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120 L hot liquor tank with thermostatically controlled 3 kW element, calibrated site glass, digital display inserted into thermowell pocket (on a PT100 sensor), overflow pipe, recirculation pipe, 40 mm of all round insulation, double skinned stainless steel with double skinned insulated free fitting stainless steel top. The HLT can be easily laid out to the right for an in-line configuration.
Our infusion mash Tun is fully insulated (with 40mm of PU foam) and double skinned with stainless steel, the expected loss of heat on 18 kg mash of malt over a 1.25 hour stand time is expected to be less than 1°C average over the whole mash.
This infusion mash Tun should be able to produce 80 L in the fermenting vessel of wort at a strength that should be able to produce 6% alcohol (on paler beers) at 85% efficiency with whole hops and top quality crushed 2 row malt.
Plywood varnished top with sparge arm.
Valentine flow controlling rotating arm from the mash Tun to the copper.
110 L total brim capacity, double skinned fully insulated stainless steel, sample valve, 3 kW element, plywood lid with chimney,
This vessel can be used with either whole hops or can be adapted to be used with hop pellets, various Type 90 adapters are supplied with this brewery.
Hygienic magnetic drive 24v pump.~Stainless steel hop filter to protect the heat exchanger.
30 plate (two pass) stainless steel plate heat exchanger (PHE). Copper brazed.
MDPE polyethylene 100 L flat bottom fermenting vessel with CIP head. Immersible thermostatically controlled heater.
Wort oxygenation device.
All connecting pipe work hoses and fittings, for fermenting vessels to be 4m from the Brewhouse.
Hydrometers (1.000 – 1.050 & 1.020 – 1.070), hydrometer jar, digital thermometer, valve spanner, hop filter spanner.
We will supply 1 length of heat resistant 2.5 mm 3 core cable for the 2 heating elements, it is up to your electrician to supply the remaining fittings to get this brewery operation.
The mash tun will be supplied with a stabilisation bracket and a short piece of stainless steel chain, it is up to the purchaser to secure the mash tun so it could not be in a position to fall over or overbalance.
This brewery needs to be installed on a reasonably flat floor.
A water supply will be required via a standard garden hose with standard a garden push fit fittings, 2 lengths of hose will be required.
The mash tun is a simple infusion (single temperature) system it is not RIMS or PIMS or HERMS, it does not have a rake and there is no facility to raise the temperature in the mash tun easily, if you think this is essential to produce quality beer then it’s about time you had a reality check and started to learn how to brew great beer properly, using good quality ingredients with a system that can give you significantly more control over the final flavour profile of the beer. Systems that were originally designed hundreds of years ago to maximise extract from (traditionally) of crap 6 row barley should never be considered to be essential. Quality beer starts with quality malt that will yield quality wort. Maximisation of extract should never be the aim for Outstanding Brewers.
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