Beer Racking Arm Tri Clamp - 1/1.5"
1.5" Tri Clamp Beer Racking Arm - 19mm O.D (SS304)
A racking arm is a component attached to the side or bottom of a beer tank, typically near the bottom cone or at a specific level within the tank. It consists of a curved or angled pipe with a valve or a flow control mechanism. The purpose of the racking arm is to allow brewers to draw beer from the tank while minimizing the pickup of sediment or trub (the solid particles that settle during fermentation) that may have settled at the bottom of the tank.
By adjusting the position of the racking arm, brewers can control the flow of beer and ensure that they are drawing clear beer without disturbing the sediment at the bottom. This is particularly important when transferring beer for packaging or for further processing, as it helps maintain the clarity and quality of the final product.
Racking arms are commonly used in breweries that employ conical fermentation vessels or bright tanks, where the sediment settles at the bottom due to gravity. The design and operation of racking arms may vary depending on the specific brewery setup and equipment.
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