Pressure cylindrical BBT tanks, cooled by water, insulated
Insulated cylindrical pressure beer tanks cooled with liquid is professional solution for all restaurants keepers for whom the savings of operating costs are at the very first place. Tanks include double cooling channels and the cooling liquid pours throug them – water or glycol, and what’s more the tanks have a cylindrical part (for some extra pay both bottoms could be insulated) insulated with PUR foam. The outer jacket is covered with insulation and it creates a clean design of stainless steel tank. It is possible to place the tanks in a non-insulated room because insulation provides the protection against unwanted escape of cold nearby the tanks. Their advantage is all above their low electric consumption when the tanks are cooled, the need of the less powerful liquid cooler and better comfort for operators who cannot work in cold room.
We offer two variations of this type beer tank :
I. BBTVI – Pressure cylindrical BBT tanks, vertical, insulated
The vertical orientation of pressure beer tanks has many practical advantages:
- Effective cleaning and sanitation of the whole tank with only one rinsing head (cost savings).
- Easy manual cleaning of both inner and outer surface of the tank – usually it is possible to stand in the inside of the tank when cleaning and it is possible to walk around the tank.
- Small space of floor area, effective usage of vertical room space.
- Easy manipulation and access to all armatures and functional parts of the tank.
- Precise tracking of product quantity in a tank using a level gauge.
Description of the cylindrical beer pressure tank, vertical, insulated :
Our production portfolio – Pressure cylindrical BBT tanks vertical, insulated :
II. BBTHI – Pressure cylindrical BBT tanks, horizontal, insulated
The horizontal orientation of the tanks is practical in breweries with insufficient height of the room dedicated for the location of the beer storage tanks.
- Horizontal beer tanks can be installed in several levels to maximize number of tanks according to the available room height.
- The main disadvantage of horizontally oriented tanks is, in particular, poor access to hidden parts of the tank, where is accumulated dirt, which can be the source of unwanted infections of yeast and beer.
- We recommend the horizontal beer tanks only for breweries with a really low ceiling height in the beer cellar.