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Continuous oil filter eliminates paper

July 1, 2014
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Heat and Control oil filterWithout using filter paper or additives, the new twin chamber Micron-Procontinuously filters cooking oil to the sub-micron level at up to 65 gpm. Designed for high-capacity breaded products fryers, Micron-Pro quickly removes fines from the oil and filter to minimize burning and the formation free fatty acid. Fines are automatically discharged from the filter with no operator intervention. Low-pressure operation assures safety. The filter has minimal moving parts and requires no costly centrifuge, bellows, or conveyorized screens. At plants producing batter-breaded foods, meatballs, and other products, Micron-Pro has paid for itself in oil savings within the first year of operation.

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