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Final Filtration | Bacteria Reduction/Removal | Beer Filtration | Beverage Processing | How-To | Problem Solving

By: Critical Process Filtration
May 16th, 2019

The alcohol, low oxygen content, relatively low pH, hops extracts (alpha-acids) and dissolved carbon dioxide in beer inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria. That is why beer has been a safe drinking alternative for so many centuries. However, there are microorganisms that can survive and even thrive in beer and spoil the flavor and aroma of any good brew.

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Final Filtration | Bacteria Reduction/Removal | Filters in Water Treatment Systems | Pharmaceutical Water | Particle Filtration

By: Critical Process Filtration
May 16th, 2019

The goal of pharmaceutical water system operators is to produce bacteria-free water that meets or exceeds required purity standards. Water systems use several filters to protect system components and to assure that the water dispensed for use is free of bacteria and most other particle contaminants.

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Bacteria Reduction/Removal | Pharmaceutical Water | Tank Vent Filters | Particle Filtration

By: Critical Process Filtration
May 16th, 2019

Keeping Contaminants Out of Water Tanks Most of the time, the old saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” is true. Preventing an unwanted event is usually easier than doing remediation work to repair whatever damage is done if the event occurs. However, in virtually all water systems, including pharmaceutical water systems, it is safe to assume that BOTH prevention and remediation are needed to control bacteria and other contaminants.

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How-To | Reduce Operating Costs | Improve Filter Performance

By: Critical Process Filtration
May 16th, 2019

We hear this question on a regular basis, and although some may quip “buy cheaper filters”  we contend that installing the RIGHT filter is the key to doing both simultaneously.  Our experience with customers in different industries and applications has shown that those who spent the time to  assess their process and test alternative filters are the ones that succeeded in finding cost savings and process performance improvement. Since every application has its nuances and every company has their standards, in this article, we will offer a more generic and holistic view of the question;

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Problem Solving | Filter Ratings | Nominal vs Absolute Filters

By: Critical Process Filtration
May 16th, 2019

While filter ratings are an important indication of how well a filter will remove particles of varying sizes from a fluid or gas, it is important to note that nominally rated filters from different manufacturers can have the same rating, but yield different results. The opposite is also true – nominally rated filters from different suppliers can have different ratings, yet yield the same result. Naturally, this can create confusion and impact your filter buying decisions.