4 BBL / 190 Gallon Brew Kettle (Direct Fire with Sloped Bottom)
  • 4 BBL / 190 Gallon Brew Kettle
  • 4 BBL / 190 Gallon Brew Kettle
  • 4 BBL / 190 Gallon Brew Kettle
  • 4 BBL / 190 Gallon Brew Kettle
  • 4 BBL / 190 Gallon Brew Kettle
  • 4 BBL / 190 Gallon Brew Kettle
  • 4 BBL / 190 Gallon Brew Kettle
  • 4 BBL / 190 Gallon Brew Kettle
  • 4 BBL / 190 Gallon Brew Kettle
  • 4 BBL / 190 Gallon Brew Kettle
  • 4 BBL / 190 Gallon Brew Kettle

4 BBL / 190 Gallon Brew Kettle (Direct Fire with Sloped Bottom)

SKU BK190TW-TI-SG-BHS

A simple brew kettle with powerful potential for upgrades, including basic or advanced touch-screen panels control panels. This kettle is a great place to start building your 4 BBL direct fire brewery.


Features:

  • Racking Arm
  • Tangential inlet with butterfly valve
  • On legs, with sloped / slanted bottom
  • Sight glass
  • 10" Manway
  • Bottom heat shield below kettle and side heat shields that wrap around the legs
  • Bottom trub outlet, upper wort outlet  
  • Thermowell

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BK190TW-TI-SG-BHS (107) 

Price: $3,411.45
Quantity

Estimated Availability: May 04, 2019

  • Details
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  • Tangential inlet with butterfly valve
  • On legs, with sloped / slanted bottom
  • Sight glass
  • 10" Manway
  • (3) 1.5" Butterfly valves
  • Clamps/gaskets
  • Bottom heat shield below kettle and side heat shields that wrap around the legs
  • Upper wort outlet with butterfly valve (opposite the trub outlet)
  • Bottom trub outlet, upper wort outlet  
  • Thermowell
  • 6” TC  steam vent port
  • Integrated burner mounting supports (burner sold separately)
  • 3” TC port for CIP spray ball (sold separately)

  • Dimensions: 38-in. Diameter x 65-in Height (approximately)

NOTE: Exhaust ductwork requirements are a function of your installation and building design.  We recommend your burner exhaust vent system be designed or verified by a licensed professional engineer to ensure that the system will function as intended.


IMPORTANT: An improperly designed venting system may cause the burners to perform poorly or unsafely.  We also strongly recommend that an experienced HVAC company perform the installation of the exhaust venting system.