|How big should the distillation equipment be|
There are many different distiller sizes, and it may be difficult to determine the exact size that suits your operation. It may be tempting to scale up one of the household distiller sizes "one step" as a commercial distiller, but this is the first time for many commercial distillers. A huge mistake made. In any start-up company, if you don’t provide yourself with the right tools as early as possible, it may make you back down, but getting bigger too early is also a problem. There is a sweet spot that needs to be hit, and unless you have some clear production and business goals to guide you, it may be a bit difficult to understand where that spot is. You absolutely need both. You can produce as much as you want, but if there is no way to sell products, your storage space may fill up quickly, and having no products to sell is a double-edged sword and you may lose your place on the shelf.
No matter what size you consider, it must be large enough to cover the fixed costs and give you time to market and sell your product. In the long run, planning ahead will greatly help you if you are aging. Nothing can beat time in a bucket, and it's hard to cheat time.
When you talk about most manufacturing processes, economies of scale come into play, and the cost per unit of production drops significantly in larger facilities. Generally speaking, in the long run, equipment costs are almost always lower than personnel and variable costs. Larger equipment may have a minimum operating range, and if you run the distiller once a month, its size may not be suitable for your operation. On the other hand, if your main business is agriculture and you are using a still to squeeze more product out of the acre, it makes sense to adjust the size of the equipment before and after harvest time to process as much as possible. Damage and loss of material.
There are many variables to choose the right size equipment to meet your needs, but you don't have to choose blindly. We have a wealth of knowledge and a very convenient running speed estimation tool. Although no prediction is 100% accurate, you can try a few different scenarios to see how many bottles are produced in each run using different equipment in different scenarios. Please contact us to discuss your options and how they will affect your production capacity.
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.