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What's a BCS Brewer Control System? The BSC, or Brewery Control Systems, was initially developed as a temperature controller for medium to large scale breweries. The BSC controllers have gained immense popularity among mead, winemaking and homebrewing applications.
In the beer brewing process, the temperature is of utmost importance and can have dramatic effects on the taste of the finished product. When temperature is controlled in the right way, beer brewing is as efficient as it can be.
Beer brewing is not the same as other brewing processes, as the temperature control used is different. Temperature is controlled in BSC by means of temperature sensing coils or by means of a temperature controller. The temperature sensing coils are placed in the area between the fermentation tank and the fermenter where the temperature is most critical during brewing.
This temperature is then sensed by the temperature controller in the main brewery. If the temperature is too high, the process is over. In order to keep the temperature of the fermentation tank under control, the temperature sensing coils and temperature controller are connected to the fermentation tank by means of a temperature-controlled cooling fan.
A temperature controlled fermentation tank is used so that the temperature of the beer remains constant, thus allowing the yeast to ferment at a constant temperature. The use of temperature sensors ensures that the fermentation is not interrupted for any reason. Once the beer has fermented, it is then cooled down to the temperature of the fermentation tank.
Temperature sensing coils do not allow the beer to remain above their optimal temperature for a long time. Therefore, they are very important and extremely useful in the brewing process. They come with a remote control that allows the user to control the temperature at all times. Moreover, they make the brewing process very easy and convenient as they can control the temperatures at any point of time throughout the brewing process.
Temperature sensing coils are available in various sizes, depending on the type of beer that is being fermented. Therefore, the temperature sensors should be chosen carefully, as they will determine the fermentation temperatures. It is always better to get the most accurate readings for the fermentation temperature as this will help the brewing process immensely. in the future.
Temperature sensors have the ability to sense different temperature levels, so that the temperature sensor can be set up anywhere in the entire process. However, there are certain places where this might prove problematic. For example, it may prove difficult to install the temperature sensing coils at the bottom of the fermentation tank. to allow the temperature sensors to reach the bottom of the fermenter.
Another problem that the temperature sensor might face is that it might not be able to detect the change in the temperature of the fermenter once the fermentation process is complete. As the fermenter is placed at the bottom of the fermentation tank, the temperature sensor will be positioned on the wall where the fermenter is located. This means that the sensor cannot be seen from the inside of the fermenter. Therefore, the temperature sensor may not be able to sense the temperature change and might not detect that the temperature of the fermenter is changing.