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Food product tank
accumulationcylindricalfor food applications

food product tank
food product tank
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Product applications
for food products, accumulation
for food applications
Other characteristics
with agitator

Min.: 500 l (132.1 gal)

Max.: 3,000 l (792.5 gal)


The accumulation tanks provide for accumulating already-prepared brines and maintaining them in optimum conditions of viscosity and temperature until the time of their utilization, thereby freeing the BRINMIX unit for new brine preparations. Available in six models with accumulation capacity of batches up to 500, 1000, 1500, 2000, 2500 and 3000 l. As an option, they can be equipped with an BRINSTIR agitator to reduce brine cooling time and also to maintain the brine in suspension and avoid precipitations. Combined with a Brinmix, they allow for adapting complete brine preparation plants, making it possible to accumulate different types of brine in each tank for different applications. System Cylindrical accumulation tank with cover and support for optional BRINSTIR agitator and semi-spherical bottom. Optional insulated cooling jacket with automatic temperature control connectable to the plant’s cooling circuit or to an optional cooling unit. Optional system of automatic valves for brine distribution to the injector, additional accumulation tanks or any other point necessary in the production line. Control of temperature, mixing times, graphic control of brine flow between tanks and to the injector, and integrated maintenance assistant, controlled from the optional BRINMIX touch screen. Maximum easiness of cleaning and sanitation, with hygienic connections in all elements and optional CIP nozzles for cleaning the tanks.

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*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.