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ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT

A beautiful hand crafted still is just a small part of a complete distillery. Revival Stillworks is happy to provide you with all of the auxiliary equipment you will need to operate effectively. See the list of additional equipment below.


Options

type

FEATURES

Pumps

-PNEUMATIC DIAPHRAGM PUMPS

-CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS

-Positive displacement pumps

-liquid ring SCAVENGING pumps

MIXING TANKS

-TOP OR BOTTOM MOUNTED MIXERS

-IDEAL FOR BLENDING OR MACERATING

COLLECTION TANKS

-SIZED TO SUIT YOUR STILL

-LOW WINES, HIGH WINES AND SPIRIT TANKS

-hEADS/tAILS TANKS

BOTTLING TANKS

-cOOLING JACKET OPTION

-SINGLE WALL STAINLESS STEEL DESIGN

-SANITARY CONSTRUCTION WITH CIP

BARREL DUMP

-bUILT TO SUIT NUMBER AND CAPACITY OF BARRELS PROCESSED PER DAY

PLATFORMS

-SIZED TO CUSTOM FIT YOUR EQUIPMENT

BOILERS

-nATURAL GAS, lOW nOx,  PROPANE, ELECTRIC AND CLEAN STEAM OPTIONS 

CHILLERS & COOLING TOWERS

-cHILLERS SUITABLE FOR GLYCOL OR WATER

-cOOLING TOWERS FOR INCREASED EFFICIENCY

GRAIN HANDLING

-FLEXIBLE AUGERS

-GRIST HOPPERS

-ROLLER MILLS

-HAMMER MILLS

Boilers and chillers can be significant expenses when planning a distillery. The amount of cooling necessary for a still is often underestimated. For a general rule of thumb, It is best to match your maximum heating rate to your maximum cooling rate. For example: if your pot still uses 300,000 BTU/hr during its heat up time, then your maximum cooling rate potential should be 300,000 BTU/hr. This demonstrates good engineering practice as it reduces the risk of over-powering your condenser/chiller and allowing dangerous vapors from escaping your condenser.  Contact us for additional engineering services and advice.