Food Grade Filters

Food Grade Filters

Food Grade Filters OEM Manufacturer


Designed with food-grade materials, HENGKO filters guarantee the utmost

safety and purity in your production line, meeting stringent industry regulations

and standards. Whether it's for filtering liquids, gases, or solids, these filters

deliver exceptional performance, maintaining the integrity and hygiene of

your food products. 


316L Stainless Steel Food Grade Filters OEM Service


The porous structure of the 316L stainless steel filters provides efficient filtration,

removing impurities and contaminants while preserving the essential properties

of your ingredients. With HENGKO OEM filters, you can trust in consistently

high-quality output, free from unwanted particles or residues. 


Looking to customize special filters for your food filtration system?

Whether you need to remove solids from liquids like fruit juices, beer, wine,

and vinegar, separate whey from cheese curd, or eliminate sediment from coffee,

HENGKO has you covered.


Contact us now to OEM Special Food Grade Filters! You can email us by email or simply click the button below to send us an inquiry.

We guarantee a prompt response within 48 hours.

Feel free to share your design diagram with us - we welcome your input!


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What Factors You Should Consider When Choose filter for food filtration System ? 

Choosing the right filter for your food filtration system requires careful consideration of several factors to ensure optimal performance and product quality. Here are some key aspects to keep in mind:


1. Contaminants to be Removed:

* Particle Size and Type: Identify the size and type of particles you want to remove from the food product. This could be sediment, haze, microbes, or even specific molecules. Depth filters excel at capturing various sized particles, while membranes offer a more precise separation based on pore size. Screen filters target larger debris.

* Chemical Compatibility: Ensure the filter material is compatible with the food product and won't leach chemicals or alter the taste. Stainless steel is a common choice for its durability and resistance to corrosion from various food products.

2. Food Product Characteristics:

* Viscosity: The viscosity of the liquid being filtered significantly impacts filter selection. Pressure filters work well for viscous liquids, while vacuum filters are better suited for low viscosity products.

* Flow Rate Requirements: Consider the desired processing speed and choose a filter with a sufficient flow rate capacity to meet your production needs.


3. System Considerations:

* Operating Pressure and Temperature: The filter needs to withstand the pressure used in your system and operate effectively at the processing temperature of the food product.

* Cleaning and Maintenance: Regular cleaning and maintenance are crucial for filter performance. Choose a filter that allows for easy cleaning and consider factors like backwashing capabilities or disposable cartridge options.

4. Economic Factors:

* Initial Investment: There's a range of costs associated with different filter types. Consider the upfront cost of the filter itself and housing, if applicable.

* Operational Costs: Evaluate ongoing costs like filter replacement frequency, cleaning requirements, and energy consumption.

5. Regulatory Compliance:

* Food Safety Regulations: Ensure the chosen filter material and design meet food safety regulations and standards set by relevant authorities.

By carefully considering these factors, you can select a food filtration system that effectively removes targeted contaminants, maintains product quality, and aligns with your specific processing needs. Consulting with a filtration specialist can be valuable to get expert recommendations based on your unique application.




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