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   The picture above is of one of our Steam Jacketed Pro Series Stripping Stills.  The Stripping Still above has a Variable Speed Agitator, Insulation, CIP, 4" Butterfly Drain Valve, Site Gauge, Pressure Relief and Vacuum Valves, and a large Tube and Shell Condenser that can handle pretty much anything that you can throw at it. 

   These Pro Series Stripping Stills are designed here in the USA and built overseas by a very reputable company that has been building equipment for the US Dairy and Brewing industries for many years.   We have several  different Pro Series Stripping Stills to choose from in sizes from 50 gallons to 800 gallons.   We have Direct Fire Pro Series Stripping Stills, Jacketed Self Contained Pro Series Stripping Stills, Steam Jacketed Pro Series Stripping Stills and Steam Injected Pro Series Stripping Stills.

 

If you have any questions or if you would like to place an order  please call 417-778-6100 or email paul@distillery-equipment.com  All major credit cards are accepted.

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The Design Drawing to the left is of one of our Steam Injected Mash Tun/Stripping Stills.  This unit serves as both a Mash Cooker and Stripping Still.  The HLT supplies hot water for mashing, CIP and any other process where hot water is needed.  The HLT also supplies steam for cooking the mash and for the stripping run as well.  If your grain bill primarily consists of corn than this is the set up for you. This system has several advantages over direct fire systems. 

  1. The HLT only costs about 25% of the cost of a Low Pressure Steam Boiler, which will save you $15,000.00 or more. Even though it is always better to have a low pressure steam boiler, our steam injected systems will give you most of the same advantages.

  2. This Mash Tun/Stripping Still has a Cooling Jacket for cooling your mash from 212 F down to 155F, so that you can throw the Barley Malt and then once the Scarification process is complete the Agitator and Cooling Jacket are used to cool the mash down to 70F.  When purchasing distilling equipment many people overlook cooling for their mash tun.  Having no way to cool your mash quickly during the cooking and scarification process is a giant mistake that leads to an inferior product and extends the mashing time by many hours.  Our Steam Jacketed Mash Tuns have cooling as well.

  3. With Steam Injection you can leave the grain without having worry about scorching the mash during the cooking process.

  4. The steam injected stripping run is also done on the grain.  The steam injected stripping run strips every drop of alcohol out of the mash.  There is no residual alcohol left in the mash.  Stripping on the grain, rather than trying to separate the liquids from the solids will save you thousands of dollars over a span of a few months distilling.
  5. The steam injected stripping run separates out the liquids from the solids which saves you a great deal of time and labor. 
  6. Since the low wines are liquid with no solids you can run them in a Direct Fire Spirit Still which costs thousands less than a jacketed still.

Our steam injection boiler fired systems do have disadvantages compared to low pressure steam boilers fired systems.

1.  Steam injection is noisy because the vessel being injected with steam makes a banging noise due to the pressure wave created by the hot steam entering the cold mash.  As the temperature of the mash increases the thumping will decrease in intensity until it finally stops when the pressure becomes equal.

2 Our steam injection boilers are only about 75% efficient, were as the Rite Low Pressure Steam Boilers that we sell are around 85% efficient. So over the long term, low pressure steam boilers are more cost effective.

3.  The largest steam injection HLT that we build has a 200 gallon capacity and produces 320Kbtu  The largest still or mash tun that can be fired by it is 300 gallons.

4.  Though we have Steam Injection HLTs that are operating in distilleries all over the US, a low pressure steam boiler is easier to get past the inspectors in most instances.  However, all of our customers who purchased our Steam injection HLTs got those units through the inspection process.