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xxx vaf,By employing multistage cooling (cascade cooling) that uses multiple refrigeration stages in the process of cooling the large temperature differences in the cooling of the brewing water and deaerated water, power consumption can be reduced by 20 to 30%. Each refrigeration stage operates within an evaporation pressure that matches the required temperature, resulting in high performance.
We recommend indirect cooling using glycol. By utilizing a cylindrical, vertical-type, thermal stratification glycol buffer tank, load fluctuations in the fermentation and aging processes are absorbed. Additionally, the power consumption of the refrigeration system is reduced by shortening low-load operations and constantly operating in a highly efficient manner. As the tank is a vertical cylindrical, type, the power needed for the glycol pump is also reduced.,sexe sex
Breweries use a lot of steam during the brewing process. By recovering and reusing waste steam from the wort kettle, which consumes the most steam, 80% of the steam from the boiling process is reduced. The recovered steam is divided into hot water and waste steam by a dedicated scrubber, and then the steam is recompressed and reused, while the hot water is stored in a dedicated storage tank and then used for preheating the next brew.,like xvideos