|Standard features to ensure your safety|
Explosion-proof mixing motor, according to the needs of your local power department.
Electrical control in compliance with the directive.
Abnormal cooling water alarm and emergency shutdown system.
Fully enclosed mental safe
It is easy to operate and use, easy to clean, and has a small footprint.
High safety, high work efficiency, long service life, low energy consumption, good quality and low price.
Efficient CIP spray ball, 360 degree cleaning.
It can be heated by steam, electric (direct and indirect) or direct fire.
Suitable for whiskey, gin, tequila, rum, bourbon, etc.
Provide customized services, technical and drawing support.
The process of distilling alcohol begins with fermentation. Fermentation produces alcohol in products such as beer, wine or cider. Fermentation is the organic process of converting sugar into alcohol. It uses the metabolic process of yeast to consume glucose to produce waste ethanol and carbon dioxide.
Distillation is a more refined process, and the alcohol concentration in the final product is 21% or higher. Distillation is the process of separating alcohol from fermented mash through a strategic condensation and evaporation technology system. This can purify and concentrate the amount of alcohol produced during the fermentation process. The distillation process depends on the type of mash and the required "certification", the percentage of alcohol per milliliter, and the wine produced.
|Type of distillation|
Simple distillation-used when the boiling point temperature of the compound varies greatly.
Fractional distillation-the boiling points of the components are close. Condensate and evaporate multiple times to extract the purest form.
Steam distillation-used to separate heat-sensitive compounds.
Vacuum distillation-used to separate extremely high boiling compounds in vacuum.
Short path distillation-used to distill small amounts. Usually composed of small glass parts.
Reactive distillation-the removal of volatile compounds from the feed mixture.
Catalytic distillation-used to continuously separate required compounds and ensure equilibrium reactions.
Pervaporation-Partial vaporization using non-porous membranes.
Extractive distillation—distillation in the presence of miscibles.
Azeotropic distillation-separation of impurities with the same boiling point as the desired compound from the distillate.
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