brite beer tank

Brite or Bright Beer Tanks are also known as Beer Conditioning Tanks or Beer Serving Tanks.

Brite beer tanks are used for beer storage and conditioning. A custom YoLong brite tank is welded with cooling jackets and completed with a top-dished head. The brite tank fabrication is perfectly smooth in finish and rounded in shape. Every brite tank is certified to the strictest government requirements according to each country:

  • CE
  • PED
  • AS1210-2010

CE: this marking is a certification standard that indicates the product holds conformity with safety, health, and environmental protection regulations required for products sold within the EEA – European Economic Areas.

PED: this marking is a certification standard indicating European Union Pressure Equipment Directive Certified. PED 2014/68/European Union or 97/23/European Community signifies the standards set out for the fabrication and design of pressure equipment.

220HL Brite Beer Tanks

220HL Brite Beer Tanks

AS1210 – 2010: The Australian Institute for the Certification and Personnel Inspection of Pressure Vessels. Mandatory requirements for pressure equipment protection.

Brite Tank Specifications:

  • Capacities from ½bbl and 2bbl brite beer tanks to 200bbl
  • SS 304 construction
  • Top dished head with pressure vacuum relief valve
  • Top manway or side shadowless manhole
  • Sanitary rotary spray ball
  • PU foam insulated
  • Cooling jacket on the cylinder or single wall serving tank
  • Optional jacket for hot water heating in cold area
  • Side CIP arm assembly with bung valve/spunding valve and pressure gauge
  • Sanitary thermowell
  • Sample valves
  • Bottom discharge
  • Four legs with adjustable feet (optional for anti-seismic)
  • Internal shell: 2B, External Shell polished Ra <4um
  • Available pressure tank certificates of CE, PED for 2014/68/EU, AS1210 (Australia Standard)
    brite beer tank

    brite beer tank


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