If you need a stainless steel pressure tank, you should take a look at Cedarstone Industry products. Our tanks meet ASME code for pressurized vessels and are safe to store your products or beverages in. We craft tanks out of the best metals available and our design is second-to-none. We design tanks that improve efficiency through many means. For one, our tanks have no dead corners, which makes them much easier to clean. Furthermore, our equipment is durable and will last your business for many years. Even our valves and fittings are constructed with the same stainless steel as the tank itself. We also offer many customization options, so that you can get just what you need from your pressure tank. You may have tried to find the perfect tanks in the past, but didn’t find quite what you were in search of. Call Cedarstone Industry. There’s practically no limit to what we can create for you.
Why You Need A Stainless Steel Pressure Tank
Stainless steel, specifically 304 stainless steel, is one of the best materials for a pressure tank. the only other material that we rank above 304 stainless steel is the more-expensive 316L stainless steel. All other metals or materials pose a detriment to your product. Even other grades of steel, such as 303 for example, aren’t as durable as 304 and 316L. These metals are corrosion resistant and can withstand heat, pressure, and chemical exposure.
O the other hand, softer metals such as aluminum or copper, don’t provide the same benefit. In fact, there can be a huge downside to using tanks made with these other metals. For one, the metals can seep into your product. Not only might you notice a difference in how well your product turns out in terms of consistency, but you might also notice a different appearance or taste as well. Some metals cause discoloration of your product. Iron can even cause your food or beverage products to have a metallic taste. This can create a negative experience for your customers. At worst, this issue can cause serious health problems. give your products what they ask for—and only what they ask for—by using 304 or 316L stainless steel tanks only.
Types of Cedarstone Industry Pressure Tanks
Our pressure tanks can handle the working pressure of chemical reactions, including fermentation. Our stainless steel construction makes this possible. Additionally, our engineers make sure to meet ASME standards for our equipment. If you select the right tank for the size batches you intend to create, you’ll be sure to have a safe production when you use our tanks. We offer pressurized tanks that perform many different functions. One of our most commonly-used pieces of equipment is our fermentation tank. Popular for breweries and wineries, our fermentation tanks make sure that the quality is not lost in the beverage. Other pressure vessels include mixing tanks and cookers. As you can see, all of these tools rely on the pressure in order to create products. For cooking, the pressure helps to massively cut down on production times.
Having a quality stainless steel fermenter will allow you to execute the brewing process with complete confidence. Cedarstone’s tanks are made from 304 or 316 stainless steel and come in dual or multi-zoned glycol jackets. These tanks are the best choice when it comes to fermenting wort into beer.
For quality brewing, you’ll need careful planning and extensive attention to detail. This includes razor-sharp control of ratios. Cedarstone’s quality fermenters are designed to not only protect your products but also allow you to have control over the pressure occurred during the fermentation process. The tanks we supply are ASME certified and are great for holding the pressure over 15psi.
Furthermore, our stainless steel fermenters come with a host of customizable options. You can choose from Kieselmaan Spunding Valve, a thermowell, and 2nd Generation Perlick Stainless Sample Valve. All of these customizable options are installed by our technicians at very reasonable rates.
A bright beer tank is a vessel that holds beer after the process of primary fermentation and filtering. These tanks and vessels allow the beer to further mature, clarify and carbonate. They are also used to steer beer for, kegging, bottling, canning, and packaging.
The bright tanks at Cedarstone Industry also serve a number of purposes. Our bright tanks can reduce carbonation times significantly, allow for more efficient yeast transfers, and provide quality protection. The bright tanks are also great when used as serving tanks. In addition, our bright tanks have 4″ chloride-free insulation, come with carbonation stone assembly, and a thermowell for accurate control of brewing temperatures. Purchase a bright tank today and monitor both lager and serving temperature. You’ll also be able to measure volumes easier than ever before. Contact our representatives today to learn more about our beer bright tanks and how you can get one at great prices.
When you need a stainless steel pressure tank, you need to call Cedarstone Industry. we can’t be beat in terms of how much we offer. Anything that we don’t already provide, we can build. Our tanks have been placed indoors and outdoors, and in chemical plants and breweries of all sizes. We take pride in our customer service. That includes our design capability, our installation expertise, and the quality of our products. We can tell you just what to look for in your next pressure tank. If you’re having a hard time choosing between two options, ask us what we think. Depending on the type of product you manufacture, one may serve your needs better than another.
If you’re in the brewing industry, our advice expands to all areas of the business. In addition to general product advice, our consultants can help you grow your brewing business. We assist with business plan development, layout, operations, sales and marketing, and more. Call us at (281) 397-3700 or contact us online to inquire about any of our products or our brewery consulting service. We’re here to help with all of your brewery Stainless Steel Pressure Tank needs.