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So, you want to start your own brewery? Whether you’re venturing into a small upstart in your garage or buying a warehouse, there are a few tanks that are great options for starting out as a beginner, as well as choices to build out from as you expand your operation.

Cone bottom tanks are also commonly known as full drain tanks, fermenter tanks, brewing tanks, and mixing tanks. They are the perfect solution for your beer brewing and distilling, ensuring that waste is minimized. They allow you to drain every drop of liquid out of them. Cone bottom tanks come in a variety of forms and sizes.

Dome Top Cone Bottom Tanks

These tank provide an enhanced means to drain out liquid and provides an offset manway for ease of access, while the arch shape of the lid provides superior strength. Dome top cone bottom tanks feature gallon indicators for easy and level viewing and are manufactured from food grade medium-density polyethylene with U.V. inhibitors. They also come in different degrees of slope based on capacity and drain out speed needed, and can facilitate the containment of fluids up to 2. specific gravity. Fashioned with tie down or lift tug to accessorize with pump and mounting pieces, these tank’s walls are translucent, allowing for a clear view of volume and gallon markers for accurate measurement. A stand is required for proper usage and ranges from 55 gallons to 1005 gallons of varying degrees.

Open Top Cone Bottom Tanks

Suited for indoor applications, open top cone bottom batch tanks are designed featuring bolt-on lid for access. Located on the sides are gallon/liter indicators to easily and accurately read measurements. Tanks are manufactured from medium-density. Manufactured from food grade medium-density polyethylene with U.V. inhibitors, they can hold fluids up to 2. specific gravity. They accommodate polyethylene hinged lids and other accessories and require a stand for support. Depending on your need, tanks can range from 55 gallon capacity to 2610 gallon capacity of varying degrees.

Small Cone Bottom Inductor Tanks

Produced from medium-density polyethylene with U.V inhibitors, small cone bottom inductor tanks are versatile plastic tanks that enables elevated drain, allowing for wide flexibility of drainage options. They are designed for the containment of liquids up to 1.7 specific gravity, while UV inhibitors protect against direct sunlight. Translucent walls allow for level viewing and gallon indicators for easy and accurate measurements. Tanks range between 7 and 110 gallon capacity.

Go To Tanks have a variety of cone bottom tanks for your brewing needs, whether you are just starting out or growing your operation. Contact us today and we’ll help you find the right tank for your brewery.

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