Temperature and pressure monitoring in the cooling zones

Temperature and pressure monitoring

Several cooling zones exist in the cylindrical conical tanks which ensure that the green beer is circulated during storage by using different temperatures. For this purpose it is necessary to know and control the precise temperature of the individual cooling zones. To control the leak-tightness, it is necessary to measure the pressure in the pipelines of the cooling circuit.

Recommended solution for temperature and pressure measurement in tank cooling

Screw-in RTD temperature probe

With terminal head form B Base model: 902020

JUMO dTRANS p30

Pressure transmitter Base model: 404366

JUMO diraTRON

Compact controller Base model: 702110

JUMO dTRANS T1000

Temperature sensor with IO-Link Base model: 902915

Optimum conditions in the cooling zone

Our solution for temperature and pressure monitoring

The temperature must be exactly right in the cooling zones of the fermenting and storage tank, which is why this is measured and controlled using an RTD temperature probe and a JUMO dTRANS T1000 temperature sensor in conjunction with the JUMO diraTRON controller. Furthermore, the JUMO dTRANS p30 pressure transmitter monitors the pressure in the pipelines to ensure the leak-tightness.

Our solution for temperature and pressure monitoring

The temperature must be exactly right in the cooling zones of the fermenting and storage tank, which is why this is measured and controlled using an RTD temperature probe and a JUMO dTRANS T1000 temperature sensor in conjunction with the JUMO diraTRON controller. Furthermore, the JUMO dTRANS p30 pressure transmitter monitors the pressure in the pipelines to ensure the leak-tightness.

Your contact


Martin Eppinger, JUMO Market Segment Manager Food and Beverage

Market Segment Manager Food and Beverage

Martin Eppinger 0049 661 6003 2464 Martin.Eppinger@jumo.net 0049 661 6003 2464