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15 Gallon Stainless Steel Conical Unitank

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15 Gallon Stainless Steel Conical Unitank with Tri Clover Compatible Fittings

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After years in development, we feel we have the best small batch size stainless steel conical fermentor on the market.  This model is a 15 gallon volume which has plenty of headspace for batches to 13 gallons.  All of our fermentors are fully welded and polished internally and externally.

The Features That Make Our Fermentors Unique

  • Massive 2" bottom dump valve.  While a 1.5" dump should be considered the minimum size to be effective, it's often clogged by more flocculent yeast or trub sediment high in hop or protein material.  Even though 2" valves and fittings are more expensive, we felt this was the best overall size to reduce any chance of clogging the dump, especially when you're trying to recover the yeast after racking off the weight of the beer. 
  • Our lid design is a simple and easy to use Tri Clover compatible cap.  No large and awkward lid with a proprietary gasket to deal with, Tri Clover Compatible gaskets are readily available and affordable enough to keep extras on hand.  Our 15 gallon model has a  8" lid for easy cleaning. The lid features a 3" Tri Clover Compatible access port that mounts the included 1" blow-off fitting and can mount our 3" Tri Clover Compatible CIP Spray Ball.
  • Triple Sealed rotating racking arm.  All of the higher end conical fermentors on the market have a rotating racking arm, but most are dependent on just the TC gasket to seal it.  When you loosen the clamp to rotate the arm, you're faced with a tricky balance of loosening it enough to rotate without it leaking.  We've solved that issue by adding 2 additional o-rings ahead of the Tri Clover compatible clamp attachment, eliminating the leaking issue and isolating that joint from your wort.  The o-rings are captured on the arm itself so they are easily removed for cleaning and sanitizing.  The ferrule on the body of the fermentor is a standard 1.5" ferrule with no special machining.
  • Separate 1.5" Tri Clover Compatible temperature monitoring port includes a thermowell and dial thermometer or replace it with one of our TC flange-mounted temperature sensors for BCS-460 / BCS-462 or BrewTroller control.


Standard Items Included with our Stainless Steel Conical Fermentors

  • 2" Tri Clover Compatible Butterfly valve for the bottom dump, including a 2" sanitary 90 degree elbow and 2" Tri Clover Compatible X 2" hose barb adapter
  • 1" Tri Clover Compatible Butterfly valve for the rotating racking arm, including a 1/2" hose barb adapter
  • 1.5" Tri Clover Compatible X 6" sanitary thermowell with 1/2" FPT inlet for the thermometer.
  • 3" Face Dial Thermometer.
  • 3" Tri Clover Compatible X 1" 90 degree hose barb blow-off fitting for the lid.
  • All of the required clamps and gaskets to be able to use your fermentor when you get it.


  • Overall height including 90* blow-off barb adapter: 44"
  • Cylinder Diameter: 15 3/4"
  • Cylinder Height of Straight Wall:  10 1/4"
  • Cone Height: 14"
  • Distance from Bottom Ferrule to Floor: 9.44"

Volume Levels

  • 1/4" gallon to the end of the racking arm.
  • 1 gallon to the ferrule of the racking arm.
  • 4 gallons to the top of the cone.
  • 6 gallons to the bottom of the temperature port.
  • 7 gallons to the top of the temperature port.

Additional Features

  • 1.5" diameter legs with 1.5" Tri Clover compatible flanges for feet.
  • Heavy Duty .059" (1.5mm) thick walls.

Fermenter vs. Fermentor; what's the difference?

For years now, we have seen both terms used interchangeably on web sites and forums. In order to be technically accurate, we did a little research to find out the difference between a fermentor and a fermenter. It turns out that a fermenter is an organism that causes or performs fermentation. A fermentor is the container or apparatus in which fermentation occurs. So your new fermenter is actually a fermentor and yeast is the fermenter! Does that make your wort the fermentee? I think this requires some more research.



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  • jason barsanti
    Dec 31, 1969, 16:00
    My wife bought this fermentor for me last Christmas and now that we've put more than a dozen batches through it I can say that I absolutely love it. The welds are perfect and the 8" access port is large enough so it's easy to clean and sanitize, the trip-clamps make it easy to customize fittings (like adding a thermowell instead of the thermometer), and the trip-clamps on the legs make it easy to lock down in the fermentation fridge. I don't think I would change a thing. The price is on the high side, but the quality absolutely backs it up.
  • Sal C
    Dec 31, 1969, 16:00
    This thing is top quality. The welds are perfect. Very easy to clean. Endless possibilities to upgrade. Well worth the extra money over the Bleichmann. Bleichamnn’s TC model comes with ball valves instead of butterfly valves and you still have to attach threaded pieces for the dump, blow off, and dip tube connections. The only negative to this model is it not rated for pressure. I pressure transfer anyway at about 2 PSI and no issues. I am not even worried about damaging the thing but I have two separate pressure relief valves just in case. Took a bit of internet searching to find a PRF rated that low though.

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