Contact Seller

Non-Alcoholic Beer Production Plant Schmidt SIGMATEC 50 hl/h

Year: 2002
Condition: Used
Located in Finland
Ref #: 108093

Product Description

Non-Alcoholic Beer Production Plant Schmidt SIGMATEC 50 hl/h.

 

Automatic dealcoholization plant with CO2 carbonization unit (Diesel) and blending control unit to produce non-alcoholic beer from continuous vacuum rectification process. API Schmidt-Bretten GmbH & CO KG made this plant in the year 2002 the capacity 50 hl/h non alcohol beer / hour. Control PLC is Siemens Panel PC, which touch screen must be replaced. All parts in contact with the product, vapor and vapor condense manufactured in stainless steel. Original documentation and PLC programs copied in digital format. Equipment is in very good condition.

 

Technical specification:

 

Product                                                      beer

Feed rate                                                   50 hl/h

Feed temperature                                      20 C

Initial alcohol content                               5,0 vol. %

Outlet temperature                                    20 C

Final alcohol content below                      0,5 vol. %

Alcohol quantity                                       330 l/h

Alcohol concentration                               approx. 68 vol. %

Steam requirement (4 bar abs.) for

preheating and energy for the column      900  kg/h

Glycol water requirement

for beer cooling (-2 0C)                             5 m3/h         

Glycol water requirement (-2 0C to 4 0C)

for condensation and aroma cooling         85 m3/h

Brewing water for aroma add back          330 l/h

Sealing water for pumps                           1,5 m3/h

Electric energy consumption for product,

vacuum and condensate pumps                38 kW

 

 

 

Working description:

The beer taken from normal brewing process is preheated from 0 C in plate heat exchanger to the necessary dealcoholization temperature of 43 0C and comes to a deaerator. Here, the carbon dioxide being obtrusive for dealcoholization is removed from the beer. Now the CO2-free beer is reaching the stripper section of the rectification column and flows to the sump of the column against upcoming vapor. Here, an intensive distilling mass transfer takes place while the alcohol is enriched in the steam phase.The pressure in the column is 100-mbar abs. and due to that the temperature in the whole plant is max. 46 – 48 0C.From the sump of the column the beer comes to an evaporator in order to gain the necessary energy from the product itself to maintain the rectification.

 

After that the dealcoholization beer is recooled: first in a plate heat exchanger against incoming beer and then in a cooling section to the final storage temperature. The vapors, which are coming out of the product, are going counter current against the liquid to the head of the column.When the alcohol vapors are reaching the head of the column the alcohol content is between 70 – 75 % by volume and is converted to the liquid phase in the subsequent condenser.

 

In the Aroma Recovery Unit aroma components are recovered and redirected into the wine/beer. The alcohol rich vapors are condensed, cooled to a low temperature and stored in a tank in the form of industrial alcohol, which is a saleable product, which can be marketed immediately. Alcohol aroma will be injected back to the dealcoholization beer and thus the original aroma of the beer can be recovered. After this beer is carbonated in carbonization unit and pumped to storage tanks for filling.

 

List of equipment:

 

- DIESEL Dicar-B beer carbonizing unit

- SCHMIDT Plate Heat Exchanger, type SIGMA

- SCHMIDT Evaporator

- SCHMIDT Degasser

- SCHMIDT Dealcoholization Columns

- SCHMIDT Condenser

- SCHMIDT Aroma recovery unit

- Centrifugal pumps (manufacturer HILGE)

- Liquid Ring Vacuum Pumps (manufacturer Siemens + Hinsch)

- Seal Water System

- PLC Control Cabinet with Siemens Panel PC 670 and 17" Touch Screen

 

Contact the Seller

For more information or to express interest in this machine,
please fill out this short enquiry form:

*First Name
*Company
*Country
*Telephone
Website
*Email
*Confirm Email
*Message

Product Description

Non-Alcoholic Beer Production Plant Schmidt SIGMATEC 50 hl/h.

 

Automatic dealcoholization plant with CO2 carbonization unit (Diesel) and blending control unit to produce non-alcoholic beer from continuous vacuum rectification process. API Schmidt-Bretten GmbH & CO KG made this plant in the year 2002 the capacity 50 hl/h non alcohol beer / hour. Control PLC is Siemens Panel PC, which touch screen must be replaced. All parts in contact with the product, vapor and vapor condense manufactured in stainless steel. Original documentation and PLC programs copied in digital format. Equipment is in very good condition.

 

Technical specification:

 

Product                                                      beer

Feed rate                                                   50 hl/h

Feed temperature                                      20 C

Initial alcohol content                               5,0 vol. %

Outlet temperature                                    20 C

Final alcohol content below                      0,5 vol. %

Alcohol quantity                                       330 l/h

Alcohol concentration                               approx. 68 vol. %

Steam requirement (4 bar abs.) for

preheating and energy for the column      900  kg/h

Glycol water requirement

for beer cooling (-2 0C)                             5 m3/h         

Glycol water requirement (-2 0C to 4 0C)

for condensation and aroma cooling         85 m3/h

Brewing water for aroma add back          330 l/h

Sealing water for pumps                           1,5 m3/h

Electric energy consumption for product,

vacuum and condensate pumps                38 kW

 

 

 

Working description:

The beer taken from normal brewing process is preheated from 0 C in plate heat exchanger to the necessary dealcoholization temperature of 43 0C and comes to a deaerator. Here, the carbon dioxide being obtrusive for dealcoholization is removed from the beer. Now the CO2-free beer is reaching the stripper section of the rectification column and flows to the sump of the column against upcoming vapor. Here, an intensive distilling mass transfer takes place while the alcohol is enriched in the steam phase.The pressure in the column is 100-mbar abs. and due to that the temperature in the whole plant is max. 46 – 48 0C.From the sump of the column the beer comes to an evaporator in order to gain the necessary energy from the product itself to maintain the rectification.

 

After that the dealcoholization beer is recooled: first in a plate heat exchanger against incoming beer and then in a cooling section to the final storage temperature. The vapors, which are coming out of the product, are going counter current against the liquid to the head of the column.When the alcohol vapors are reaching the head of the column the alcohol content is between 70 – 75 % by volume and is converted to the liquid phase in the subsequent condenser.

 

In the Aroma Recovery Unit aroma components are recovered and redirected into the wine/beer. The alcohol rich vapors are condensed, cooled to a low temperature and stored in a tank in the form of industrial alcohol, which is a saleable product, which can be marketed immediately. Alcohol aroma will be injected back to the dealcoholization beer and thus the original aroma of the beer can be recovered. After this beer is carbonated in carbonization unit and pumped to storage tanks for filling.

 

List of equipment:

 

- DIESEL Dicar-B beer carbonizing unit

- SCHMIDT Plate Heat Exchanger, type SIGMA

- SCHMIDT Evaporator

- SCHMIDT Degasser

- SCHMIDT Dealcoholization Columns

- SCHMIDT Condenser

- SCHMIDT Aroma recovery unit

- Centrifugal pumps (manufacturer HILGE)

- Liquid Ring Vacuum Pumps (manufacturer Siemens + Hinsch)

- Seal Water System

- PLC Control Cabinet with Siemens Panel PC 670 and 17" Touch Screen

 

Most Popular Searches

Important Note to Genuine Buyers!

To help in the fight against internet scammers...
If you are a genuine buyer, please add as much detail to your enquiry as possible. Full company name, full company email address (i.e. not Yahoo, Hotmail or Gmail), website and company telephone numbers will help ensure that your message is treated as a genuine enquiry!

Thank you for your understanding!

Other Info

Sell Your Machine

Why Advertising with IM is the Best Choice for You.

Latest Deals

Register to Receive Details on the Latest Machines Listed.