Liquid Chocolate Filtration & Screening
Self cleaning in-line filters for processing liquid chocolate
The Self-Cleaning Russell Eco Filter® is an integral part of the liquid chocolate manufacturing process, providing the essential control measures needed to remove contamination and safeguard the quality of your liquid chocolate. Whether you are producing cocoa liquor, cocoa butter or manufacturing and processing liquid chocolate, installing the Russell Eco Filter® within your process will provide you with a high performance filtration solution you can rely on.
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The Self-Cleaning Russell Eco Filter – protecting your liquid chocolate from contamination
This low maintenance, high performance filter is used by many of the top chocolate manufacturers and processors across the world and is ideal for filtering virgin chocolate after conching or during tanker loading or unloading as well as filtering reclaimed chocolate after enrobing.
Safeguard the quality of your liquid products by removing contamination from your liquid chocolate
Self-cleaning design minimizes product wastage, maximizing your productivity
Maximize productivity with tool-free disassembly, reducing operator involvement and production downtime
As well as supplying the Self-Cleaning Russell Eco Filter® for virgin and reclaim chocolate, Russell Finex also offer the Finex Separator™ for reworked chocolate, a high performance separator to remove contamination such as foils and centers.
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What our clients say
“Having a global recall is something that we are unable to quantify in terms of costs. However, with the new Russell systems in place we have complete peace of mind that our product is being supplied to the highest standards. In fact it has actually made our metal detectors virtually redundant since we rarely ever hear them activated. ”Peter Van Ingelghem, Godiva