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Food & Beverage Filtration

Food processing and beverage manufacturing are complex processes with many critical filtration applications. We understand how each filtration step will interact with your product and possibly affect the character of wine, beer, juices, soft drinks, bottled water or other liquids. Whether clarifying product, removing spoilage organisms, filtering treated water,or protecting products stored in tanks, filters help you produce good tasting, safe products.

We will help you create efficient filtration processes for your operations that remove contaminants but, more importantly, let you keep the flavor and character you want in your products. Partner with us to find the filter options that cost-effectively comply with regulations, protect product quality, protect customers and protect your brand.


Winemaking is as much an art as a science, but our experience with filtering wine can make creating the final, packaged product more science than art. Our multiple filter media options and device configurations allow us to customize each blending and bottling filtration solution to fit the unique characteristics of each wine.

We will help you choose filter devices that will cost-effectively remove spoilage organisms and other flavor-killing particulates but allow flavor enhancing content and color to pass. We partner with you to find the best filter options to produce high quality, stable wine and improve your bottom line.

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Brewing is a natural process that creates a great tasting result. But, like all natural processes, it produces substances both desired and unwanted. Our decades of experience can help you keep the desired parts, and remove the unwanted parts. We can customize a filtration solution for your lager, ale, porter or stout.

With decades of experience, we consult with brewers to develop filtration systems with long life and high efficiency. We help you chose the most cost-effective filter devices from our many device and media options that will retain what you don’t want and let the full flavor and color reach your customer.

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Soft Drinks

FSoft drink production uses many filters for a range of applications. Ingredients are filtered for particle removal and bacteria control. Treatment of water as an ingredient uses multiple filters, and filters are used for container wash water. Storage tanks have filters to protect ingredients and products inside and, if process gases are used in packaging, they are also filtered. Finally, some products may be filtered just before filling to reduce or remove bacteria that might affect soft drink taste and quality.

Critical Process Filtration can help soft drink bottlers choose the filter devices to remove particles or organisms to cost-effectively protect product quality and brand image.

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Filtration is critical to extending shelf life and preserving flavor. Whether bottled or aseptically packaged, filtration is needed to prevent contamination by bacteria or particulates. In fact, final filtration of aseptically packaged juices is as critical as sterilizing filtration is in the production of pharmaceuticals. Our multiple filter media and device options allow us to customize each filtration solution for each juice product.

Critical Process Filtration will help juice producers choose the filter devices to remove particles, yeast, molds or even thermo-acidophilic bacterial spores to cost-effectively protect product quality and brand image.

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Bottled Water

For spring water, purified water, mineral water or even distilled water, filtration is critical to the safety of customers and brands. Our multiple filter media options and device configurations allow us to customize each filtration solution to the unique content of the water and the desired finished product quality.

Working with bottlers, Critical Process Filtration helps determine which filter options will cost effectively protect water quality. We have designed filters for high throughput that will not affect the chemistry or taste of the water, but will retain organisms and other contaminants that could harm customers or flavor.

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