GERMANY – At the forefront of innovation, Krones subsidiary, Milkron has introduced its groundbreaking membrane filtration systems at the esteemed Anuga FoodTec event in Cologne, Germany.  

Designed to cater to a wide range of applications, from traditional dairy products to emerging plant-based alternatives, Milkron’s membrane filtration systems boast state-of-the-art features.  

Equipped with modules for microfiltration, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration, and reverse osmosis, these systems ensure reliable processing capabilities across various product types. 

Lars-Bo Fredsted, key account manager for Filtration at Milkron, noted the features of the technology, highlighting the use of ceramic and polymeric membranes for different filtration purposes.  

The adaptability of these systems is a standout feature, allowing for precise control over transmembrane pressure and backflushing to optimize productivity while minimizing energy and water consumption,” he said. 

“What sets Milkron apart is its utilization of ceramic, spiral-wound, and capillary membranes developed using patented technology from the Krones Group.”

He added that this ensures optimal filtration efficiency and underscores Milkron’s commitment to delivering top-notch solutions to its customers. 

In addition, he noted that Milkron’s membrane filtration systems aren’t limited to dairy products; they also cater to alternative foods such as plant-based proteins and fermentation-derived products.  

Meanwhile, by providing tailored solutions for concentrating and fractionating various substances, Milkron aims to address the evolving demands of the food industry. 

Backed by a team of experts with over 35 years of industry experience and drawing on knowledge from other subsidiaries within the Krones Group, Milkron will ensure that its solutions are at the forefront of technological advancement.  

With access to KIC Krones, a subsidiary specializing in consumables, Milkron offers comprehensive support, including a range of filter media and consumables tailored to the needs of membrane filtration systems.  

According to the company, as sustainability becomes increasingly important, the membrane filtration systems play a crucial role in purifying products and recovering wastewater streams for reuse, aligning with Krones’ sustainability targets.  

With growing inquiries from individuals and businesses seeking to concentrate on various products, Milkron is poised to lead the way in the realm of food processing technology. 

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