Brewhouse material is red copper, thickness is 2.0mm
Fermenter/BBTs/Glycol tank material is stainless steel, thickness is 3.0mm
Inner surface treatment:
cold-rolled plates, 2B surface treatment, welds grinded to Ra 0,8µm.
External surface treatment:
cold-rolled plates grinded to 2B
Cylinder: 3 cooling-sections
Conical bottom : 1 cooling-section
Working pressure in cooling-sections - 1,5 bar
Polyurethane - thickness 80-100mm, density 1,09 g/cm³:
both cylinder and conical bottom
Stainless steel plate - thickness 1,5-3mm, both cylinder and conical
Once equipment is installed to form the brewing "system", you can begin to produce fresh, craft beers. Here are the steps of the brewing process as the ingredients flow through the system:
[ 1 ] - MILL
A high-quality, adjustable, two-roll mill crushes the barley to the desired coarseness to form grist.
[ 2 ] - COMBI VESSEL
Actually two tanks in one: In the top unit, called the Mash/Lauter Vessel, grist and hot water are mixed to produce mash.From this, a clear substance called wort is extracted. The bottom unit of the Combi VEssel holds the additional hot water (liquor) needed for brewing and clean-up
[ 3 ] - MANIFOLD
During the brewing process, wort and hot and cold water must move easily through the brewhaouse. The Manifold is a nine-valve control station which allows all liquid to transfer in a safe, sanitary manner. This eliminates liquid spillage and contamination, which may occur when connections or disconnectiong hoeses and clamps, or using swing arm panels.
[ 4 ] - BREW KETTLE
Here wort is brought to boil and mixed with hops, which adds bitterness and aroma to the mixture. Depending on customer preference, the Brew Kettle can be directly gas-fired or steam heated. It mau ca clad in stanless steel and copper, or furnished with the classic onion0shaped dome.
[ 5 ] - PLATE HEAT EXCHANGER
Using tap water, chiled water, glycol or a combination of the three, this compact unit efficiently cools wort before it's transferred to the fermenter. The Exchanger also returns excess hot water to the Hot Water (liquor) Tank for use in the next brew.
[ 6 ] - FERMENTERS
HEre yeast is added to wort to create the distinctive composition and flavor of beer. Our special disign allows for fermentation, aging, carbonation and lagering all in onetank, if desired. This saves the brewer time and minimizes space. Fermenters are individually temperature controlled. (ASME Code Approved Optional.)
[ 7 ] - FILTER
At this stage, yeast is removed from the mixture, eaving brillantly clear beer. A palte-and-frame or horizontal diatomaceous filter is employed to recover every last drop of beer to minimize and filter the product for packaging.
[ 8 ] - SERVING VESSELS
These units receive and hold the filteres beer for direct service to the bar. Or thay may be used as holding tanks for packaging the product. (ASME Code Approved Optional.)