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  1. I wanted to know if this proposed set up would make the product very smooth?
  2. is this an over kill as a start up? Also what is meant by polishing?
  3. please send a one to tommy@pure.co.zw
  4. Thank you They have been very helpful. I will be purchasing the above
  5. Stage 1-Carbon Filtration : Sized at 250 LMH Supradisc Housing : WSFZ162F31UT5J - WSFZ Standard Accessory Kit : GFB0157 Carbon Module : PN 7007965 ; AKS 4 300XAK4C419SP - https://food-beverage.pall.com/en/spirits/activated-carbon-treatment.html Stage 2- Blended Product : Sized at 500 LMH Suprak S Housing : SPSA100TVA – S housing - data sheet attached Modules : PN 5303133/S SUPRAPAK SH 5900 SW ( option will be to move to lower pore size) - https://food-beverage.pall.com/en/spirits/chill-haze-removal-stabilization.html Stage 3-Guard Filtration: Sized at 20 L/min per 10 inch Housing : FBVHP013DN25-DR – data sheet attached Standard Accessory kit : GFB0157 Cartridge : B11825 PREcart PP II 499A150W073SP 5 micron absolute - https://food-beverage.pall.com/en/spirits/activated-carbon-removal.html
  6. DO any of you use the following: Stage 1-Carbon Filtration : Sized at 250 LMH Supradisc Housing : WSFZ162F31UT5J - WSFZ Standard Accessory Kit : GFB0157 Carbon Module : PN 7007965 ; AKS 4 300XAK4C419SP - https://food-beverage.pall.com/en/spirits/activated-carbon-treatment.html Stage 2- Blended Product : Sized at 500 LMH Suprak S Housing : SPSA100TVA – S housing - data sheet attached Modules : PN 5303133/S SUPRAPAK SH 5900 SW ( Pauline may you kindly confirm if this is still available on SAP, option will be to move to lower pore size) - https://food-beverage.pall.com/en/spirits/chill-haze-removal-stabilization.html
  7. its liquid form, any flavor house will have it. PM me and will point you in the direction
  8. Thanks. Your Cape spirit in SA is definitely superior to what we get in Zimbabwe. I have engaged with PALL for a carbon solution called SUPRAdisk that looks rather promising. Will keep you updated
  9. Thanks for all the help. I have got hold of PALL here, and they have a carbon filtration system that it looks like we will trial. I will give you all feedback
  10. thanks, I have done so, doing the trial version
  11. I understand the 2% part, hhoowver what ratios of sugar to water + citric do you use to make the sugar syrup?
  12. Question- Would it make financial sense to distill the Ethanol? or just try to find a solution to filter it correctly?
  13. Thank you, I am learning this. Smirnoff in Zimbabwe , uses imported Cane spirit from sa and a little local cane, this is due to your cane being better.
  14. Thank you for your input. Cane based ethanol has a very distinct and harsh finish when you dilute it straight away. This is what we call cane- Mainstain. So we need douse the same cane base spirit and make it vodka. By law we have to filter this for it to be called vodka. We have Smirnoff bottled under licence here in Zimbabwe using cane based spirit, I am told they filter this in pressurized column to try get it a smooth as possible. We don't have the capital outlay right now to be able to do that, so we are looking at advise to see how we can get get tot he same finished product "vodka"
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