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Exceptionally High Efficiency Separation and Clarification for Food and Beverage Production

Exceptionally High Efficiency Separation and Clarification for Food and Beverage Production
September 23
14:44 2015

Through its Seital brand, SPX has in-depth knowledge and experience in the separation and clarification of food and beverage products. From juices, wines and teas to milk skimming, whey processing, bacteria clarification and oil refining, its technology delivers results of exceptional quality with high efficiency and assured hygienic performance.

CHICAGO, USA, Sept, 2015  SPX is well known in the food and beverage industry for its reliable, innovative technology that delivers clear customer benefits. Its Seital Separation Technology vertical disk stack centrifuges provide high quality separation and clarification in compact solutions that offer excellent performance with a low total cost of ownership.

Seital centrifuge technology has been developed based on detailed analysis of flow dynamics along with a clear understanding of applications and challenges within the food and beverage industry. When designing a solution, all aspects of the system are considered including vibration, aerodynamics of the centrifuge bowl, noise levels, energy usage, reliability and maintenance to ensure reliable, efficient operation of the machine.

Seital vertical disk centrifuges offer exceptionally gentle separation or clarification processes which minimise the stress on the product being produced, preserving favourable characteristics and ensuring consistent, reliable production. With the understanding of flow dynamics, the machines are designed to offer optimum efficiency for a given application. For areas such as the clarification of tea or wine, this efficiency results in the exceptional clarity required for a high quality end product. Quality is further enhanced with hermetic mechanical seals which minimise the risk of oxidation and make the centrifuge ideal for sparkling products which use carbon dioxide, such as wine or beer.

Hygiene is assured as all wetted parts on the centrifuges are made from stainless steel with no crevices for easy, complete cleaning and automatic clean in place (CIP) functionality available. Machines are further designed for straightforward maintenance and, with a compact form, easy installation into existing facilities.

Precise control and adjustment of the machine is provided through an intuitive operator interface to ensure the process is providing exactly the right product characteristics.

A continuous research and development program ensures Seital offers state of the art technology with an ongoing commitment to developing and improving process performance and efficiency. Economical customised design services, optimised efficiency and exceptional performance make the vertical disk stack centrifuge an ideal solution across all liquid/liquid/solid separation and clarification processes. Expert service and remote monitoring from Seital experts further maximise process uptime and plant productivity. Even in the most challenging of applications, Seital engineering gets the best separation from a process with designs that minimise installation and ongoing maintenance costs while optimising production.

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