copper conical fermenter beer keg fermenter
Ⅱ tanks type with mash/lauter tun, boiler/whirlpool; heated by steam configuration: piping, button control panel, glass grant, pumps
To make the best beer, the brew house is the key. On the basis of absorbing European advanced and experienced beer machinery technology, Our Brew house can fulfill various brewing technologies, variable tastes or specific capacities.
10BBL | 20BBL | 30BBL | 40BBL | 50BBL brewhouse sizes are produced standardly, or even larger for customers. The Brew house can be heated with Steam, Gas fired, Electric etc. The system composed of Mash Tun , Lauter Tun, Brew Kettle, Whirlpool Tank etc. The four tanks can be combined together to meet different requirement of brew system.
All the tanks certified stainless steel material for all tanks, with 100% TIG welded joints and seams with sanitary interior polish. All tanks use Tri-clamp connections, are designed for up to 14.7 PSI and tested at 30 PSI. We can custom fabricate any tank to meet your brewery’s space and height restrictions.
NAME BRAND, HIGH QUALITY VALVES AND FITTINGS WITH EVERY TANK!
2 Vessel Brew House
- Mash Lauter Tun with grist hydrator
- Kettle Whirlpool Tank with heating jacketed
- Grant Tank
- Stainless steel Platform
- Plate Heat Exchanger
- Sanitary Wort Pump x2;
- Wort Oxygenator;
- Semi-Auto Control Panel;
- Interior surface to finish pickled and passivated
- Exterior surface to brushed, #4 finish
Method of Heating Ways:
- Steam: Dimple plate jacket with inlet/outlet fittings for Steam heat transfer;
- Electric: Use electric heaters in jacket to heat the medium in the jacket
- Gas fired: Use gas burner at bottom to heat tank directly;
Conical bottom of copper conical fermenter
Cone bottom angle is generally 60 ° -80 °, there are also 90 ° -110 °, but more for large-capacity fermentation tanks. The conical bottom height of the fermenter is related to the included angle, the smaller the included angle and the higher the bottom of the cone. The cone bottom height of a typical tank is about 1/4 of the total height and should not exceed 1/3. The outer wall of the conical bottom should be provided with a cooling layer to cool the precipitated yeast at the bottom of the cone. Cone bottom should also be installed in and out of the pipeline, valves, mirrors, pressure sensors and other components. In addition, the ratio of the diameter and height of the tank is usually 1:2 to 1:4, and the total height is preferably not more than 6m so as not to cause strong convection and affect the sedimentation of yeast and coagulum. The working pressure of the general fermenter is controlled at 0.2MPa-0.3MPa. The inner wall of the tank must be smooth and smooth, and the inner wall of the stainless steel tank must be polished. The coating on the inner wall of the carbon steel tank should be uniform, free of convex and concave surfaces and no granule protrusion.
Looking forward to your inquiry for this copper conical fermenter beer keg fermenter