Category : Product Descriptions

Brewery hoses serve an incredible function throughout the brewing process. From transferring between tanks, to cleaning and even distribution systems. However, there is rarely one type of hose material that meets all the needs of today’s breweries. What might work great for one application may not be the best selection for another. What follows is…
Tri-Clamp Fittings FAQ We get a lot of questions about tri-clamp fittings.  It’s understandable as they are the most popular fitting that we offer.  If you don’t see an answer to your question below, please contact us. How do you measure tri-clamp gaskets? There are a couple of ways to measure a tri-clamp fitting but…
What is a Diaphragm Valve? Diaphragm valves use a flexible seal to control the flow of liquids or process media.  There are two types of designs for diaphragm valves:  straightaway and weir. Straightaway diaphragm valves operate by pressing the flexible seal down upon the flat-bottomed body of the valve.  A Weir-style valve presses the flexible diaphragm…
Homebrewing may seem like just another “silly hobby” to many a spouse or work colleague. “Why go through all that bother when you can just buy a decent IPA at the store these days?” “Wasting another Saturday in the garage, playing Sam Adams and making ale, when you could be with us, drinking ale, at…
A Tri-clamp sight glass gives the brewer a sneak-peak into the wonderful pipeworks, boilers,  and barrels of beer whenever, and wherever, it’s transferred from point A to point B.  What you see is what you get. This is especially important and true in the complex process of brewing beer.  You want your customers to enjoy…
When you buy that first home brewing kit, you get just about everything you need, from the brewing equipment to the bottle capper.  And if you are like most of the guys who give homebrewing a try, you also get the brewing bug.  The brewing bug leads to certain side effects, like wanting to expand…
Once upon a time, a beginner home brewer set out to make a batch of rich, caramel-and-toffee flavored, “easy as can be” American brown ale.  He added his roasted malts to his Maris Otter barley. He then carefully combined them with his meticulously blended hops.  All during brewing day, he dreamt of sipping that smooth,…

A Guide to Tri-Clamp Spools

  • John Zabkowicz
  • April 30, 2021
Maybe you’re new to the homebrewing world and wonder where you can go from here, and you aren’t quite sure if you’ll need a permanent brew setup just yet.  Perhaps you’re wanting to brew your own beer and distill your own whisky but haven’t got the room for two complete setups. Or maybe you’re a…
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