Several reasons. The first, crossflow will give you better quality. The second, your increased gain in efficiency will mean that using our services will increase your wineries profit. You will gain at least 1 - 1.5% yield, so for a 30,000 liter winery that means 30 plus more cases of wine to sell. The third,
Crossflow is one grade only. There is a both a technical and practical reason for this. Technically, coarser membranes don’t work as well in a crossflow configuration. Practically, exchanging membranes is time consuming and the membranes are very expensive, so this adds significantly to cost.
Wine filtration is variable, as some wines filter much easier than others. In general, our smallest system will do about 8,000 - 10,000 liters per day, and our largest system about 25,000 - 30,000 liters per day.
In order to calculate the estimated time to complete the job, we need to know the following: Volume of each category of wine: fruit, ice, red, rose, and white wine. Number of different lots. Condition of the wine: stop fermentation, un-racked, racked, previously filtered. We also take in account different aspects of the winery such
One of the main selling points of Crossflow is the efficiency of the system and its ability to handle higher turbidities and produce bottle ready wines in a single pass. Wines do not need to be pre-filtered. If wines are un-racked, we normally start filtration off the racking valve, and then complete the filtration from