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Solutions for brewhouse and cellar expansion

13 February 2017

Ziemann Holvrieka, a provider of bespoke solutions for brewery plants, was responsible for the entire production – from the malt intake system through to the bright beer tank– as part of a brewing house expansion at BrewDog’s Ellen brewery. 

The company specified the use of KSB pumping equipment and pumps throughout the brew house and in the cellar.

Non-hygienic pumps in the cellar are used to Pump glycol which is used to adjust the temperature.

Hygienic KSB Vitachrom pumps were specified for use in the beer maching process where the fermentable sugars are drawn from the grain. This process adds colour, flavour and sugars to the 70°C water. Hygienic pumps are also used to transfer wort and water between the various components of the brewing system.

The KSB Vita pump range comprises of five series which can be cleaned without leaving any residues and which is made of materials that meet both EHEDG and FDA requirements.

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