7 BBL Brew Kettle - with Heat Shields, Sloped Bottom (Direct Fire)
  • BK340TW-TI-SG-BHS-LH Full
  • BK340TW-TI-SG-BHS-LH heat Shiel and mounting
  • BK340TW-TI-SG-BHS-LH Bottom Heat Shield
  • BK340TW-TI-SG-BHS-LH manway
  • BK340TW-TI-SG-BHS-LH Heat shield on
  • BK340TW-TI-SG-BHS-LH Inside
  • BK340TW-TI-SG-BHS-LH Open
  • BK340TW-TI-SG-BHS-LH Racking Arm

7 BBL Brew Kettle - with Heat Shields, Sloped Bottom (Direct Fire)


Like our 3 bbl brew kettle and 5 bbl brew kettle, this 7 bbl brew kettle contains a bottom heat shield that will help protect the burner control components from the heat that can build up under the kettle and features a side heat shield that will protect the brewer from high temperatures.


This 7 bbl brew kettle also features a new sloped bottom design that helps eliminate the risk of scorching the wort in a center pipe, which is a common concern in other brew kettle designs.

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BK340TW-TI-SG-BHS-LH (131) 

Price: $5,489.00

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  • Material: Premium virgin 304 stainless steel
  • Maximum Capacity: 340 gallons

This 7 bbl brew kettle features:

  • Sloped / slanted bottom
  • Domed top with manway
  • 6-in. steam vent port
  • Integrated (removable) CIP spray ball
  • Thermowell
  • Tangential inlet
  • Sight glass
  • Heat shields around the burner (sides) and above the burner assembly with a 15.5" round opening for burner flames. 3.75" high gap area provided for the burner
  • 45.5-in. D. x 83-in.H to top of vent port
  • (3) 1.5in. Butterfly valves
  • Clamps/gaskets


  1. Bottom trub outlet
  2. Upper wort outlet (opposite the trub outlet)
  3. Wort outlet with racking arm (above the trub outlet.  Includes supports under kettle for mounting burner (burner sold separately) 

Optional upgrade available to Advanced Heat Chamber design.  Ask us for details. 

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.  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. 

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