Mixer/Carbonating system description:
The carbonating system has been designed for high precision continuous mixing and carbonation of beverages.
Main principles of the essential components:
Exact control of the original wort (alcohol content) and CO2 content Liquid flows are measured by accurate flow meters (e.g., mass flow meter MDM or electromagnetic flow meter IZM™) and transmitted to the automatic system control. The digital controller compares the measured values in consideration of the desired mixing ratio, and the measuring devices are controlled in a way that the set values are exactly observed. Any deviations are fully compensated. Deceleration vessels avoid air coming in so that no measuring faults happen.
A booster pump conveys the finished beverage to the CO2 saturate. The saturate works on the Venture principle. The flow velocity through the saturate is kept constant within the optimum working range by an optimizing control operation. The partial vacuum generated in the area of the smallest cross-section of the saturate causes a reduction of the pressure level and thus involves the desired suction effect for CO2. Apart from that, the instantly increased flow velocity guarantees a fine distribution of the CO2 gas and its homogeneous mixing with the product. CO2 is supplied to the saturate from the pressure tank, the constant over pressure of which guarantees an equal carbonation of the beverage. In addition, this process permits a loss free supply of CO2. Consequently, the carbonation of the beverage essentially depends on the tank pressure, which is adjusted as a function of the desired CO2 set point of the specific beverage and which is only slightly higher than the saturating pressure of the product. Moreover, the temperature compensation adapts the pressure in the tank to the saturating curve.
The CO2-content is controlled by means of parameter limits by changing the pressure in the mixing tank.
1. High-precision flow meter (water and finished syrup)
2. Digital ratio control (water and finished syrup)
3. Single-stage carbonation up to 10 g CO2/l of product
4. Measuring of the CO2-content in the product
5. Direct control of the CO2-content
6. CO2-dissolving by means of special jet nozzle
7. Easy operation
8. Product monitoring by means of analyzers
9. Compact, shop-tested aggregate
Manufacturing Plant, Food & Beverage Factory
|After Warranty Service||
Video technical support, Online support, Spare parts, Field maintenance and repair service
|Place of Origin||