Beverage Industry Microfiltration
March 2009, Wiley-Blackwell
2 Cartridge Filters.
3 Sheet and Lenticular Filters.
4 Bag Filters.
5 Crossflow (Tangential Flow Filtration) Systems.
6 Filtration System Selection and Design.
7 General Industry Filtration Processes.
8 Wine Industry.
9 Beer Industry.
10 Bottled Water Industry.
11 Spirits Industries.
12 Dairy Industry.
13 Soft and Sports Drinks Industries.
14 Juice Industry.
15 Flavor, Neutraceutical, and Niche Applications.
- Detailed background and principles of beverage microfiltration (e.g., engineering, fluid flow, contaminants)
- In-depth coverage of the different microfiltration formats (e.g., materials, operating, maintenance, cleaning and sanitation)
- Information regarding the sizing and design of equipment
- Specific examples and applications for each beverage industry
"This book is a comprehensive guide and learning tool with regard to micro-filtration in the beverage industry." (Food and Beverage Reporter , July 2009)
"This book is a one-stop source for quality information on beverage microfiltration and will be a valuable tool for all brewers working in large or small breweries and brewpubs … .I highly recommend a look at this book." (Brewer & Distiller, March 2009)
"Whether used as a primer for water treatment professionals, specifying engineers or beverage plant managers applying microfiltration — or simply as a refresher course — Starbard's book will likely prove to be a useful reference and office/professional bookshelf addition." (Water Technology, January 2009)
"A comprehensive treatment of all aspects of microfiltration specifically written for the beverage industry. This book is a one-stop source for quality information on beverage microfiltration and will be a valuable tool for all brewers working in large or small breweries and brewpubs. The book will be valuable as a reference, but it should also be on every brewer's must-read list. I found the author's knowledge of all aspects of beverage filtration to be first–rate … .It also has an excellent glossary and a full and accurate index. I highly recommend a look at this book." (Master Brewers Association of Americas, December 2008)