Introduction of beer fermentation tanks
Beer fermentation tanks are also called CCT’s (Cylindrical Conical Tanks), FV’s (Fermentation Vessel), conical fermenter,primary fermentor or unitanks as they are used both for fermenting and lagering.Fermenting is the process during which the yeast transforms the wort into beer.
Lagerings takes place after fermenting and is the time given to the beer to stabilize and age after fermenting.
stainless steel fermenters can be individually temperature controlled through glycol jackets
and are mostly equipped with accessories such as overpressure and under pressure valve,
CIP cleaning jet, sanitary sample valve, manhole,etc
The design of TBE fermenters is based on our vast beer knowledge and especially the conical fermenter
bottom and the fact that we combine fermentation and maturation in the same vessel is very important.
When calculating your fermenting and lagering capacity and configuration sufficient time
for fermenting and lagering to produce quality beers must be taken into consideration.
Specification of beer fermentation tanks
Beer fermentation tanks 25% head space Dimple cooling jacket on cone and bottom
Tri clamp CIP ball
60 degree cone bottom
Perlick style full sanitary sampling valve
Carbonation port and level tube for special request
|Beer fermentation tanks||25% head space||Dimple cooling jacket on cone and bottom|
|Tri clamp CIP ball|
|60 degree cone bottom|
|Perlick style full sanitary sampling valve|
|Carbonation port and level tube for special request|
Configuration of stainless steel beer fermentation tanks
Capacity: 100-10000L(+25% Headspace minimum)
Accessories: butterfly valve
Interior Finish: Overall polishing to 0.4~0.6 μm without dead corner
Inltet and outlet
Thickness:2MM for exterior shell, 80mm rock wood for insulations ,steam jacket , 3mm for interior jacket
Conical bottom with tri-clamp top
Dished head and 60 degree cone bottom
CIP arm with 360° coverage CIP spraying ball