Wort can now be placed in fermentation vessel cellars ranging in capacity from 20 to 200 barrels, depending on the volume required by commercial breweries.
These containers can hold hundreds of thousands of liters/gallons of liquid. The fermentation process takes 18 to 28 days. Having more cellars means increasing production across the board.
The scaled system that Micet Group uses to make each independent water station, includes HLT, CLT, Glycol Tanks, and chiller units. Cold liquid tanks in breweries are used as buffer tanks. They contain cold water that is used as a cooling mechanism to bring the boiling wort down to the ideal temperature for fermentation to take place.
Cold liquid tanks for commercial use are essential to any brewery and must be produced by an experienced commercial brewery equipment manufacturer. YoLong precisely adjusts the size of the hot and cold water tanks, so you know each tank is enough to supply the correct amount of water to the brewing system at the correct temperature.
Cooling and fermentation temperatures can be kept constant for chillers and glycol storage that provide and store cooling capacity for CLT.
Fully Automatic CIP Station
Commercial breweries process large volumes of product on a daily basis. In addition to this, the area and equipment must meet the highest standards of hygiene + efficiency.
We design, manufacture and install fully automated brewing systems for commercial CIP (clean-in-place) stations that clean interior surfaces without disassembly. The interior of all tanks, pipes and vessels is automatically cleaned without manual labor.