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Interior shell: 304 stainless steel, thickness 3mm
Exterior shell: 304 stainless steel, thickness 2mm
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Interior finish pickled and passivated
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Side manway door,
Dimple jacket cooling jackets
Level gauge connections
CIP arm and spray ball
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|Why Use a Beer Brite Tank?|
Free up Fermenters
If you are bottling, canning, or kegging a brewery will typically have one beer brite tank for every 4-5 fermenters. Beer will usually spend 2 days in a beer brite tank to clarify and adjust carbonation levels while most fermenters hold the beer for 10-20 days.
Clarity + Get Every Last Drop!
A Beer Brite Tank allows for greater clarity while allowing you to transfer off the yeast in a more complete way. When you pull the yeast out of a conical you leave a layer of yeast on the walls and in the cone. That yeast discourages other yeast from flocking out due to the like charges which has a significant effect on beer clarity. Beer Brite tank has a 5 degree dished bottom which causes the final yeast that flocculate out to stay on the bottom and not find its way into the final beer, be it packaged or on draft. This is also why brew pubs choose to draw directly from beer brite tanks to the taps. Draw clear beer to the end!
Refill a Beer Brite Tank up to 10x Before Cleaning
Beer Brite tanks are often kept pressurized through the filling and draining up to 10 times before being fully emptied and drained. They are not required to be cleaned like fermenters because they do not develop the same krausen line. This saves considerable time and co2.
Beer Brite Tank Beer Volume Can Be Easily Measured
You will typically yield 100% of the beer in a Beer Brite tank which helps you plan for packaging. A conical tank will always leave some portion of the beer behind as you are typically drawing from the racking arm and the yeast sediment levels will vary. You never know exactly how much beer you are getting.
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.