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  • We developed an extensive range of fermenters to meet your fermentation needs for both indoor and outdoor locations whether designed for atmospheric, pressure rated, fully enclosed, loose lid top or conical bottom. In addition each fermenter can be supplied with a full range of ancillary equipment including racking point, carbonation stones, and sample, bunging and pressure relief/anti­vac valves.

Fermenters

We developed an extensive range of fermenters to meet your fermentation needs for both indoor and outdoor locations whether designed for atmospheric, pressure rated, fully enclosed, loose lid top or conical bottom. In addition each fermenter can be supplied with a full range of ancillary equipment including racking point, carbonation stones, and sample, bunging and pressure relief/anti­vac valves.


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Conditioning/Racking Tanks

Totally enclosed horizontal and vertical tanks usually with dished or shallow cone ends are offered generally to a pressure rated design with the same options of ancillary equipment as for the fermenters. These tanks can also be designed as a ‘Uni Tank’ suitable for both fermentation and conditioning/racking.


Yeast Tanks

For the specific storage of yeast, the tanks are pressure rated and fully enclosed, jacketed and insulated, each tank is supplied complete with an internal mixer, gas inlet point, pressure relief/anti­vac valve and chilled jackets.


Temperature Control

Control systems for fermenters and conditioning/racking tanks are supplied for individual or multiple tanks displaying current and set temperatures with the option of an advanced tank temperature control system.

This uses wireless controls specifically design for monitoring fermentation tank temperatures.


If you're harvesting yeast, it’s recommended to remove it prior to dry hopping. This is both for preserving yeast health for repitching and mitigating negative interactions between the yeast and hops. I currently do not harvest yeast but I do my best to remove as much as I can prior to dry hopping. It’s difficult to remove yeast at warmer temps, so many brewers will soft crash their fermenters down to 55-60°F to allow the yeast to settle into the cone.


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Fermentation tanks features:

-dish bottom and top head

-(2) cooling jackets (1) bottom, (1) sidewall

-thermowells

-side oval manway

-TC carbonation port c/w (1) 8” carbstone

-1 ½” CIP line c/w rotating sprayball down to working height and pressure gauge and ¼” Co2 valve assembly

-1 ½” TC sample

-2” TC BTFY removable drain c/w ¼” FNPT

-2” PRV

-Liquid switch port 1 ½” TC

-removable stand pipe

-Sight tube assemble and valves (ability to clean)

-1 ½” TC in top head

-(4) legs and braces c/w adjustable feet

-TIG welded and polished 

-All 304 stainless steel

-Stamped Engineered drawings supplied

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