BRITE BEER TANK

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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