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CO2 separator

Water level and foam detection in the CO2 separator

Process data

Measuring task:
Point level detection
Measuring point:
Process temperature:
+5 … +30 °C
Process pressure:
0 … 0 bar
Special challenges:
Foam detection


CO2 is produced during the fermentation process in the fermentation tank. It is captured to increase efficiency and used later in the filling process. To this end, CO2 recirculation systems are integrated in the brewing process. In whats known as a foam trap, the CO2 is fed into a small container and passed through a tank filled with water, in order to filter out any residues in the gas generated in fermentation. Foam is produced during this process. If too much foam accumulates, it has to be flushed out at an early stage. For this purpose, a fine spray of water is introduced via a spray ball to 'kill the foam'. A point level detection system ensures a reliable and efficient flushing process and reduces water consumption.

Your benefit

Reliable detection prevents excessive accumulation of foam
Cost effective
Savings through effective CO2 separation
User friendly
Simple setup via the VEGA Tools app

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