The tank is an upright standing wine fermentation. After the fermentation has started and a marc cake has been formed. The cake comes down to the ground, breaks into pieces and is 'opened' by a system of rods.
Afterwards the juice is pumped in again via a self-rotating sprinkling system and the smashed marc cake is flooded. The pigments are washed out. This procedure is repeated several times. The principle of the 'reassembly' or reassembly has been practiced successfully all over the world.
Up to tank-ø of 2,000 mm made of AISI 316 stainless steel, surface IIId (2R), marbled outside
From tank-ø of 2,200 mm upwards made of AISI 316 L / 316 stainless steel surface IIId (2R) / IIIc (2B)
Ladder safety bow, jack rings
Made of AISI 304 stainless steel, surface IIId (2R), marbled outside
Up to tank-ø of 2,000 mm made of AISI 304 stainless steel, surface IIId (2R), marbled outside
From tank-ø of 2,200 mm upwards made of AISI 304 stainless steel, surface IIId (2R) / IIIc (2B)
Free-standing on welded-on box-shaped legs perfect stability and force transmission into the tank
Filler neck NW 400, located in tank top with an upright forward position (tank top with bead extrusion for complete ventilation)
Flap lid with vent neck NW 50 Rd 78 x 1/6"
Weld-on thread NW 10 DIN
Threaded sleeve with locking screw and cap nut NW 10 DIN
Bi-metal dial thermometer 100 mm ø, measuring range – 20 ° to + 60 °C
Weld-on thread NW 20 DIN
Sampling tap with cap nut NW 20 DIN
Reinforcing plate with drilled hole 48 mm ø (to hold flap valve Gr. 37 or weld-on thread NW 50 DIN )
Stainless steel pipeline NW 50 with self-rotating sprinkling system
Connecting thread NW 50 DIN , from ø 2,800 mm upwards with 2 flooding heads
Horizontally staggered moulded pipes break the descending marc into pieces
JUICE TOTAL OUTLET / -FILLING
Welded-on neck with thread NW 65 DIN