FRINGS has always used extremely robust, acid-proof special pumps for the charge/discharge.
The charge pump ensures the reliable supply of the ACETATOR with mash or process water. If the medium to be pumped contains a mixture of gas and liquid (up to 40% gas content), FRINGS successfully uses pumps with so-called inducers.
It reliably conveys the required partial quantity of the aerated ACETATOR contents at high volume flow rates during discharge. Our high-quality alcohol pumps used for the SSHS process are designed according to the European ATEX standard.
For cost reasons, a vinegar factory with the necessary tank systems is rarely completely equipped with permanently installed pipes. Therefore, there is a need to be able to pump liquids into different destination tanks with mobile pumps and appropriate tubing.
For the uncomplicated transfer of large quantities of vinegar from one tank to another, FRINGS today offers very powerful inducer pumps mounted on a mobile stainless steel frame, including the necessary suction and discharge hoses and a suitable strainer.
The electrical connection is made via a cable with power plugs. We recommend the installation of a sufficient number of suitable power couplings at suitable locations in the vinegar factory.
The air impulse mixers mix large quantities of liquid reliably and in a short time. At short intervals, air is fed into the liquid, which then rises in the tank in large bubbles and creates an intensive circulation flow due to the differences in density. The sucked in air is treated by a fine filter.
Air impulse mixers are used, for example, for the optimal homogeneous mixing of the finished vinegar to ensure the homogenization of vinegars in storage tanks prior to filling or prior to the filling of tanker trucks.
In the worst case, without this mixing it can happen that vinegar is filled from a storage tank with different layers with different acid contents. Of course, this must be avoided under all circumstances.