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Beer, malt and beer-based beverages

During the development of the analytical methods used in the labs of breweries, certain high quality grades of our filter papers have been established for analysis and strict QC in this area. In the newest edition of the instructions for "Analytical methods in breweries - Wort, Beer, Beer based Beverages", published by the Middle European Brewery Analysis Commission (MEBAK, 2013), high value Hahnemühle filter papers are recommended. 

  • Ideal for clarification and sample preparation 
  • Useful to remove CO2 and turbidities

Target Application:

Sample preparation for the analysis of ingredients, contaminants and microbiological quality according to the § 64 Para.1 and 2  LFBG German law for food, feed and utensils.

The average ash content of our quantitative papers is 0,004%, and 0,002% ash of the hardened quantitative papers - the purest paper in the filter market.

Target User: 

  • QC departments of breweries
  • independent institutes
  • governmental control labs for food & beverages

OBJECTIVE

TECHNIQUE

TYPE of FILTER

PART NUMBER-GRADE

Sample preparation for extract determination of malt1) 

Filtration,

Funnel (e.g. Büchner)

Filter paper for

clarification, grained

0858, 2555

Removal of CO2 and turbidities from beer1) 

Filter paper for qualitative

analysis

 

602h, 597

Determination of solids in wort (Labor

Veritas method)1) 

GF 52

Filtration of lees1) 

597, GF52

Determination of the coagulateable proteins1) 

597

Determination of the grade of fermentation1) 

597

Sample preparation of beverages1) 

595

Determination of solids and turbidity (Feld

methode)1) 

Filter paper for

quantitative

analysis

589/1

Determination of nitrogen-compounds by

phosphor molybdenum precipitation1) 

589/2

Determination of carbohydrates by hydrolysis1) 

589/2

Analysis of ash content in foodstuffs

according §64 LMBG 2) 

589 /1

Determination of proteins in gyle and beer via MgSO4 precipitation1) 

589 /1

589 /2

Drinking water: Determination of chemical elements, radioactive trace elements1) 

Filtration,

(Funnel/Büchner)

Filter paper for

quantitative

analysis

589/ 3

Spectrophotometry

Quantification of nitrogen

Weighing paper and boats, nitrogen free

365

Measurement of nitrogen

Colour of the malt

0.45 mm cellulose nitrate membranes, white, gridded

NC 045 47 BC

Microbiological analyses

Retention of micro-organisms, yeast count

0.45 mm sterile cellulose nitrate membranes, black, gridded

NCS 045 47 NC

 

 

1) Newest edition of the instructions for “Analytical methods in breweries - Wort, Beer, beer-based Beverages”, published 2013 by the Middle European Brewery Analysis Commission (MEBAK)

2)  §64 LFBG Paragraph 1 and 2. German law for food, feed and utensils