Wine Filtration Short Course
Registration Deadline: Mar 25, 2014
Event Type: Seminars and Classes
Description: Build a strong foundation for solving filtration problems and choosing filtration systems for particular applications by combining theory of filtration with lab exercises and manufacturer demonstrations. This intensive two-day program emphasizes group participation in lab-scale filtrations to apply concepts learned in lectures. Lecture topics include an overview of filtration systems, determining filtration efficiency, diatomaceous earth (DE) filtration, crossflow filtration and finding agents for clarification prior to filtration. Labs include sessions on prefiltration treatments and effects on filterability, microbiological detection, flow rates through various size membranes, determining pump characteristics and pressure/flow relationships and plotting silting efficiency data. Demonstrations include DE systems, membrane filtration systems, sterile pad filtrations and a crossflow system. Designed for members of the wine industry, this program fills quickly. Early enrollment is encouraged.
Enroll in section 134VIT201. Fee includes two lunches, social and course material. Participants must be 21 years of age or older to enroll and attend.
• Event Organizer:
UC Davis Extension
Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine & Food
Old Davis Rd Davis, CA
8: 30 am
• Website: extension.ucdavis.edu/winemaking
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