Fermentation and Brite Tanks

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ProBrew® tanks and vessels are designed, engineered and manufactured to the highest quality standards in the industry. Design parameters such as, stainless steel selection & quality, cooling rates, insulation, cladding and supporting structure are designed to protect product integrity, maximize production yield and efficiency, and save energy and money for our customers for the brewing, filling, & sealing process.

Brewery cellar design and function can be enhanced by utilizing the all-new, ProCellar automation and technology system to deliver reliable and efficient cellar operation. The revolutionary ProCellar system automates, simplifies, and tracks all wort transfer from the brewhouse, beer transfer within the cellar, flow paths and flow rates, and continuously monitors fermenter temperatures & parameters, manages glycol control to reduce energy consumption, improves yield, reduces oxygen pickup, and integrates with a full range of filtration, separation, ProCarb™ inline carbonation and nitrogenation systems, and CIP On-Demand™ brewery CIP systems to deliver world-class efficiency, reliability, yield, and sustainability. ProCellar eliminates the need for hoses, and thereby improves efficiency, yield, and overall cleanliness and safety. Never make a beer transfer mistake again by incorporating ProCellar automation and technology. ProCellar is available in a wide range of configurations designed to suit new, existing, and expanding brewery cellars.

Tank Features
  • Fermentation Tanks1.5” Co2 filling arm
  • 1.5” Cip cleaning arm
  • 22” manway
  • 4” Dry Hop Port
  • All Tri-Clamp Fittings, can be swapped for others is requested
  • Glycol Jacketed(Dual Jacket on larger sizes)
  • 1.5” sample port
  • 1.5” Carbonation stone Port
  • 1.5” drain port
  • 1.5” Racking Arm
  • 1.5” Pressure and Temperature ports
  • 1.5” Pressure release valve
  • Scott Kelley, Co-Founder of Raised Grain Brewing Co.

    “I’ve been really impressed with the flexibility of ProBrew’s automation. I tell them ‘I’d like to do this,’ and usually the answer is ‘Okay, we can make that happen.’“