1. LCL (less container loading), covered with pearl wool, in wooden boxes.
2. The entire container, covered with pearl wool, is laid and fixed on an iron frame in the container.
1. Capacity: 1 BBL to 300 BBL, or customized
2. Warranty: 12 months
3. Processing: Fermenting
4. Thickness: 3mm
5. Voltage: 220V/380V(Or to be customized)
6. Volume design: Properly according to the capacity requests
7. 60 degree cone bottom, with an average of 25% head space
8. Rotating racking port
9. Side manway hole, shadowless
10. Certification: ISO9001 / CE/ TUV
11. Interior shell: 304 stainless steel, thickness 11 gauge
12. Exterior shell: 304 stainless steel, thickness 14 gauge
13. 2” Polyurethane insulation
14. 2” CO2 blowoff arm for maximum tank space utilization
15. Material: Stainless Steel AISI 304 or AISI 316
16. Design pressure of the tank: 1.5bar
17. Design pressure of the jacket: 3.0bar
Sample Valve x1;
Pressure relief valve x1;
CIP nozzle x1;
Hop port x1;
Temp. sensor / thermometer x1;
Rotating racking arm with butterfly valve x1;
Bottom outlet with butterfly valve x1;
Stainless pipe legs with adjustable footpads x4;
A diy conical fermenter is a convenient way to bring the home fermentation right into your kitchen. Having a continuous supply of beer or wine brings your enjoyment of the hobby to another level. As you may know there are many different types of beer and wine making recipes available to you and the simplicity of diy conical fermenters provides an easy way to be able to follow each recipe. The greatest benefit to this type of fermentation system is that it allows you to follow your own set of instructions and not have to guess what will happen as the temperature goes up.
This special thing about the fermentation process also allows you to control the water and temperature you use so that you can use the exact amount of water and temperature necessary for each batch. This way, you can also try different combinations of water and temperature to see what flavors you like best in your homemade beer or wine. Some people have also used this type of brewing equipment to make specialty wines that no one else has ever seen or tasted before. This process also allows you to control how much time the fermentation process takes and thus, gives you more control over your home brewing needs.
You can get a starter kit for your own DIY conical fermenter but it will cost you hundreds of dollars, whereas you can purchase a single unit for a fraction of the cost. These starter kits usually include everything you need for a quick and easy start and it is the perfect starting point for a new starter home brewer. Of course, when choosing your diy conical fermenter you should be sure to get one that fits your specific requirements and which also has a lid to make cleaning and disassembling easier.