Cuve de fermentation 60 litres, avec couvercle - 'Speidel'
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- Cuve de fermentation en plastique
- Résistante à lŽalcool
- Appropriée pour les denrées alimentaires
- Hauteur : 61 cm
- Diamètre de lŽouverture : 34 cm
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Cuve de fermentation 60 litres, avec couvercle - 'Speidel' Récipient universel en plastique 60 L pour la mise en réserve ou la fermentation de votre moût, jus, marc ou d'autres liquides. Nous le fournissons avec couvercle muni dŽune ouverture pour y mettre le bouchon en caoutchouc avec trou pour la bonde de fermentation. Un deuxième couvercle plus petit sert à fermer l'ouverture latérale. Comme accessoires, nous pouvons aussi vous livrer des couvercles sans ouverture, des robinets, des bondes de fermentation des bouchons en caoutchouc ainsi que toutes sortes de pièces de rechange
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Also be aware of who you purchase from. Some vendors in Germany may not send all the advertised parts.
Things I like:
1. Large capacity at a reasonable cost. Much more reasonable at $89 I've seen recently than $119 that I paid, but....
2. Good design -- The bottom port looks to be at a good height to avoid pulling the trub (I'm a brewer, not sure if that's the right term for wine) when gravity draining. The build quality is excellent. Tiny amount of plastic and other manufacturing detritus inside the tank when I cleaned and sanitized. Handles are sturdy and work well.
3. Like the air lock -- Wow this is a simple design. Like your standard 3-piece locks on steroids with 1 less part. Wasn't sure why it was so big until I realized the port diameter was the same as the bottom port and the solid screw-on lid fits on the bottom or top.
4. Two FermWraps (40 watt heater strips) fit nicely - vertically and on the circumference. I don't know that I need two, but my basement runs 58-60F during the winter and I have them, so....
5. Easy to store -- While I'd love a big stainless conical. This fits under my laundry room table (without the airlock) for storage. That conical would be wherever I put it for a long time.
Things I'm getting used to:
1. The method of clamping the top to the vessel is ingenious. It has a relatively large unclamped vs. clamped diameter making it easy to operate. The getting used to it part results from the secondary positioning clips. That they allow removal for cleaning and sanitization is a win. Getting it back in isn't hard, but takes a minute.
Things I don't like:
1. No Thermowell - I had to put the thermocouple in between the rubber stopper for the air lock and the port. I'm not sure I'm getting a great seal. I have a Fast Fermenter that I'm so-so about, but one feature I really like on that product is the thermowell. I can put the thermocouple in the well and get accurate internal temps without contacting the liquid. Cost has to be pretty reasonable. Really wish this had one.
2. I wish this had volume markings molded in. That would be so easy to add. I had to use a magic marker with 5 gallon pours to calibrate it.
3. The top gasket - I was impressed until I used it. While it looks like it could be well-retained to the lid with the nibs around the inside, it falls out with any more force than gravity. Sometimes it stays with the lid, sometimes it stays on the fermenter, but it has fallen into my wine too. I have to remove the top daily to push the grape skins around during the first week and find this frustrating.
Summary -- I'm happy I bought this. It is much better than a brew bucket and my glass carboys don't work for the first phase of making a wine with grape skins. Would I have been happier with a nice 15 gallon stainless conical. You bet, but I drive a Ford, not a Ferrari....