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Flavanto 40 Tabs

PVPP (polyvinylpolypyrrolidone) designed for beer.
Flavanto 40 is a PVPP (polyvinylpolypyrrolidone) with a remarkable absorption index of 40%. This adjuvant is in the form of a white, very fine, hygroscopic powder. Its powerful adsorptive action targets simple polyphenols, which are known to be responsible for excessive browning of beer. The interaction between Flavanto 40 and beer is incredibly fast, which means that the required contact times are extremely short, especially when operating at temperatures below 10°C. Here are the key benefits of Flavanto 40 Tab:

  • Unstable color removal: Flavanto 40 is designed to effectively remove the unstable color present in beer, helping to ensure a clear and inviting looking beverage.
  • Color enhancement: this adjuvant helps improve the overall color of the beer, making it brighter and more attractive to consumers.
  • Olfactory cleanliness and aroma enhancement: Flavanto 40 also acts on olfactory cleanliness and aroma enhancement, ensuring that the beer’s aroma remains fresh and inviting.
  • Standardization of foam levels: this product helps standardize foam levels in beer, ensuring a consistent and appealing appearance.
  • Flavor enhancement: Flavanto 40 can help enhance the taste of beer, ensuring that each sip is pleasant and satisfying to the palate.
  • Less use of antioxidants: by using Flavanto 40 to improve beer stability, the need to use large amounts of antioxidants can be reduced.

Pure PVPP in tablet form.

80 g/hl (maximum legal dose).

Use Flavanto 40 Tabs in 1:5 aqueous suspension for 20 minutes. Leave for at least 24/36 hours, filter.
Conduct preliminary tests on small beer samples.

1 kg bag.
Store in a cool, dry place.

Flavanto 40 is a PVPP (polyvinylpolypyrrolidone) with a remarkable absorption index of 40%. This adjuvant is in the form of a white, very fine, hygroscopic powder. Its powerful adsorptive action targets simple polyphenols, which are known to be responsible for excessive browning of beer. The interaction between Flavanto 40 and beer is incredibly fast, which means that the required contact times are extremely short, especially when operating at temperatures below 10°C. Here are the key benefits of Flavanto 40 Tab:

  • Unstable color removal: Flavanto 40 is designed to effectively remove the unstable color present in beer, helping to ensure a clear and inviting looking beverage.
  • Color enhancement: this adjuvant helps improve the overall color of the beer, making it brighter and more attractive to consumers.
  • Olfactory cleanliness and aroma enhancement: Flavanto 40 also acts on olfactory cleanliness and aroma enhancement, ensuring that the beer’s aroma remains fresh and inviting.
  • Standardization of foam levels: this product helps standardize foam levels in beer, ensuring a consistent and appealing appearance.
  • Flavor enhancement: Flavanto 40 can help enhance the taste of beer, ensuring that each sip is pleasant and satisfying to the palate.
  • Less use of antioxidants: by using Flavanto 40 to improve beer stability, the need to use large amounts of antioxidants can be reduced.

Pure PVPP in tablet form.

80 g/hl (maximum legal dose).

Use Flavanto 40 Tabs in 1:5 aqueous suspension for 20 minutes. Leave for at least 24/36 hours, filter.
Conduct preliminary tests on small beer samples.

1 kg bag.
Store in a cool, dry place.

For a flawless result, use Flavanto 40 Tab with:

Focus
Tablets, a sustainable alternative to pellets and granulates

The commercial trend for products subject to excessive dustiness is increasingly moving in the direction of agglomerated/granulated forms that limit dust dispersion to the operator’s detriment, reducing product waste.

The latest research and development project has brought essedielle to the production of granulates by agglomeration, through the fluid bed agglomeration technique. However, the energy costs of the process are considerable, leading to the search for more cost-effective forms of dust reduction processes.

Tablet manufacturing is a well-established process in the pharmaceutical industry, converting native powdered products into compact forms that are easier to dose and administer.

The manufacturing process is also economical because it is purely mechanical, as a certain fixed amount of powdery material is introduced inside a cavity formed by two punches and a mold. The punches are then pressed with a high force so that the material is fused together.

Initially, the lower punch is lowered to create a cavity in which to accommodate the granular material. The excess amount is scraped away. The lower punch is lowered, and the cavity is temporarily covered to prevent material leakage.

The upper punch is then lowered, and at the same time the cover is removed so that the upper punch is in contact with the powder.

At this point, compression rollers act on the upper punch to impart the necessary compressive force to melt the granular material together in the form of a tablet.

Finally, the lower punch is raised so as to eject the tablet.

The ease of production, low production costs, and resolution in an alternative manner to granulation of the tableted formula prompts the direction of efforts in this type of agglomeration. 

Serena Belfante - Laboratory Manager
Brewing protocol with essedielle products

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