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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.


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.