Wine and Fermentation Chillers
One of the primary factors in the design of a highly effective wine cooling system, is the system must be capable of achieving the necessary temperature for wine
production. In the case of RED wine production, the propylene glycol solution is used in tank cooling jackets that must remain at 35°F for the duration of the cooling process. In white wine production, the glycol solution must first be kept at 35°F for the initial cooling process, and then lowered to 20°F for the cold stabilization phase of processing. Cold stabilization is critical to achieving clear wines.
Contact us for a free consultation on your existing cooling system or help with planning for new cooling equipment. We are local to NC and can plan a visit to your facility on short notice. Whether your need is for a small chiller or a central cooling plant, CTI can help design the most effective system for your winery