Distilled Spirits Applications

  • Activated Carbon Removal

    Many distillers will add activated carbon or use columns packed with activated carbon for adjustment of off-color, odor and taste, post-distillation. Read more...
  • Activated Carbon Treatment

    For color, odor, or taste corrections after distillation, dilution and blending, Pall offers filter sheets and lenticular modules impregnated with activated carbon.  Read more...
  • Barrel Char Removal

    When spirits are matured in oak barrels or casks, barrel char removal is the first important filtration step after maturation.  Read more...
  • Chill Haze Removal

    Distilled spirits, especially brown spirits, contain substances like fusel oils, proteins, terpenes, essential oils, polysaccharides, and pectin, as well as fatty acids and their esters that cause turbidity when the distillates are chilled. Read more...
  • Guard Filtration

    To ensure a clear and bright product, guard filtration is the last filtration or final product protection step prior to bottling. Read more...
  • Particle Removal

    After distillation, spirits can contain particles including crystals or precipitates from blending; abrasion particles from machinery or upstream equipment; iron and copper compounds; activated carbon particles; and cell residues of plant extracts. Read more...
 


White and Brown Spirits