Industrial Water Filtration for the Food & Beverage

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Industrial Water Filtration: Learn the Parameters to Specify When Designing Food & Beverage Water Filtration Systems.

Industrial Water Filtration: Learn the Parameters to Specify When Designing Food & Beverage Water Filtration Systems.

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  • 1. Solutions for The Food and Beverage Industry Evaluating Your Water Filtration Options www.LayneWater.com 1
  • 2. Water Filtration Systems for Food and Beverage  Food and Beverage water filtration applications  Pre-treatment of well, surface or city water  Boiler water treatment  Cooling water  Condensate treatment  Processing lines  Cleaning and sterilization service water  Hygiene services www.LayneWater.com 2
  • 3. Water Filtration for Food and Beverage  Parameters to consider when specifying water filtration technologies:  Process inlet water quality  Desired process outlet quality  Flow rates  Foot print  Capital cost  Operating cost www.LayneWater.com 3
  • 4. Water Filtration for Food and Beverage  Water filtration technologies  Granular  Membrane www.LayneWater.com 4
  • 5. Water Filtration for Food and Beverage  Granular water filtration technologies  Sand  Anthracite  Garnet  Activated carbon www.LayneWater.com 5
  • 6. Water Filtration for Food and Beverage  Membrane water filtration technologies  Microfiltration  Ultrafiltration  Nanofiltration  Reverse Osmosis www.LayneWater.com 6
  • 7. Water Filtration Efficiencies Compared Figure 1: Relationship between particle size distribution of common substances and preferred filtration mechanisms 1000 Granular Sand Activated Granular 100 Carbon Filtration Human Particle Size, Microns 10 Coal Dust Hair Bacteria 1.0 Latex & Micro- Emulsions Filtration Asbestos 0.1 Ultra- Filtration Colloidal Silica 0.01 Nano- Filtration 0.001 Sugar Reverse Aqueous Salts Osmosis Metal Ions 0.0001 0 Preferred Filtration Mechanism and Particle Size Distribution 7 www.LayneWater.com
  • 8. How Dead End Filtration Works www.LayneWater.com 8
  • 9. How Cross Flow Filtration Works www.LayneWater.com 9
  • 10. Critical Next Step! Download and read the complete whitepaper while it is still available: UNDERSTANDING WATER FILTRATION OPTIONS IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY www.LayneWater.com 10
  • 11. Why Choose Layne for your Food and Beverage Filtration Applications? Total Water Expertise from Source to Discharge! 1. Complete filtration options – From large municipal to light industrial Layne has the technology 2. Hydrology – Layne can locate, quantify and compare all of your water source options 3. Well drilling – No water available? We can access water sources that are beyond the reach others 4. Pipeline Construction – 10 miles from a water source? Not a problem! Get the whole story here! www.LayneWater.com 11
  • 12. www.LayneWater.com 12