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" What is two stage heat exchanger? Two stage heat exchanger is combined by two passways, one is cold water stage, the other is glycol or alcohol cooling stage.Cold water(also call brewing water) is required to below 20 Cel "
" What is one stage heat exchanger? One stage heat exchanger(HEX) use only cold water to cool wort, what is why it is called one stage. One stage heat exchanger is much more simple. The cold water will be cooled to 3-4 Cels "
" What is UL? UL is the abbreviation of Underwriter Laboratories Inc. UL safety test is the United States the most authoritative, but also the world engaged in safety testing and identification of the larger civil instituti "
" Some questions about the PLC control in Microbrewery Equipment Now in a brewery, more and more brew masters would like to have a PLC control. It can save some recipe and also have a mashing temperature and time automatica "
" Importance Of The Controlling Cabinets About the control unit, I think it is an very critical point for the brewing process. Please pardon me for the long explanation of the principle to the controlling unit. 1. Like the "
" What can we do if lautering is difficult to move? Luatering process is variational, there are many factors that influence the lautering, like grain quality, mashing method, grain milling degree. So we have to adjust the o "
" How to produce different kinds beer by controlling mashing temperature? As we all know, there are four phases for brewing, the phase is as below: 35-40 Celsius: Dipping stage 45-55 Celsius: Protein decomposition stage 62- "
" The thermowell on tanks During the brewing whole process, temperature is very important. In the brewhouse process, the temperature is related with final wort plato, and it will affect the final beer; in the fermentation p "
" The choice on Heat Exchanger In the brewhouse unit, The malt will be boiled to get wort for fermentation and then to get the beer. The hot wort around 98℃after boiled in kettle tun, after whirlpool, the wort will pass t "