When you brew beer, have you ever had the problem that the bottom of the false bottom/filter plate is under negative pressure?
Or sometimes, your pump is still working and there is no wort in the fermenter?
The above situation can be very problematic and can distort the tank, and the pump can be easily damaged if it is idling.
One solution to this problem is to buy a speed controller for your pump, but these are very expensive. Another option is to install a ball valve on the outlet side of the centrifugal pump to restrict flow, but ball valves can be difficult to use when fine-tuning liquid flow. A distiller represents another possibility.
The boiler is a simple vessel for collecting the wort from the boiler. The pump line is connected directly to the mesophilic tank instead. Gravity gently pulls the wort out of the fermenter, thus minimizing the squeeze on the grain bed. A float switch can be used to turn on the pump when the distillation tank is full, freeing up the brewer to attend to other things.
There are several types of wort grants though.
Now we present two types.
1) The first one is the glass wort aid. It has CIP balls to clean the inside.
In addition, you can see the inside clearly.
2) The second one is stainless steel type, which has floating ball control or level sensor control.
Therefore, when the wort is low, the pump will be off and when the wort is full, the pump will start to work.