Bioscience and Water Filtration Division

Bioscience and Water Filtration Division - Aseptic Filling

Aseptic Filling

After beer has undergone sterilisation, it may be re-introduced to spoilage organisms during the bottling process. However, proper aseptic filling technique ensures the bottling process remains sterile, eliminating the possibility of microbial contamination.

Aseptic conditions during the bottling process may be achieved through the use of sterile air, achieved by treatment through sterile air filters.

Use of sterile air and gas filters such as those offered by Parker Bioscience Filtration also use an intert membrane, suitable for use within the food and beverage industry, ensuring their is no effect to the quality and flavour of your beer as a result aseptic filling.

Products for Aseptic Filling


    - High flowing hydrophobic PTFE impregnated media
    - Fully validated by aerosolized bacterial and viral challenge
    - Stainless steel inner core
    - 100% integrity testable by Valairdata 3 aerosol challenge


    - Highly hydrophobic PTFE membrane
    - Fully validated to ASTM f838-05 liquid bacterial challenge
    - Fully validated to aerosol and viral challenge
    - Unique high flowing PTFE membrane
    - Can be in-situ steam sterilized for up to 225 cycles at 142°C


    - 5.7" TFT LCD touch screen operation
    - Multi-language menu availability
    - Testing correlated to aerosol and viral challenges
    - Developed to GAMP 5 guidelines
    - Transfer of data via USB memory stick
    - 4GB internal memory storage

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