GEA’s water-saving membrane system for non-alcoholic beer

ร้านซ่อมเครื่องวัดความดันโลหิต reduces the water consumption for diafiltration throughout dealcoholization by up to 100%. The alcoholic base produced as a by-product of the filtration process can be utilized for manufacturing other beverages in the brewery, similar to exhausting seltzer.
GEA AromaPlus uses a filtration expertise with particular polymer membranes to separate alcohol and water from the other elements by the use of reverse osmosis; these ingredients are crucial for the aroma, colour and turbidity of the final product. Adding the model new PRO technology to the water-saving CO2 blow-out function and the selective membrane which is already implemented within the AromaPlus unit design, GEA saves more than two thirds and up to 100% of the recent water used for diafiltration.
เกจแรงดันสูง combines the development in the path of 0.0% beer with the goal of reducing water in production,” says Ralf Scheibner, filtration professional at GEA, underneath whose management the GEA AromaPlus has been additional developed. “In reality, a membrane process requires lots of water to flush out the alcohol. That is a matter for breweries with a restricted deoxygenized water availability. Our new PRO solution is an important step for them in the direction of contemporary water neutrality in manufacturing processes.”
The full dealcoholization system GEA AromaPlus is mounted on a frame. It contains the filtration modules and reverse osmosis membranes, pumps for media switch and system pressure build-up, the whole inner piping, a CIP dosing unit installed next to the system, and the control tools required for semi-automated operation. – Image: GEA/Mike Henning.
While breweries want less contemporary water for the diafiltration step, the permeate leaving the system may be reused as a valuable by-product. Due to its lower volume, it has the next alcohol content material and may due to this fact serve as a base for alcoholic mixed drinks and newer drinks, corresponding to onerous seltzer, or could be reused throughout the brewery itself.
“The Corona pandemic showed that breweries whose manufacturing facilities supplied the flexibleness to course of other beverages coped best with the drop in demand. GEA AromaPlus is an efficient example of how prospects can gear their vegetation toward excessive demand dynamics,” says Scheibner. Originally designed for the dealcoholization of beer right down to 0.0%, the system can be used used for other non-alcoholic beverages, such as 0.0% cider.

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