The term Boiling refers to the step in the brewing process in which the wort is boiled for sterilization, to release the flavor and aroma of the hops, and to halt the enzymatic processes. Automation of the boil process
Achieving a good rolling boil is critical to achieve the desired results of the boiling process. For this reason the temperature must be closely monitored during this process. Additionally, as the protein can cause foam to build up during the boil process antifoaming agents must be injected during this process. For this reason foam sensing is important during the boil process. The Anderson-Negele difference
Anderson-Negele RTD’s offer best in class response time allowing tighter control of the boil process. The Anderson-Negele NVS level switch can be specifically configured to sense the foam created during the boil process to allow the auto dosing of anti-foam agents.
Further, as a brewers main job is cleaning the sanitary design of Anderson-Negele products allows automated clean in place cycles which won’t hold up production. Finally, the robust packaging of the Anderson-Negele product will lead to years of uninterrupted service keeping the plant up and running.
Sensors for Wort Boiling