EUROTECH CLASSIC/PUB BREWHOUSE
EUROTECH Classic is a compact, universal stainless steel system for brewing all types of beer, from light to lager. The brewery assembly consists of two main vessels, a frame, staircase, service platform, railing, control panel, wort cooler as well as mash, wort and hot water pumps, a mash agitator and rake arms. The different technological parts of the brewery are linked by stainless steel piping and all the necessary valves, servo drives, flow meters, safety valves, sight glasses, lighting, etc. are included. The system enables both infusion and decoction brewing methods and is intended for more demanding customers with an adequate initial budget. The system adds a lot of joy and never-ending creativity to your beer making. A EUROTECH Pub Brewery differs from the EUROTECH Classic type in that it allows only for the infusion brewing method and is intended for less demanding customers with a lower initial budget. With this type of brewery, the mash process takes place in the lauter tun and the kettle serves as wort boiler. Both brewery types are identical as to their size.
EUROTECH SOLID BREWHOUSE
The new Eurotech Solid offers a unique and modern design that is based on the characteristic design elements of PSS SVIDNÍK, a.s. The brewhouse can be made out according to customer requirements in a stainless steel, copper or combined, stainless steel-copper version. This unique and sophisticated mechanism is characterized by space-saving design that is maximally adjusted to the current needs and meets the highest quality production criteria of different beer types. All hygienic, safety and technical regulations are met when working on this system. Individual technological elements of the brewhouse are built-in into the base of the brewhouse , where they are protected against any external damage. The device fits well into restaurants and pubs because of its pleasant design and easy operation.
EUROTECH Micro brewhouse is a compact, universal stainless steel system for brewing all types of beer, from light to lager. The brewhouse assembly consists of six main vessels,a frame, staircase, service platform, railing, control panel, wort cooler as well as mash, wort, cold and hot water pumps. Different technological parts of the brewhouse are linked by stainless steel piping and all the necessary valves, servo drives, flow meters, safety valves, sight glasses, lighting, etc. The system enables both infusion and decoction brewing methods; it is intended for demanding customers and for industrial beer making.
It is a vertical, tapered, cylindrical vessel serving for the beer fermentation and maturation processes. The tank has independent cooling zones and is fitted with adjustable legs.
Serving tank is a vertical, cylindrical vessel for beer storage and serving. The tank has a cooling zone and is fitted with adjustable legs.
Malt milling is carried out by means of a two or four-cylinder malt mill with an output depending on the brewhouse type, equipped at the input with a hopper with safety screen and a magnet to trap metal impurities, fitted directly on the malt grist container. It has a lever to adjust the distance between cylinders in order to obtain the required grain size and composition of the malt grist (husk 20-30 %, coarse semolina 5-10 %, fine semolina 40-60 %, flour powder 12-23 %). The malt grist container has a tilting lid in order to allow visual check of the processed materials. Its design assures dust-free operation of the entire machine.
Steam piping connects the generator to the brewery vessel. It generates steam needed for heating and boiling. The generator is designed to supply 150°C steam at 4 bar, which provides a heating speed of 1 degree per minute.
Type of steam generator:
- Electric + water treatment unit
- Gas + water treatment unit
COLD WATER TANK
Cold water tank is a vertical, double-jacketed, cylindrical vessel, PU-insulated, with a flat lid and slightly tapered bottom, intended for preparation of ice-cold water for wort cooling. Water-cooling is facilitated by a glycol duplicator system fitted in the cylindrical section, controlled by a temperature sensor and a solenoid valve in the side section of the tank. Water is cooled to 2°C. A level gauge enables visual check of the water level. Water intake into the tank is controlled by a solenoid valve, which is actuated by a float level sensor. The tank has an overflow duct that also serves as a vent. Tank lid fittings include a circular inspection opening with a diameter of 450mm, a sanitation sprinkler head and handling eyelets for easy manipulation.
The glycol-cooling unit is intended for cooling the fermentation tanks, cold-water tanks, yeast tanks and serving tanks. The unit comprises a base frame made from stainless steel I-sections, a glycol tank composed of a double-jacketed container and an insulated stainless steel lid, valves, cooling unit pumps and an electric control box. The glycol tank is filled with monopropylen glycol, diluted with water and rated to -10°C.
After the fermentation, beer can be served as fermented beer or as filtered beer that is more suitable for distribution. Filtration is done with the use of diatomaceous earth or plate filters. Filtered beer is kept in a serving tank before tapping.
BARREL WASHING AND FILLING MACHINES
Keg barrel washers and fillers are intended for internal washing and filling of keg barrels. Keg washers and fillers are made according to customer's wishes in different versions that are fit for washing and filling different keg barrel types or other small containers. Their separate functions enable keg barrel washing and filling operations to be performed simultaneousl.
INSTALATION AND SERVICE
We provide high-standard and prompt warrant and post-warranty service as well as assistance in the installation and commissioning of our products.
A machine will be installed and commissioned in accordance with pre-agreed terms and conditions. Our personnel will perform the following:
- On-site machine assembly at the customer’s place of business
- Installation (including electrical and piping connections)
- Commissioning and first batch
- Local personnel training