The control cabinet/control panel is highly beneficial for the beer brewery system. Below, we will provide you with two examples to explain how the control cabinet works.
If we have multiple steps for mixing hot water and malt, such as going from 35 to 65℃,
The kettle automatically heats the mash water after we set it up at 35℃. It stops heating once the water temperature reaches 35℃ (the 35℃ hot water is then pumped into the mash tun by the brewmaster).
Then, after we set it up at 65℃, the kettle automatically heats the mash water again. It stops heating once the water temperature reaches 65℃ (the 65℃ hot water is then pumped into the mash tun by the brewmaster).
For instance, let’s say we set the fermenting temperature at 10℃.
If the actual temperature in the fermenter exceeds 10℃, the cooling system will start cooling automatically. The cooling system will stop cooling automatically once the temperature drops to 10℃.
In summary, the control cabinet makes it easier for brewmasters to control the entire brewing system. If you would like to learn more details, please feel free to contact us.