What equipment does the brewery water management system include?
Water management system for breweries include all equipment needed to the filtration, chemical treatment, heating, cooling, storage and distribution of hot and cold water in a brewery. We produce and offer the stainless steel tanks for preparation, storage and dosing of hot water needed for the wort brew process and cleaning of the brewery equipment, the cold water tanks needed to the cooling of wort before the beer fermentation process, steam generators to heating and distribution of hot steam needed to the heating of the hot water tank, brewhouse and CIP station, cooling system to cooling of water in the cold water tank.
Main equipment of the water management system :
Water treatment: equipment to the treatment of drinking water to use in the beer production process.
Tanks for hot water: stainless steel vessels intended to the heating, storage and serve of hot water to use in the wort brewing process.
Tanks for cold water: stainless steel vessels intended to the cooling, storage and serve of cold water to use in the wort cooling process.
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Compact water units: special compact units that include the hot water tank, cold water tank and the cooling system all in one.
Heating of water: steam generators intended to production of hot steam for the heating of water and wort.
Cooling of water: coolers, glycol tanks, heat exchangers and other equipment for preparation and serving of cold water
Cooling of wort: plate heat exchengers intended to the cooling of wort using cold water from the cold water tank
Items needed for daily brewing in the brewery - Controls
Brewery controls can range from a simple on-off switch to your heating elements or pumps to a fully automated, programmable touchscreen interface allowing you to control everything from your HLT to your heat exchanger and everything in between! well-planned control system will not only make your brew days go a lot smoother, it’ll allow you to brew a more repeatable product, improve your brew house efficiency, and save you time, labor, and money.
There is a lot to look for when selecting a controls system. First and foremost, your controls should ensure your safety and the safety of your equipment. Many start-ups are tempted to build their own controls, or assemble a pre-engineered kit, and while this can be a fun and satisfying experience for a hobby brewer, it’s critical that the controls are engineered, assembled, and tested to conform to UL/cUL requirements in a commercial brewery. a poorly built panel will not provide adequate protection against shorts to your equipment and your brewers. Everything from the style of and location of connectors to the GFCI circuitry, power management, and heating element interlocks must be considered.
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Not all controls are created equal, and this is not an area where cutting corners can be shortsighted. For example, a lower quality control panel will regulate the power to your brew tank’s heating elements by turning off one or two of the three elements. While this reduces the total power to 66% or 33%, the third element is still operating at 100%power. Tiiantai controls adjust power to all element equally, with the ability to set them infinitely from 0-100%. If your kettle only needs 75% power to maintain a boil, this can be set. In the example above, if you needed 75%power you would have to turn on all three elements, each running at 100% power. This not only risks scorching the wort and the dreaded boil-over, but also is a waste of power and money.
Each brewery has different requirements and the control setup can vary as widely as the styles of beers being brewed with them. It’s important to talk with your controls supplier about your needs and wish-list, and put together a control system that will work for you.