- Temperature control 5℃ to -35℃
- Both air cooled and water cooled for option
- Stainless steel brazed plate heat exchanger
- Glycol coolant flow rate up to 450LPM
- Scroll and piston compressor available
- Used for cooling Fermentation and mixers
Your Premier Fermentation Chiller Manufacturer
TopChiller provides a total water chiller solution not only for regular chiller like air chiller and water chiller but also low temperature chiller including fermentation Chiller and glycol chiller.
Fermentation chiller is the most popular glycol chiller industrial application for fermentation process. Fermentation chiller with the temperature control range of 5℃ to -35℃ and the temperature stability is +/- 2℃ to +/- 0.5℃
This kind of fermentation chiller has an inbuilt water tank as a open loop system.We call this is the buffer tank inside chiller. But the built-in glycol water pump is a must. Stainless steel plate or shell and tube heat exchanger are also available for the client’s requirements depending on closed loop refrigeration system.
The fermentation chillers designed and manufactured by TopChiller are always used in some special industrial applications like fermentation process in cooling the wort, controlling fermentation crash cooling vessels, prepackaging in breweries and beers.
Other applications include product storage such as cold stabilization, room cooling for wineries, fermentation control, cold chilling the juice, cold storage of the final product for beverage and drinking.
Circulation between distillation tanks & stills heat removal for distilleries, control of fermentation temperatures, chilling after fermentation and storage cooling for kombucha processing, are other applications of fermentation chiller.
TopChiller: Your Professional Fermentation Chiller Supplier
TopChiller is a professional glycol chiller manufacture with over 20 years experience, Our glycol chillers are widely used in some special industries.The most popular glycol chiller application is fermentation chillers for craft beverages processing. Why does TopChiller know how to match your fermented craft beverages processing?
Our refrigeration engineers understand your fermented craft process. With rich experience, we can advise you to select a proper glycol chiller and the best fermentation chiller solution for your specific needs to minimize costs. We can cite an example – there are several factors that must be considered when selecting a right brewery chiller. The exact temperature you want to achieve during the fermentation process, the brew house capacity, the quantity and volume of fermentation tanks as well as the quantity and volume of the brite tanks.
As we know glycol is very important for glycol chiller liquid, the major function of using glycol is to prevent freezing of the process fluid and ensure consistent flow at the operating temperature for glycol chiller normal working conditions. But what’s the best ratio of glycol and water mixtures? TopChiller having it’s professional tips about this as below:
16%glycol and 84%water when water temperature@0℃, 24%glycol and 76% water when water temperature@-5℃, 32%glycol and 68%water when water temperature@-10℃, 40%glycol and 60%water when water temperature@-15℃, 45%glycol and 55% water when water temperature@-20℃, 50%glycol and 50% water when water temperature@-25℃, 55%glycol and 45% water when water temperature@-30℃.
In short, the lowest glycol chiller temperature you can achieve, the higher the ratio of glycol should be. We can cite fermentation chiller breweries as examples using a 35% propylene glycol – 65% water mixture. This can be measured using a glycol refractometer. It is important to use the correct ratio of glycol to water mixture. This is because, the insufficient glycol may damage the glycol chiller, while too much can make the solution less efficient.
As a leading fermentation chiller supplier, TopChiller provides packaged glycol chiller solutions for fermentation processing. Please contact TopChiller engineering to customize your fermentation chiller for your project specifications.