The Brite tank material is usually made of stainless steel, with polyurethane insulation material outside.
The temperature control is achieved by the refrigerant (usually alcohol-water) in the jacket around the tank body.
Generally, it is cooled in 2 or 3 stages, depending on the tank. Body size.
After the beer is matured, the yeast and other turbid substances in the fermentation broth need to be filtered to make the wine clear and translucent.
After the fermentation broth is filtered, it is called “sake” and is supplied to the packaging department to be bottled as a finished product. The Brite tank is used to hold it. Of sake.
The Brite tank can realize temperature control, and it can also be stored in the cold storage.
For every brewery, the presence of Brite tanks is necessary.