Filtration in Food & Beverage Processing

Optimizing filter performance throughout your operation to produce high quality products that support your brand.

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Wine making is as much an art as a science. Our experience and wide range of products increase precision in wine filtering to help achieve the desired aesthetics and microbial stability. Multiple media/device options provide solutions to fit the unique characteristics of each wine.

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Brewing is a controlled natural process that creates substances both necessary and unwanted. Proper filtration removes damaging particles and organisms. From primary through trap, fine and final, our filters help you achieve the unique characteristics of your brew.


Bottled Water

Precision filtration is critical to the safe production of spring water, purified water, mineral water and distilled water. Multiple media/device options allow customization of your filters to achieve the unique content and desired characteristic of the water.

Soft Drinks

Filtering ingredients for particle removal, bacteria control, water treatment and product sterilizing is the role of our high performance filters in protecting soft drink product quality and safety. We offer a wide range of media and devices to fit your unique operations.


Clear Juices

Filters are critical to extending shelf life and preserving flavor. Juices are protected by removing sediment and spoilage organisms, keeping contaminants out of storage tanks and filtering process gases. Our comprehensive product line allows you to customize filtration solutions for each juice product.

Don't go it alone. Our technical experts can help you find a solution among so many choices and variables.

When filtration performance isn't meeting expectations, or you're developing a new process and a fresh perspective is needed, you can count on us to help troubleshoot and configure the best-fit solution for your operation.


Purchasing New Filters

With so many options to choose from, our experts provide advice that will help you "get it right the first time". Let's Talk


Working on a Filtration Challenge

Need a quick answer? With our complimentary service we will evaluate your issue and respond promptly. Send us your challenge.


In Need of Technical Services

Our technical services team can provide testing, analysis and validation services, as well as on-site support. Learn more.

Devices Designed to Meet the Needs of Food & Beverage Processing

Disc filters for lab work, mini-capsule filters for bench scale, standard capsules for pilot production through single-use, and cartridges for dedicated systems -- all are made using the same polymers and media for consistent performance.


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Quality Assurance and Standards

Critical Process Filtration filters are designed for use in cGMP compliant processes. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and quality-management system both meet ISO 9001:2015 standards. Each operation from assembly and test to cleaning, drying, and packaging is done in appropriately rated clean rooms, and each filter is assigned a lot code to ensure the traceability of manufacturing data and materials. A sophisticated MRP system collects and processes real-time data from manufacturing centers and inspection points. 

FDA and EC Compliance

All Critical Process Filtration cartridge filters are designed to meet the FDA requirements for processing food and beverage products.   The materials used to construct food & beverage grade filters are listed by the FDA as appropriate for use in articles intended for repeated food contact as specified in Title 21 CFR sections 174.5, 177.1500, 177.1520, 177.1630, 177.2440 and 177.2600 as appropriate.  Food & Beverage grade filters comply with Title 21 CFR sections 210.3 (b)(6) and 211.72, for non-fiber releasing filters.  All materials used to make the filters are listed in European Commission Regulation EU/10/2011, Annex 1.