Our hermetic clarifiers remove residual yeast and other non-soluble solids quickly and efficiently without impacting the flavor and aroma of the beer,Learn More
All performance-critical components including machining of the bowls and parts that define separation efficiency, quality and safety are manufactured at Seital’s facility in Santorso, Italy according to internal fabrication standards often exceeding those laid down by code.Learn More
Serving the dairy, beverage and industrial sectors, SPX FLOW’s highly esteemed Seital Separation brand specializes in leading-edge separation and clarification technology.
Through our consummate knowledge of fluid dynamics, we have been able to develop and manufacture advanced centrifugal separating equipment and cost-effective rotary strainers. Simple to install and long-lasting, this equipment allows the removal of suspended solids from liquids, separation of liquids with different specific gravities, recovery of valuable solids from liquid suspensions and de-watering of suspensions to increase concentration levels. Among the key applications are skimming milk/cream, clarifying beer/wine, plus the processing of chemicals (solvent clarification, biomass concentration, among many others), engineering fluids (e.g. lubricant purification) and pharmaceutical products (such as antibiotic recovery).
Our engineers can advise customers on maximizing the effectiveness of their operations, as well as troubleshooting potential production challenges. The services offered encompass detailed reviews of existing equipment followed by proposed upgrade plans, all the way up to the testing and analysis of entire processes to pinpoint where significant improvements could be made. Through pilot plant installations, we are also able to assist customers with initial evaluation of processing systems before scaling up.
Certified training in service and trouble shooting.
Requirements for installation, Commissioning of the equipment and electrical/signal exchange check, Manual reading, troubleshooting, maintenance step explanation and Start-up of the equipment, Mechanical maintenance, Bowl maintenance (Specific for centrifuges)
Registration Deadline: October 10, 2020