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EVER introduces STABTAR, tartrate stabilization through resin process in full automation

Among the available proposals on tartrate stabilization, EVER's STABTAR distinguishes itself for some peculIarities: the extreme selectivity of the resin towards K+ and Ca++ (being this a guarantee of chemical/organoleptic balance), the modular structure of the unit (from 30 hl up to 110 hl per working cycle), very short regeneration time, fully automatic operations, in and out controls on pH and conductivity, operations through a touch screen mini computer. STABTAR comes available in three versions: manual, semi-automatic and fully automatic, each one realized in different models suitable for different throughput and able to respond to the various needs of all wineries
Published on 05/12/2012
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