Working Volume: 10 bbl
Total Volume: 11.5 bbl
304 stainless steel construction
Double walled with 80 mm thick polyurethane insulation
External Shell: 2 mm thick with brushed finish
Internal tank: 3 mm thick with smooth ground welds, 2B finish and passivated
Glycol Jacket: dual cooling zone, 1.5mm thick
15 PSI (1 bar) working pressure
Side manway door for cleaning
1.5" Tri-clamp carbonation stone
1.5" Tri-clamp pressure gauge
1.5" Tri-clamp dial face bi-metal, easy-read analog thermometer
1.5" Tri-clamp sample valve
2" Tri-clamp pressure/vacuum relief
2" Center bottom tri-clamp drain
Sight-glass for reading volumes
Dedicated pipe system with 4" Tri-clamp center top opening and 1.5" tri-clamp rotating CIP spray ball for easy cleaning
3/4" NPT glycol ports
PT100 Thermocouple interface
A brite beer tank's primary purpose is the maturation of beer, and often doubles as the serving tank itself eliminating the need for maintaining additional beer kegs.
A basic holding vessel and more cost effective than its conical fermenter counterpart, brite beer fermentation tanks are often used to chill, carbonate and age the beer into the well-rounded craft beverage it is.
This mature, clarified beer known as "brite" beer, is what gives the tank its name.
Modern commercial breweries often utilize single-walled stainless steel brite tanks which can be reused indefinitely, are impregnable to odors and discoloration, and can be sanitized easily.
Most brite tanks sit atop legs and utilize gravity as serving vessels.
Additionally, brite tanks are often paired with conical fermenters, thus allowing a higher batch turn-over rate in the more expensive fermenter, yielding a cost savings.
The special attention we give in the final quality inspection of each work is also a guarantee of unparalleled reliability and robustness. If you have any needs or questions, please contact us.