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.
300mm Heavy Duty Tri-clamp with gasket for well sealing
1'' Drain port with butterfly valve for easy operation
Sanitary racking arm with PTFE gasket and 1" butterfly valve
60 Degree conical bottom for easy yeast collection
1/2'' ball valve on top for air vent.
WHY CHOOSE THE PRODUCT
1. Compare to other suppliers, we promise to spend more times on the polish and treat for the welding seam and port.
2. High Quality fitting adopted to keep long time use.
3. Best Service. From the time customer release the order till customer get the products, we will provide on-time service, and willing to solve any problem at the first time.
4. The products has one year Warranty from the time when the customer received the tanks.
5. Customer special design is available.
If you are making your own beer or wine, there is no doubt that you will need a good fermenter. The fermenter is what goes in the bottling bucket to help your home brew go from batch to bottle. The process of bottling your product is quite simple; you place the container in a refrigerator or freezer until the temperature gets there for the proper temperature of your product. Then you simply screw on the lid and the fermenter is ready to start filling with the desired product.
There are three basic types of fermenters that you will find on the market today. All will work just fine for the average consumer and any of them will make the process much easier. One of the most common types of fermenters you will find are mini fermenters. These small fermenters are just large enough to fit into the bottling bucket of the average home brewer. This is a great place to start because the rest of the work is taken care of.
The next type of fermenter on the market is the top-mount or counter top types. These fermenters work well because they are out of the way of the bottling process. It is still possible to use the process that your homebrew may have a bit of head and all that so the fermenter is used only once and that is to fill it up with beer or wine. These do not have the insulation that the mini fermenters do so the fermentation might take a while longer before the fermentation process is complete. Finally you have the modern electric home brew fermenter. These are a little more costly than the other two but they are also quite sturdy and have insulation so they are perfect for fermenting very cold fermented products.