Another commonly used piece of equipment at the industrial level is a non-jacketed conditioning tank. Non-jacketed conditioning tanks are also secondary tanks, where beer undergoes the process of maturation and secondary fermentation. This is the stage where beers becomes a crystal clear looking beverage. The difference between jacketed conditioning tanks and non-jacketed conditioning tanks is the use of a glycol cooling jacket to guard against changes in ambient temperature conditions.
Consider the following advantages of choosing non-jacketed tanks, also known as single-wall conditioning tanks, from Canadian Brewhouse Supplies:
- Reasonably priced
- Adjustable legs for ease of levelling
- 25% head space
- Made with 304-grade stainless steel
- Avoid the added expense of a glycol cooling jacket when it’s not required
Why Choose Non-Jacketed Tanks?
Also known as single-wall tanks, non-jacketed conditioning tanks offer an affordable alternative for those who brew in areas that are less susceptible to large variations in ambient temperature, for example when brewing in a cold room.
As with our other brewing equipment, these non-jacketed conditioning tanks are equipped with food-grade stainless steel with the highest food safety standards in mind.