Brine Filter Ensures Control and Repeatability for High-quality Marinated Products

Enhances flavor, extends shelf life of food products

Gea Brine Filtration System

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Used with products such as ham, poultry, and bacon, the GEA filtration system employs gravitational force, allowing brine to run down from the top of the filter deck, avoiding protein activation, which can clog injection needles. The filter deck can be cleaned or exchanged while the system is running. The brine filtration system has a filter element that does not rotate or require scraper action to remove filtrate from its surface. The system comes with either 2-mm or 3- to 4-mm needles.


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