Kreyer Temperature controllers for single tanks

The Kreyer range of temperature controllers are manufactured by internationally renowned Kreyer, a WTG Quantor brand, who have over 40 years of specialist knowledge in wine temperature control at all stages of vinification. Kreyer systems are designed to meet the rigorous requirements of modern winemaking. They are also ideal for the temperature control of beer, cider, juice, spirits and soft drinks (see Application).

These temperature controllers are designed to electronically regulate and measure the temperature (actual and set) of single tanks by controlling the flow of coolant through heat exchange jackets, however they can also be completely integrated as part of the complete VinInfo computer control system (see below).

  • Fermline Fermfix - allows the user to set or reset the temperature at the tank, option to control and export/analyse data via PC using Ferm-Software; 2 models available (VARIO and FIX)
  • Fermline Fermflex - as above, but portable so can be moved from one tank to the next which is ideal for producers who want the flexibility of a quick changeover when they to alternate between the tanks to be regulated; 3 models available (Standard, Mobile-S & Mobile-M)

Whether you require an individual Fermline for an existing tank (Fermline can be easily retrofitted to existing tanks), Fermline with tanks, or a complete temperature control system we can supply all. See Kreyer tab below.

Please call us on 01404 892100 to discuss your temperature control requirements.

Application

  • Temperature control can be a real asset to wineries in terms of optimising the consistency, the qualities, and the aromas characteristic of English and Welsh wines. Temperature can be controlled at product tank level; centrally via terminal or remotely; or via air conditioning for storage areas. These key temperature control functions can be met with Kreyer temperature control equipment:
  • Cold settling of must and juices
  • Fermentation control, including control by CO2 monitoring
  • Cold stabilisation of wines
  • Malolactic fermentation control (with heating option standard on most units)
  • Long term control of product storage temperature
  • Product chilling prior to carbonation *For beer* Brewers are looking to temperature control as a way of ensuring quality and consistency of their product. Temperature can be controlled at the room level, tank level, or product can be directly cooled or heated. This can ensure that wort is cooled at the rate you want, fermentation occurs at the rate that you want, and that your beer is stored in the conditions you want. Controlling temperature can also help your product retain some of the delicate flavours which can be easily lost. Chilling is also essential where beer is to be carbonated. These key temperature control functions can be met:
  • Rapid cooling of wort
  • Fermentation control, including control by CO2 monitoring
  • Long term control of product storage temperature
  • Product chilling prior to (and for effective) carbonation *For cider* Cider makers can use temperature control to optimise the consistency and quality of their product and chill it prior to carbonation. Temperature can be controlled at product tank level; centrally via terminal or remotely; or via air conditioning for storage areas. These functions can be met with Kreyer temperature control equipment:
  • Fermentation control
  • Long term control of product storage temperature
  • these units can be used to chill the product prior to (and for effective) carbonation. *Kreyer temperature control equipment is applicable to other drink applications, including spirits & mead; please contact us on 01404 892100 to discuss your requirements.
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