Brewing valves and fittings manufacturer

We are a professional manufacture of brew hardware

We are a professional manufacture of stainless steel fittings for home brewery

We are a professional manufacturer of Stainless steel valves for craft brewing.

Stainless steel fittings for craft brewing .Stainless steel accessories for craft brewing.

Stainless steel hardware for craft brewing.

We are a professional manufacturer of Stainless steel valves for home brewing.

Stainless steel fittings for home brewing .Stainless steel accessories for home brewing.

Stainless steel hardware for home brewing.

Tri Clamp fittings for home brewing.Tri Clamp fittings for craft brewing.

camlock / clamp adapter for beer brewing. Nozzle holder for beer brewing

Dip tube, Adjustable for beer brewing. racking arms for beer brewing.Thermowell for beer brewing.

Reduction BSP Male with nut for beer brewing

Reduction Clamp male avec gorge joint for beer brewing

ISO 9001 & CE approved and TUV Audit factory. 

Supplier of Brewtools , Brewtools Ball Lock Adapter, Gas, TC 1.5″ ,

Brewtools TC34mm Pull-type PRV
Manual PRV

HopDrop kit, 3″
Fits F40/F80 and other 3″

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Manufacturer Of Bunging Valves For Brewing Industry

In order to either speed up production, maintain a natural process, achieve a certain mouthfeel, follow their interpretation or simply spend less money buying carbon dioxide gas (CO2), some brewers opt to naturally carbonate their beer before packaging. This differs from America’s much more common “forced carbonation” method of forcing the proper amount of purchased or self-collected CO2 into the beer.

Because an unregulated natural carbonation requires a brewer to keep active vigil over her ferment, lest it develop head or fizz that’s too fervent or too lackadaisical, this potentially dangerous technique can leave too much to chance. As a way to control the amount of gas absorbed or released, some brewers turn to “pressurized” fermentation, otherwise known as spunding.

What is Bunging Valve and How Does it Work?

Spunding directly translates from German to English as “bunging.” This method of natural carbonation involves carefully monitoring your present gravity and sealing off the tank after the aggressive initial stages of fermentation have finished. Once your wort ferments to near your targeted final gravity (too many variables keep us from recommending how near) and you’ve closed off all orifices, you set the spunding valve you’ve attached to your tank to your desired hold-pressure. (Though the pounds per square inch depend heavily on the style and amount of carbonation you’re after as well as the actual temperature of the beer in the tank, this number will almost always hover in the single digits so that you don’t risk exceeding the safe limitations of your tank.)

The valve’s attached gauge monitors PSI (or the display could read in metric pressure units such as “bar” or “kPa” units of measurement), and any extra gas emitted above the set level triggers the variable pressure relief valve to open automatically. Once the pressure falls back down to the desired setpoint, the valve closes.

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