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.
Choosing the right fermenter for you will go a long way towards making your brewing experience the best that it can be. There are many different types of fermenters that are available to you so it's important that you take the time to look over the many options and make the best choice for you. Many people get carried away when they're looking for a fermenter and end up purchasing one that they don't need or didn't like. Here are some things to consider when looking for the right fermenter for you.
One thing to look at is how much space you have to work with when looking for the right fermenter for you. The SS fermenter, as its name implies, is a special kind of fermenter that can sit in the center of a fermentation tank rather than on top of it. This allows for more space when fermentation is taking place and helps to keep it from getting too hot as well. These are usually more expensive than other types of fermenters due to the additional space they require. You'll also want to see if there is a specific style that you prefer when looking for a fermenter.
Another thing to look at when looking for a SS fermenter is if it can hold the amount of liquid that you need to add during fermentation. Make sure that you consider how much liquid will be required when making a batch of beer and if it is enough to fill the fermenter. Also be sure to look for a fermentation container that has airlocks. These can help to keep the contents from escaping out of the fermenter, which can affect the quality of the liquid that you put into it.