Wine and Beer Grade Cartridges
Pleated Polyethersulfone (PES) Membrane for Critical Filtration in Beverage Applications
Protect your beverage from spoilage. ZTEC WB Cartridge Filters utilize a special Polyethersulfone Membrane to provide consistent removal of spoilage organisms and inorganic particulate. The product offers excellent retention efficiency and extended on-stream life making it an idea filter for the clarification of beer, wine, and bottled water. PES Membranes are available with 0.2, 0.45, and 0.65 Micron pore sizes, and is designed to meet and surpass the filtration criteria necessary to maintain product quality and characteristics. Produced in an ISO Class 7 Cleanroom, the cartridges are integrity tested during production to assure performance and consistency.
Manufactured in an ISO Class 7 Cleanroom Environment
100% Flushed with Ultrapure DI Water and Integrity Tested
Low adsorption of Protein, Color, and Flavor Components
Steamable/sanatizable for cleaning and reuse
High Log reduction values for spoilage organisms
PES Membrane provides high capacity contaminant loading
Complete qualification guide available
Quick Wet treatment available
Media -- Asymmetric Polyethersulfone Membrane
Inner Core, End Caps, Cage -- Polypropylene
Support Layers -- Spunbond Polypropylene
Gaskets/O-Rings -- Buna-N, EPDM, Silicone, Teflon Encapsulated Viton (O-Rings Only), and Viton
Micron Ratings -- 0.2, 0.45, 0.65
Nominal Lengths -- 9.75" (24.8 cm), 10" (25.4 cm), 20" (50.8 cm), 30" (76.2 cm), 40" (101.6 cm)
Outside Diameter -- 2.7" (6.9" cm)
Inside Diameter -- 1.0" (2.54 cm)
Surface Area -- 7.6 ft² (0.7 m²) per 10" Element
Maximum Sustained Operating Temperature -- 176°F at 20 PSID (80°C at 1.38 bar)
Maximum Differential Pressure -- 80 PSID @ 70°F (4.14 bar at 21°C) / 40 PSID at 160°F (2.8 bar at 71°C)
Maximum Reverse Differential Pressure -- 40 PSID at 70°F (2.8 bar at 21°C)
Recommended Changeout Pressure -- 35 PSID (2.4 bar)
USP Class VI: Meets USP Class VI Biological Test for Plastics
FDA Listed Materials: All Materials comply with FDA Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations Sections 174.5, 177.1520, and 177.2440 as applicable for food and beverage contact.
European Directive for Food Contact: European Regulation No. 1935/2004 and European Regulation 10/2011: Tested for migration behavior and is suitable for contact with all kinds of foodstuffs with minimal rinse-up. Data available upon request.
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