QuantiPerm’s water deoxygenation systems will produce deoxygenated water. Our systems significantly improve your product quality and shelf life, while reducing your beverage losses! We deliver this performance at a fraction of the cost compared to alternatives like membrane technology that require TLC or energy intensive thermal/vacuum desorption technologies.
Oxygen entrainment can be disastrous for your beverage quality, especially if you intend to package and send off premise!
For example, for beer, during fermentation, yeast will clear out oxygen. But once fermentation is finished, every air bubble, a dead leg, a hose, and a pipe fitting will dump large amounts of oxygen into the beer. And the beer picks up a lot of oxygen from ambient air during filtration, air contamination in bright tanks, and of course the fillers!
The best way to reduce oxygen levels in the post-fermentation brewery processes is to purge all lines, tanks and equipment to rid them of oxygen. However, this is easier said than done… until now!
A powerful technique is to pack all lines and equipment using deoxygenated water, prior to switching to beverage service. In this approach, the beverage is never exposed to a high oxygen environment. This approach not only improves product quality significantly, but also reduces beverage loss.
Don’t let uncontrolled DO/TPO (total package oxygen) levels threaten the quality of your product that you worked so hard to produce!
“We have QuantiPerm’s xFlow systems for both carbonation and deoxygenation applications. They work beautifully and proved to be a very robust solution for our beverage business. The folks at QuantiPerm are super friendly and always eager to help, and technically extremely competent
Matt Sebastionelli: Craftpack Bev.
“We are very happy with the H2Odeox deoxygenation unit we bought from Quantiperm. It was easy to install, it’s easy to use, and it performs well. It delivers water under 30 PPB minutes after startup and doesn’t take up much space, which is important to us. A low flowrate of CO2 across a high surface area membrane, contained inside a couple of compact canisters, draws O2 out of the water in a surprisingly efficient manner.
Benjamin Schottle: Phillips Brewing Co.