Grinder (mill) 1 piece 300-500kg/h
Mash tun (net volume: 7BBL) 1 piece
Lauter tun (7BBL) 1 piece
Boiling tank (7BBL) 1 piece
Whirpool tank (hydrocyclone vessel, 7BBL) 1 piece
Semi-automatic or computerized central control panel of the brewhouse 1 piece
System for monitoring and adjusting the flow of wort, filtration and cooling of beer
Conical (unitank) fermentation tank (net volume: 7BBL) Customized quantity
Service (finished beer) tank (net volume: 7BBL) Customized quantity
Individual control panel of cooling temperature of unitanks N pieces
Individual control panel of cooling temperature of finished beer storage tank N pieces
Transformer (220/24 V) 1 piece
Mobile station for washing and disinfection of brewhouse, CCTs and service tanks 1 set
Equipment for collection and storage of yeast 1 set
Pump for pumping beer liquid and beer between vessels of the brewery 1 piece
Per day: 7 BBL
Per week:42 BBL
Per year: 2,100 BBL
DEGONG 7BBL COMPACT BEER BREWERY
|Stainless steel brewhouse|
Also can be copper
Copper was a valuable metal in brewery construction, but now it's largely been replaced by stainless steel. Copper can be forged into thin sheets, which makes it easy to attach large brewing vessels to make leak-proof seals. Copper is also a good thermally conductive material. In an era when direct heating was common, copper was the metal of choice. In addition, a small amount of wine barrels are also nutrients needed by the yeast. The wort is weakly acidic and can dissolve a small amount of copper barrels to keep the yeast healthy. During the fermentation of beer, copper acts to reduce the concentration of hydrogen sulfide, a gas that smells like rotten eggs.
Of course, copper also has its drawbacks. It is harder to clean than stainless steel. Copper, although ductile, is relatively soft and does not have the structural strength of steel. Although the exterior of the mash chamber is made of copper cladding for aesthetic reasons, the interior of the vessel is almost all stainless steel.
Humans, like yeast, require trace amounts of copper (1-2 mg per day in a healthy diet) for normal cellular function. Copper toxicity and its impact on beer production have been the focus of attention in recent years. Whether this is a cause for concern is still highly debated.
What is a fermentation tank?
A fermentation tank is a container that wort (the heated solution of grains, malts, and hops which create beer) is poured or siphoned into after cooling to begin primary (and sometimes secondary) fermentation. Different styles of fermenters will benefit different scenarios. Each brewer has a different end-goal in mind, be it trying a small, experimental home-brew or starting a budding basement brewery, and each brew is a new experience.
How many fermentation tanks do I need?
How many fermentation tanks are needed depends on the daily output of your brewery. If you don’t have the right number of storage units, then a large brewhouse capacity is useless. The number of storage units determines the output of your brewery. Most craft beer takes 3-4 weeks to mature, so you need to buy a suitable number of beer fermentation tanks according to your daily output. If you still don’t know how many fermentation tanks you should buy, you can contact DEGONG. We will provide you with solutions based on your brewhouse capacity and daily output.
DEGONG 7BBL FERMENTATION TANKS
Inner stretching membrane and PE paper and outer steel frame, and other packaging for shipping.
Main tanks, vessels and machines will be packaged with plastic paper firstly then with painted steel frames.
All spare parts, accessories and fittings will be packaged with wooden box.
All items wrapped with soft package for protection.
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.