Centrifuge, Alfa Laval Brew 80 Plus Separation System

Price: $105,000

Purchased this year for 120k, like new condition. No longer needed. https://www.alfalaval.com/globalassets/documents/products/separation/centrifugal-separators/separators/brew-series/brew-80plus-product-leaflet.pdf Centrifuge The Alfa Laval Brew 80 Plus is selected based on the following: Purpose of Separation The purpose of this application is to remove the yeast, hop sediment and other suspended solid. By removing the yeast, the following can be obtained: 1. Reduced losses of dry-hopped beers (process and recipe dependant) 2. Pre-Clarification of beer prior to filtration for reduced filtrations costs (media reduction, extended run time and reduced man hours per hl) 3. Clarification or Polishing of beer for near bright styles (inlet solids dependant). Expected Performance At a flowrate of 30 hl/h, the Brew 80 Plus can process beer with inlet yeast concentration of 40 million cells per ml or equivalent concentration of yeast and dry hops 1% v/v homogeneous feed, and provide outlet conditions as follows; Remaining yeast concentration in the beer < 0.5 million cells per ml Discharged yeast to have a dryness of approximately 20% DS. With Hydro-hermtic design, Oxygen pick-up < 20 ppb The exact figures that can be reached depend on the process itself and the compactability of the yeast. The flow range would be between 10 – 50 hl/h depending on the inlet solids load. www.alfalaval.us/products/separation/centrifugal-separators/separators/brew-series/ Page 4 of 13 Alfa Laval Brew 80 Plus Separation System Proposal 3. General Product Description This quotation includes a skid-mounted Alfa Laval Brew 80 Plus separation system configured as “plug & play”. The heart of the system is the disc- stack separator with an axial hermetic outlet offering low oxygen pick-up, gentle product treatment and high separation performance • High separation efficency • Minimized oxygen pick-up • Gentle product treatment The feed enters and leaves the separator bowl from the top, via the inlet pipe. Separation takes place between the bowl discs where the liquid phase moves towards the centre of the bowl and the solids move towards the periphery. Separated liquid leaves the bowl through the outlet in the top of the separator. The bowl is sealed from the outside by the axial-hermetic seal, which prevents oxygen pick-up and loss of aromas and CO2 from the product. The solids collected in the periphery of the bowl are discharged via the discharge ports when the sliding bowl bottom moves downwards. Discharged solids leave the separator via the sludge cyclone. The separation system includes pre-assembled valves and components fitted on the stainless-steel skid and is operated from the user-friendly control panel mounted on the skid. The picture may differ slightly from the actual design. Typical bowl drawing for a solids-ejecting separator. The details may not necessarily correspond to the separator described. 1. Inlet 2. Distributor 3. Disc stack 4. Paring disc 5. Axial hermetic seal 6. Liquid outlet 7. Sliding bowl bottom 8. Solids ports 9. Solids outlet from cyclone  

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