Brewology – The Applied Science of Brewing

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Brewology – The Applied Science of Brewing

Brewology – The Applied Science of Brewing
May 12
09:03 2015

In less than a year, Leeds-based Brewology have established themselves as a leading provider of software, packaging equipment, servicing, spares and commissioning to the brewing, food, beverage and manufacturing sectors. Combining traditional brewing techniques with 21st century advancements Brewology have helped many customers keep their projects on time and under budget.

Working closely with their supply chain Brewology offer clients value for money with a complete after sales service including expert online remote support.

Brewology help their customers to improve performance, efficiency, sustainability and lifetimes of their breweries while helping them to reduce their operations costs, maintenance costs, consumptions and unplanned down times. Customers range from large multinationals to small micro breweries.

With engineering firmly at the heart of the business, Brewology strives to provide customers with the best possible solutions to their brewing needs.

Tornado Cask Washers

It is with much excitement and after months of testing and input from brewers and brewery owners Brewology have launched a range of craft cask washers. The Tornado Cask Washers are designed to clean to the highest standards in the industry using tried and tested methods developed over the last 30 years combined with the latest of technologies to bring you an easy to use, cost efficient and reliable machine.

Brewology2May2015Ranging from 32 to 82 casks per hour the Tornado Cask Washers improves performance, efficiency and sustainability while reducing operating costs, maintenance costs and consumptions.

The key main features for the Tonado Cask Washer range include:

  • Final rinse water recycled for pre-rinse, only 4 to 6 litres of water used per cask
  • Unique high pressure pulse cleaning system with rotating cutting action producing 5 to 6 Bar
  • Optimal loading height designed to reduce back strain
  • Simple one button start
  • Temperature controlled with electric heating
  • Input your production hours and the washer will be ready to run
  • Remote diagnostics and software upgrades via the internet.

Brewology are currently testing a range of Cask Fillers and Keg Washing and Filling machines to be launched throughout the summer.

Best Possible Service

Brewology’s handpicked, highly skilled team of service engineers work closely with clients to ensure they receive the best possible service with the least amount of down time. Whether it is a routine service or an emergency breakdown Brewology’s proven track record and knowledgeable staff give customers peace of mind at all times.

Brewology’s services include:

  • brewery automation, PLC, software and control systems
  • site commissioning and installations
  • annual & routine servicing
  • emergency breakdown servicing
  • spare parts and machine tooling
  • brewhouse, vessel and machine sales.

For more information on Brewology and their services visit www.brewology.co.uk.

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