Brewery & Distillery Glycol Chillers

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Which type of cooling equipment is correct for your application? Count on Thermal Care application specialists to understand your process and help you find the right chiller for your specific needs to help minimize investment and ongoing energy costs. There are several important factors to consider when selecting a brewery chiller or a chiller for a winery or distillery including brew house capacity, quantity and BBL for the fermentation tanks, quantity and BBL for the brite tanks as well as the wort cooling. Thermal Care’s brewery chillers have a high fluid flow that promotes maximum heat transfer for better product cooling and can provide temperatures from 20°F - 30°F.

Thermal Care is a leading manufacturer of industrial process cooling equipment since 1969. Our diverse line of cooling equipment includes glycol portable and central chillers, evaporative cooling towers, adiabatic fluid coolers as well as a full line of custom tank systems. Typical applications include cooling for breweries, wineries, cider mills, and spirits. Regardless of the size, we can provide you with the right chiller for your application.

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Glycol Chiller ApplicationsHow Glycol Chillers are Being Used

Breweries

Cooling the Wort
Controlling Fermentation
Crash Cooling Vessels
Prepackaging
Product Storage
Wineries Fermentation Process
Cold Stabilization
Room Cooling
Cider Mills Fermentation Control
Cold Chilling the Juice
Cold Storage of the Final Product
Distilleries Fermentation Process
Circulation Between Distillation Tanks & Stills
Heat Removal

 

Not Sure What Size Chiller Your Operation Needs?

Fill out our quick brewery sizing form and we will be able to provide you with the glycol chiller selection customized to your brewery process.

 

 

 

Active Fermentation

Quantity of Tanks
Volume (bbls)
Time (hrs)

Active fermentation assumes 70hrs and (15) bricks per barrel, if not please specify.

Fermenters Knockdown/Crash Cool

Quantity of Tanks
Volume (bbls)
Cooling Time (hrs)
Starting Temp
Ending Temp

Typical crash cooling from 75° to 35° in 18 hours.

Brite Tanks

Quantity of Tanks
Volume (bbls)

Cold Liquor Tank (CLT)

Quantity of Tanks
Volume (bbls)
Cooling Time (hrs)
Starting Temp
Ending Temp

Wort Cooling

Quantity of Tanks
Volume (bbls)
Cooling Time (hrs)
Starting Temp
Ending Temp


 
 
 
 

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