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I'm trying to filter about 1200 Liters of wine per hour. I'm trying to pick a filtration system and tech that would work best. Thoughts?


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Greg Heyes from Heyes Filters Inc.

We would recommend using a Lenticular filter. But many are comfortable with plate filters and these have been used for a long time in brewing.

Jan 18, 2017

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Maria Unknown from Scott Laboratories

There are different types of depth filtration available out there. Liters or gallons per hour helps but what is your smallest and largest batch sizes? I definitely recommend looking into lenticular filtration. 

Apr 22, 2014

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Kinnek Knowledge Team

For 1200 L per hour filtering capacity, a multiple plate filter will probably work best.  You can add or subtract plate filters as needed to suit your production needs.  A multiple plate system is the most versatile system for a winemaker with your production needs, and you will not have to overpay for excess production as you can purchase a system with fewer plates to begin with.

Apr 20, 2014

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