Stripping: The concentration of residual oxygen can still be corrected at the end of the production process by blowing nitrogen through special channels.
Filtration: A nitrogen-saturated environment maintains the integrity of the product in all the various wine filtering technologies.
Pumping under pressure: Nitrogen-based pneumatic systems are preferable to mechanical pumps because they reduce the mechanical stress placed on the product and limit potential contact with the surrounding air.
Bottling: Bottling and tank saturation are the two processes in which nitrogen is traditionally used the most. The various stages include:
Blowing: Drying the bottles in nitrogen after washing also removes any residual impurities.
Saturation of the bottling machine: Nitrogen stops the wine from being contaminated with oxygen in the head of the machine during automatic filling.
Filling: Modern-day bottling companies make extensive use of nitrogen to minimize the amount of residual oxygen in the bottles.
Injection during corking/capping: Pressurized nitrogen preserves the characteristics of the finished product through the storage period.
Powered by a compressor, a nitrogen generator is capable of separating the main components of
air, concentrating nitrogen to very high percentages of purity. Pneumatech offers two different technologies for on-site nitrogen generation in order to satisfy different usage requirements.
At long last, you will be able to use nitrogen in your production processes with maximum freedom — at a reasonable cost and without logistical constraints. Differentiate your production by achieving excellence.
Pneumatech makes it possible for you to produce all the nitrogen you need for your production processes in-house. There are numerous benefits: