Wine Filtration Applications

  • Clarifying Wine Filtration

    Pall's filtration systems are a reliable and economical solution to clarifying processes previously requiring filter aids and/or centrifuges. Learn more...
  • Combined Clarification and Protein Stabilization

    Protein stabilization and clarification are two critical steps to satisfying consumer expectations for a bright wine. Learn more...
  • Wine Lees Filtration

    Recovery of wine from lees represents one of the most challenging forms of filtration faced by wineries. Learn more...
  • Polish Wine Filtration

    The purpose of polish filtration is to prepare the wine for bottling filtration. Learn more...
  • Trap Filtration

    The primary purpose of trap filtration is to remove particles from clarified wine in the case of a process upset or accident during upstream processing. Learn more...
  • Pre-filtration Prior to Wine Bottling

    The fundamental purpose of pre-filtration is to limit the cost of final filtration by minimizing the contaminants that would reduce the working life of the final filter. Learn more...
  • Final Filtration Prior to Wine Bottling

    Microbial stabilization or final filtration before bottling removes microorganisms that can cause spoilage. Learn more... 
  • Integrity Testing

    Filter integrity testing is a fast and accurate method to assess the removal efficiency of a given filter in situ. Learn more...
  • Utility Filtration for the Wine Industry

    Filtration technologies for tank venting, air, steam, and water. Learn more...
  Wine Filtration Overview

Wine Filtration Applications
Clarifying Wine Filtration
Combined Clarification and Protein Stabilization
Lees Wine Filtration
Polish Wine Filtration
Trap Filtration for Wine Filtration
Pre-Filtration Prior to Wine Bottling
Final Filtration Prior to Wine Bottling
Integrity Testing in Wine Production
Utility Filtration for the Wine Industry

Wine Filtration Products