Bavaria expands capacity of brewing water production

Bavaria in Lieshout, one of the oldest breweries in the Netherlands, instructed Logisticon Water Treatment to expand the existing preparation of brewing water from spring water by an extra line with a capacity of 150 m³/h. Broadly speaking, the contract comprised a complete brewing water preparation plant consisting of an aeration/degassing tower, a large sand filter (for the simultaneous removal of Fe++ and Mn++) with a diameter of 5 m, with the related booster, transport and backwashing pumps. An unusual aspect of the design was special pH regulation of the aeration and degassing tower so optimum operation of the sand filter could be realised.

Because Logisticon was able to meet Bavaria’s high requirements, in addition to the contract for the removal of Fe++ and Mn++ , it was also given the contract for a wide range of modifications in the water building. These activities compromised a polishing filter with a capacity of 20 m³/h for the removal of manganese, various pumping sections, the delivery of new stainless steel connecting piping varying in diameter from DN100-DN500 between the various water storage tanks and an automatic Clean-In-Place (CIP) manifold with stainless steel piping for the two new nano-filtration units.

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