|Spirits filtration presents many challenging tasks in beverage filtration. Simply put, the filtered final product must be free from visible particles and have a clear and bright appearance.
Spirits are delicate beverages. The conditions for quality-influencing and turbidity-causing components are dependent on factors including raw materials, alcohol concentration, water quality, and temperature. It is essential to remove as specifically as possible only those substances or constituents which may cause turbidity. All quality-enhancing substances must remain in the spirit. Maintaining this balance underlies the difficult nature of filtering spirits.
For many spirits applications, Pall's technology and expertise can help distillers maximize their processes and yields while still enjoying favorable overall production costs.
- Neutral White Spirits (Vodka)
- Other White Spirits (Gin, Genever, Rum, Tequila, Williams, Shochu and other fruit distillates)
- Brown Spirits (Whisky, Brandy [Cognac, Armagnac, Pisco, Aguardiente, other grape brandies], Rum and Tequila (barrel matured), Herb and Bitter Liquors
- Alcopops/RTDs (Ready to drink)