Semi-automatic carbonation unit for precise CO2 injection, using beer flow rate to determine and maintain desired carbonation.
Precise CO2 injection
CO2 ratio controlled
CO2 is injected into the beverage through the Bucher Denwel injector, which splits the gas into microbubbles. The most efficient and instant dissolution of CO2 is achieved with only a minimal pressure drop, no gas loss and a fully hygienic design. No static mixer, or sintered candles are needed.
Precise CO2 ratio-controlled injection using a flow meter always maintains carbonation at the desired concentration. An integrated pump with a pressure holding valve maintains the required pressure for carbonation.
The unit comes assembled on a compact frame, and is tested so it can rapidly be put into operation. Proven components guarantee reliability and extended lifetime. The modular layout allows easy integration into production and efficient combination with other process units.
Carbonation: up to 6 g/l, 3 V/V (P & T dependent)
Pressure: operating 2 to 5 barg, 30 to 72 psig
Temperature: operating 0 to 5 °C, 32 to 40 °F
CIP: 2 to 5 barg, 30 to 72 psig; max. 90 °C, 200 °F
Connection: Tri-clamp; other connections upon request
Dimensions: from Height 1.9 m, 6,2’; Width 2.0 m, 6,5’; Depth 0.6 m, 2’
Weight: from 200 kg, 440 lb
Material: Stainless Steel 304, EPDM, PSU, PP