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CCTM-B2 Offer for the modular tanks CCTM in configuration B2

The CCTM modular cylindrical-conical tank consists of the basic tank (BT) and the modular tank accessories (MTA). Assembling tanks to many desired configurations is possible due to the big number of combinations of expansion accessory that is combined and mounted on the basic tank. It is thus possible to equip the modular tank optimal configuration for the desired part of the beverage production process.


Description of the modular cylindrical-conical tanks CCTM in configuration B2

The highest configuration B2 presents the tank with equipment that allows you fully exploit all advantages of our CCTM modular tank system, that allows all phases production of beer, cider, wine, must, lemonades, including carbonated isobaric beverages.

A main part of the B2 set is a basic tank. The basic tank is a pressure vessel, made of stainless steel AISI 304 with respect to the food industry policy , with glossy inner surface (surface roughness 2B/2J – choice of the customer), with cylindrical upper part, conical lower part and domical upper bottom.

The modular cylindrical-conical tanks in this configuration are produce in these versions:

According to the maximal overpressure :

  • LP – Low pressure tank – maximal reachable overpressure 0.5 bar – usefull only for the fermenting process (beer, cider, wine) and production of low-pressure beverages (must, wine, juices)
  • HP – High pressure tank – maximal reachable overpressure 3.0 bar – usefull for fermentation, maturation, aeration/ carbonation/… , flotation, final treatment and tapping of both carbonated and non-carbonated beverages (beer, cider, sparkling wines, lemonades, …)

According to the quality and surface treatment :

  • SQ – standard quality – inner sheets of the cylindrical part SB Ra
  • HQ – high quality – inner sheets and weldings polished SJ Ra
  • TQ- top quality – inner sheets and weldings polished SJ Ra

Equipment of the tank allows you to set required overpressure in the tank using the relief valve and to read current pressure on the manometer. The fermentation process is indicated due bubbles that go throuhg water in the cap of the RV1 relief valve set.

The tank includes a fixed or rotational SB1 spray ball and all pipes and valves that are needes for easy cleaning and sanitizing of the tank, ideally with use the CIP station.

SV1 sample valve allows a sampling collection. There is possible to add to the tank also a carbonation equipment, dry hopping equipment or a flotation machine for puring of fruit must.

Differences between A1, A2, A3, B1 and B2 configurations :

They are several diferents of the B2 configuration in comparation with other available sets :

The LIS fill level indicator is included as standard accessory of the tank. It is advantage mainly when the tank has to be used for finalizing of a beverage production – bottling, filling beverage to kegs, pumping beverage from the tank to a pub, filtering etc.

The CS1 upper sanitizing pipe is equipped with the flap-valve, CS2 bottom arm-pipe includes two flap-valves. One just below the cone and one on end of the arm. This assembly enables whenever hermetically separate the fill level indicator from the pressure vessel, then to clean and sanitize all pipes of the level indicator and also the bottom beverage product pipes and valves. It is possible when is the tank empty or also when is full. Without the disconnecting of any parts from the tank.

Location of the flaps on the ends of the two lower pipes just below the cone prevents putrefaction yeast in long uncooled lower arms of both bottom pipes.

Described features ensure the great possibility of keeping all problematic fitting always sterile. This prevents rotting yeast inside the level indicator and also in the product filling-draining pipes. Therefore there can not occur undesired inner infection of the product.

We very recommend to prefer this A2 configuration of the CCTM tanks for all applications due many possibilities for their use and settings. The tank in B2 configuration may be ease optimalized for example to these operations : 

  1. Fermentation process and maturation (beer / cider / wine / must …) – without the fill level indicator
  2. Filtering, carbonization, filling to packages, drafting to a pub – with installed fill level indicator
  3. Etc.

The tank may be reconfigured to other configuration anytime.

CCTM configuration B2 : equipment and features

Equipment and features of the CCTM modular cylindrical-conical tanks in the B2 configuration.
CCT-M configurationB2
EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES
TO1 : filling and draining discVARIO
RO1 : Product pipe without flap valve-
RO1 : Product pipe with flap valveYES
DO1 : Draining pipe without flap valveYES
DO1 : Draining pipe with flap valve-
RO2 : Clear product flap valveYES
DO2 : Tank draining flap valveYES
SB1 : Sanitizing spray ball FIXYES
CS1 : Upper sanitizing pipe without flap valve-
CS1 : Upper sanitizing pipe with flap valveYES
CS2 : Side sanitizing pipe with flap valveYES
RV - Pressure relief valve with manometerYES
LIS : Filling level indicator set - level gaugeYES
SV1 : Sample cock with ball valveYES
CC1 : Carbonization candle with porous stoneoptional
PFH : 3-way product filling pipe for wortoptional
LAD – Ladderoptional
FEATURES & FUNCTIONS
Primary fermentation without pressure (beer / cider / wine )YES
Secondary fermentation under pressure (beer / cider / wine )3bar version
Carbonization (beer / cider / wine )3bar version
Non-izobaric filling of beverage into bottles and kegsYES
Izobaric filling of beverage into bottles and kegs3bar version
Monitoring of the actual beverage level in the tankYES
Installation / dismounting of the level gauge during operation (the tank is under pressure)YES
Mounting / dismounting the level gauge when there is no beverage in the tankYES
Cleaning and sanitizing the level gauge during operation (the tank is under pressure)YES
Cleaning and sanitizing the level gauge when there is no beverage in the tankYES
Cleaning and sanitation of RO1 and DO1 armatures during operation (the tank is under pressure)YES
Preventing the rotting of yeast in uninsulated parts of the tankYES
Manual cleaning of the product armature when the tank is full.YES
Possibility of connecting carbonization stone3bar version
Possibility connecting the hops extractorYES
Flotation machine can be connectedYES
Equipment for the complete beer fermentation process3bar version
Equipment for the complete cider fermentation process3bar version
Equipment for the complete wine fermentation processYES
Equipment for the complete sparkling wine fermentation process3bar version
Equipment for the complete fruit juice production processYES
Option to change configurationYES

Offer for the CCTM modular cylindrical-conical tanks in recommended configuration B2 :


other variants of CCTM tanks in the B2 configuration


Price list of CCTM components :

  • CCTM-BT : Offer for basic tanks of the CCTM system
  • CCTM-MTA : Offer for accessories and equipment CCTM

Offers for the CCTM modular tanks in all recommended configurations :

  • CCTM-A1 : Offer for the modular tanks CCTM in configuration A1
  • CCTM-A2 : Offer for the modular tanks CCTM in configuration A2
  • CCTM-A3 : Offer for the modular tanks CCTM in configuration A3
  • CCTM-B1 : Offer for the modular tanks CCTM in configuration B1
  • CCTM-B2 : Offer for the modular tanks CCTM in configuration B2

General informations about CCTM modular tank system


 

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