Lauter tun

During the lautering process, the husks of the malt, the spent grain, are separated from the wort. Here, the spent grain acts as a filter. The mash is pumped and recirculated in the circuit until a filtration layer has formed from the husks. The agitator is controlled using the pressure differential so that the filtration is efficient.

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Solutions for pressure and temperature monitoring

The ideal process is to control the agitator in the lauter tun using the pressure differential. JUMO offers reliable and completely hygienic pressure measurement technology for this purpose. The temperature is also permanently monitored to ensure optimum enzymatic processes. The measured values are the basis for the automated control of the entire process in the brewhouse, which thereby ensures the consistent quality of the beer.

Solutions for pressure and temperature monitoring

The ideal process is to control the agitator in the lauter tun using the pressure differential. JUMO offers reliable and completely hygienic pressure measurement technology for this purpose. The temperature is also permanently monitored to ensure optimum enzymatic processes. The measured values are the basis for the automated control of the entire process in the brewhouse, which thereby ensures the consistent quality of the beer.

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Martin Eppinger, JUMO Market Segment Manager Food and Beverage

Market Segment Manager Food and Beverage

Martin Eppinger +49 661 6003 2464 Martin.Eppinger@jumo.net +49 661 6003 2464