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Flotation

Flotation first appeared in winemaking in 1987. Today, it is widely used in wineries and is highly suitable for musts that are very rich in deposits. This technique makes it possible to automate must settling with a very rapid separation of the solid and liquid phases.

Flotation is an ancestral practice that has been in existence for over 2000 years. It is a separation technique based on the differences in surface hydrophobicity of the particles to be separated. Much used in mineral processing to separate the minerals from each other and in wastewater treatment to remove fats, this ancient technique has proved its worth over time. Flotation first appeared in winemaking in 1987. Today, it is widely used in wineries and is highly suitable for musts that are very rich in deposits. This technique makes it possible to automate must settling with a very rapid separation of the solid and liquid phases.

Flotation is an ancestral practice that has been in existence for over 2000 years. It is a separation technique based on the differences in surface hydrophobicity of the particles to be separated. Much used in mineral processing to separate the minerals from each other and in wastewater treatment to remove fats, this ancient technique has proved its worth over time. Flotation first appeared in winemaking in 1987. Today, it is widely used in wineries and is highly suitable for musts that are very rich in deposits. This technique makes it possible to automate must settling with a very rapid separation of the solid and liquid phases.

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Martin Vialatte solutions

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Enzymes
Spécialités

VIAZYM® FLOT

VIAZYM FLOT prevents the formation of volatile phenols.

Nutrients
Nutriment starter

NUTRICELL® FLOT

Specific nutrient for floated white and rosé musts, for optimum initiation of alcoholic fermentation.

Fining of musts
Collage non allergène

PROVGREEN® L170

PROVGREEN L170 is a 170 g/L concentrate pea protein solution stabilized SO2, in beige liquid form.

Stabilizing agents
Bentonites

ELECTRA

An activated calcium bentonite with high deproteinisation capacity.

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