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Heat and Control introduces Micron-Pro, sub-micron frying oil filtration

 fines from heat and control micron pro filtration

Fines removed with Heat and Control's Micron-Pro oil filtration system.

May 22, 2013
Heat and Control has introduced Micron-ProTM, a new frying oil filtration system capable of removing sub-micron particles from hot cooking oil.

Using no additives, paper, or consumable filter media, Micron-Pro can filter particles down to sub-micron size at rates up to 125 gallons/minute (~8 litre/s) of hot oil. Fines are quickly removed from the oil and filter to minimize burning and free fatty acid formation. Up to 98% of the oil can be recovered from filtered particles, depending on debris type.

Update:

This product is no longer available from Heat and Control.
Contact Filtration Automation at www.micronpro.com.
Fines are automatically discharged from the filter with no operator intervention. Low-pressure operation assures safety. Priced lower than competitive filters, Micron-Pro has minimal moving parts and requires no costly centrifuge, bellows, or conveyorized screens.

Fines removed by the Micron-Pro filter appear dry because most of the oil is recovered during the filtration process

Designed by Filtration Automation, Micron-Pro filters are manufactured, sold, and serviced worldwide by Heat and Control.

The Micron-ProTM cooking oil filter has paid for itself in oil savings within the first year at plants producing potato chips, batter-breaded foods, and other products.
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Filtration Automation, Inc is a manufacturer of industrial filtration systems for potato and corn chip fryers.