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TMCI Padovan

Intercontinental patent pending

DYNAMOS
DYNAMOS

TMCI PADOVAN SPA presents


DYNAMOS to the wine industry:
the first rotating dynamic cross
flow filter with innovative
back-pulse system, covered by
intercontinental patent.
DYNAMOS

Energy Saving High Solids Dynamic Crossflow Filtration:


from lees to the bottle !
Filter-aid free alternate to the vacuum, press-filters and conventional crossflow filters
for juice and wines lees, as well as for all liquids with high solids content
Principle used is the Dynamic Crossflow Filtration applied to rotating disks. This
avoids plugging and allows for a self cleaning process; disks are open and fully
inspectable
Innovative Back-Pulse
All tests and installations proved a high quality filtrate level: solids-free juice and
wine lees can be bottled directly as a traditional cross-flow filtration
No Red Colour reduction (Abs at 520nm)
Solids concentration up to 65%v/v
No oxygen pick-up (with limited nitrogen sparging)
Low energy requirement process
High nominal flowrates (20-25 l/m2h)
Long filtration cycles (up to 10 hours without stopping)
DYNAMOS
DYNAMOS TRENDS
DYNAMOS ADVANTAGES

Dynamic Cross-Flow-Filtration provides the maximum filter efficiency


In this process rotating discs generate a turbulent differential speed of the feed. This
effectively prevents the development of plugging layers which obstruct filtration
Extremely high cross flow velocity (high efficient cleaning of the filter surface)
In rotating filters, the shear stress and flow rate are unlinked because the shear stress is
a function of the rotating filter disk speed
Very low energy consumption (compared to conventional cross flow techniques)
Strong cross flow effect
Uniform feed pressure in the membrane
Very low transmembrane pressure,
Controlled cake layer
Minimized formation of secondary separating layers
Self-cleaning effect on the membranes
Compact modular design
Calibrated Back- Pulse
DYNAMOS FLOWSHEET

The membrane discs are mounted in one or two hollow shafts. The permeate
penetrates through the ceramic disc and is collected and discharged inside the shaft/s.
Ceramic disc rotation generates high relative velocities towards the medium to be
filtered. The particularly high turbulence in the overlapping areas minimise cake
formation on the membranes. In addition the centrifugal force acts on cake layers and
removes them outwards continuously.
DYNAMOS SPECS

Top view

Front view

In double shaft filters, the rotating stacks


overlap and maximize the cleaning effect
on the discs.

In single shafts filters, the rotating stack is


provided with a static comb to maximize
the flowrate.
DYNAMOS DISCS

Ceramic Filtering Disc


Diameter: 312 mm
Thickness: 6 mm
Membrane Surface: 0,15 m
Material: Al2O3 or ZrO2
Porosity: 0.1 mm
DYNAMOS HIGHLIGHTS

Cross flow velocity, flow rate and pressure are independent


Cross flow velocity is at least 2-4 times higher than the speed of a tubular cross
flow system.
Installed power is reduced by 80% in relation to the traditional tubular cross flow
systems
Higher solids concentration levels, up to 65% v/v
Significantly higher performance in relation to a tubular cross flow filter.
The selectivity is defined by the membrane itself and not by the fouling layer
Flow rate is kept even with very low product recirculation
DYNAMOS ORIGINAL LEES
DYNAMOS CONCENTRATED LEES
DYNAMOS FILTERED LEES
DYNAMOS ANALYTICAL RESULTS

PARAMETERS CARBENET LEES CARBENET CARBENET CARBENET


AFTER DYNAMOS AFTER ROTARY AFTER TUBULAR
DRUM CROSS FLOW
Alcohol % v/v 12,44 12,40 12,2 12,41
Total SO2 ppm 82 70 52 75
Anthocyanins ppm 713 691 650 675
Total Phenolic ppm 1516 1456 1402 1358
Index (T.P.I.)
O.D. 420 nm 10 mm cuvette 0,269 0,256 0,255 0,248
O.D. 520 nm 10 mm cuvette 0,398 0,387 0,36 0,357
O.D. 620 nm 10 mm cuvette 0,099 0,092 0,085 0,078
Colour Intensity 10 mm cuvette 0,766 0,735 0,7 0,683
O.D. 420+520 +620

Tint O.D. 420/520 10 mm cuvette 0,68 0,66 0,71 0,7

Oxygen pick-up ppm 0 0,5 5 0,4

Temperature pick- C 0 1-3 2 10


up without cooling
Suspended solids % v/v 30 0 0,5 0
% v/v
Turbidity NTU NTU n.d. 0,5 50 0,5
DYNAMOS, LETS DRINK!