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Brite Beer Tanks 500-2000L capacity popular tanks for sale

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  • Bright beer is beer in which yeast is no longer in suspension. There are several methods used for clearing yeast from beer, from waiting for the yeast to drop of its own accord ("dropping bright") to filtering it.When the concentration of fermentable sugars in the beer falls below a certain level, variable with the strain of yeast, the yeast cells will naturally flocculate and settle toward the bottom of the vessel in which the beer is stored; this act is known as dropping bright.

Bright beer is beer in which yeast is no longer in suspension. There are several methods used for clearing yeast from beer, from waiting for the yeast to drop of its own accord ("dropping bright") to filtering it.When the concentration of fermentable sugars in the beer falls below a certain level, variable with the strain of yeast, the yeast cells will naturally flocculate and settle toward the bottom of the vessel in which the beer is stored; this act is known as dropping bright.


The degree to which yeast flocculates is dependent on many factors, including the specific gravity of the beer, the gas pressure over the beer, the ambient temperature, and some biological properties particular to the yeast strain; some beers will never drop bright by themselves.  Any beer which has been dropped bright or fined will have a layer of yeast sediment at the bottom of its storage vessel.

Separating the CIP arm from the vent so the vent is clear. 

Pressure relief can be put on the vent arm or the top of the vessel and should be sized properly.

Carbonation stone ports and sanitory sample valves provided to allow for testing CO2 volume.



Types of beer maturation lagering tanks according to the the design of a cooling method: 

1. Beer maturation lagering tanks with single-jacket (air-cooled)

Simple and cheap non-insulated tanks , cooled by cold air. The traditional way of cooling in a lager cellar . The advantage is low cost, but there is also number of disadvantages: high cooling energy demands (it can be affected by the quality of the thermal insulation of walls in the lager cellar) , the impossibility of controlling the maturation ( it is not possible to set different temperatures in individual tanks ), low comfort of work in the lager cellar ( cellar workers are working in very cold and humid environment which is not conducive to their health and working condition ).

It is necessary to note that for the brewery cellar with single-shell tanks it is needed to create a cooling box, a room with very good insulation of walls and ceiling and with a refrigerator door. The operating costs of cooling are particularly during the summer months, possibly year-round in tropical areas, significantly higher than the lager cellar with insulated tanks cooled by liquid. These increased costs to the building and operation usually outweigh the savings from buying cheaper technology brewery.

In contrast, the solution is usually advantageous for air cooling Microbrewery what need to create a refrigerated storage area for filled kegs or bottles of beer, and have not a dedicated storage room. In this case, together with the beer for sale are simultaneously cooled also lager tanks.


Types of beer maturation lager tanks according to the spatial orientation:

1. Beer maturation lagering tanks vertical

- tanks in a brewery are "standing". Easy for cleaning and sanitation and there is also easy access to the tanks from all sides. The disadvantage is the space requirement both in height and in the area of beer cellar. Vertical maturation tanks are standard in modern breweries and this concept is preferred where small space is no fundamental limitation.

2. Beer maturation lagering tanks horizontal

The advantage is saving place. In the same area we can place a greater number of tanks, if they are arranged in the battery, i.e. several rows one above another. The disadvantage is the difficult cleaning and sanitation of the tanks stored too low or too high. Battery tanks are difficult to clean from outside - in inaccessible surfaces of tanks organic contaminants may accumulate and contaminate the produced beer.

The construction of maturation tanks depending on allowed overpressure and using

The standardized maturation tanks which we product and deliver with our breweries and cider houses are usually designed for max. 

According to customer request we can replace all the maturation tanks by combi-serving tanks with a maximum allowed overpressure of 3.0 bar tested by PED  with combined functionality both lager and bright beer tanks - then the microbrewery operator can bottle and serve beer from any pressurized lager tank without pumping beer into dedicated serving tanks.


SPECIFICATIONS

Brite Beer Tank w/ 10% head space.

Design pressure 30-45psi or 2-3bar.

Interior shell: SUS304, thickness 3mm.

Exterior shell: SUS304, thickness 2mm.

Interior and exterior finish bright polish to 2B, hygienic surface.

Options of vertical or horizontal orientation.

Dual ports for racking and discharge/CIP with butterfly valve and fittings.

Side or Top man way door, shadowless.

Dimple glycol cooling jackets with glycol inlets and outlets.

Polyurethane foam insulation, thickness 80mm/>3” on side and bottom.

Fully welded exterior shell.

4 legs with levelling foot pads.

CIP arm and spray ball.

Vacuum relief at 0.3psi.

Pressure relief valve at 30-45psi as standard.

Sanitary pressure gauge.

Perlick style sample valve.

Carbonation/sinter stone with one way check valve.

Quick connect gas valve.

Lifting Lugs.


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