Filtration

Equipment

Best-in-class filtration equipment solutions from the industry’s leading manufacturers.

Scott Labs is proud to partner with the wine industry’s leading suppliers and manufacturers of filtration equipment. Our portfolio ranges from plate & frame filters, to lenticular and cartridge housings, depth filters, Crossflows, and everything in-between. We can help you find the right filtration system for your needs, large or small.

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Lenticular Filtration

Lenticular Housing

Lenticular filtration technology (SupraDISC II & Suprapak) is a solid depth filtration choice in place of sheet filtration and other depth filters on the market today. Some of the advantages include a more sustainable, efficient and effective method of filtering wine, beer, cider, seltzer and more. It ultimately lowers CapEx costs by saving time for setup and teardown and keeping product loss to a minimum. It is also a valuable tool in adjusting filterability in-line with cartridge filters before or during packaging.

Key Advantages of Lenticular Filtration

  • Time and money saved on manual labor and operating expenses
  • Less product loss during the filtration process
  • Lessen the footprint in your cellar with the ability to heat sanitize, store, regenerate and reuse media
  • Filter wine and other beverages in a closed system with low chance of oxygen pickup

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Cartridge Filtration

Cartridge Housing

Cartridge filtration is primarily used for final microorganism exclusion before packaging. Cartridges do not have a particularly high dirt holding capacity and therefore they’re not recommended as the main depth filter for batches over 100 gallons. Cartridge filters are made of high precision media which excludes yeast and bacteria after the wine has been filtered to a bottle-ready point.

Key Advantages of Cartridge Filtration

  • Mainly used as final filter combination (pre and final setup) during packaging to exclude microorganisms
  • Single-round to multiple-round housings available, allow for growth and highest flow rates to match bottling line speed
  • Cartridges can withstand many heat sanitation cycles as well as high differential pressure conditions
  • Many media types are available depending on your product and prefiltration in the cellar

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Crossflow Filtration

Pall Oenoflow High Solids Crossflow

Crossflow Filtration, unlike traditional depth filtration, is a membrane-based technology, using low pressure and tangential flow to remove suspended solids and to clarify wine, cider and other beverages. As a one-step membrane-based filtration process, it has become a cost saving alternative to the traditional filtration techniques.

Key Advantages of Crossflow Filtration

  • Eliminates the use and disposal of filter aids
  • Automation reduces labor and production cost
  • Reduces wine loss and enhances wine quality
  • Low water and energy consumption
  • Low turbidity, guaranteed below (<1 NTU)
  • Filtered juice or wine is perfectly brilliant and clean (<1 NTU)

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Pall Oenoflow High Solids Crossflow

High Solids Crossflow Filtration

High Solids crossflow filtration uses a type of Crossflow filter, with specific membranes that can handle high solids, such as post-fermentation lees, juice, wine and cider lees. This specific one-step, gentle filtration process is aimed at replacing traditional rotary drum vacuum and sheet filtration.

Key Advantages of High Solids Filtration

  • Eliminates the use and disposal of filter aids
  • Final product concentrate – 80% to 90%
  • Filtered juice or wine is perfectly brilliant and clean (<1 NTU)
  • Recuperates juice, wine or cider at higher quality compared to traditional filtration methods
  • Minimal oxygen pick-up


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