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Wedge Wire Screen Provides Safe Screening Solutions for Food factories

Fine screening and filtration are crucial in the food processing industry. Wedge wire screens are used in sugar mills, beverage factories, dairy factories, and other food processing plants, providing diverse solutions for pressure and pressureless filtration. Food safety and quality are key in food processing. We supply efficient, hygienic wedge wire screens to provide filtration support for processes such as rinsing, washing, dewatering, drying, and sorting in food processing.

  • Brewing wort separation. In the brewing industry, wedge wire screens are used are used for filtration and saccharification to separate liquid wort from spent grains. They help maintain clarity and quality of the wort.
  • Fruit and vegetable processing. In fruit and vegetable processing facilities, wedge wire screens are used to separate pulp from juice, remove seeds and peels, and sieve out solid particles to ensure the production of clear, pure juice.
  • Particle sieving. Wedge wire screens are used as sieves in flour mills and sugar mills to sort and separate particles of different sizes.
  • Filtration in breweries and distilleries. In breweries and distilleries, wedge wire screens are used to filter and clarify beer, spirits, and other alcoholic beverages. They help remove yeast, sediments, and impurities to improve product transparency and taste.
  • Cheese and dairy processing. In the dairy industry, wedge wire screens are used in processes such as cured cheese draining, whey separation and milk clarification. These screens help to separate solids from liquids and enhance the quality of dairy products.
  • Sugar processing. Wedge wire screens are used for filtering syrups and separating sugar crystals from mother liquor in centrifuges.
  • Bottling and packaging. In bottling and packaging production lines, wedge wire screens are used to filter liquids before they are filled into containers. This helps remove any residual impurities that may affect the shelf life of the products.