For nano-breweries or micro-breweries, there are 2 main ways of discharging steam.The first classic way is to discharge steam through a steam condenser with a nozzle.The wort is boiled in a kettle and steam is generated at that time. The steam passes through a steam condenser. The steam condenser has one or more nozzles that emit cold water as the steam passes through.The cold water causes the steam to turn into water, which is then discharged into a bucket or sewer.
Another type is a steam condenser with a water circulation tank and pump.
The steam condenser turns the steam into water, which then enters a small water tank to be recycled. A pump extracts the water into a nozzle and then injects it again, turning the steam into water.
In general, however, recirculation tanks are suitable for small volumes, such as 100 liter brewing systems. According to customer feedback, for micro-breweries, such as 1000 liter brewing systems, too much steam fills and heats up the recirculation tank in a short period of time. It does not have a good condensing effect. Which steam condenser do you prefer?