Brewing beer is a global industry, and much of its worldliness revolves around Germany, which has a long and rich history in beer. BrauBeviale is a great example (Nov. 10-12). It’s a trade fair dedicated to the whole process chain of beverage production: raw materials, technologies, logistics and marketing. More than 37,000 visitors from Europe and the rest of the world invade the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg to talk with more than 1,100 exhibitors in nine different exhibition halls.
Much of that product is beer focused. Take German powerhouse Ziemann for instance. It will be presenting its T-Rex milling system (awesomely named BTW). The T-Rex’s novel approach is based on the fact that all currently used milling systems reveal several disadvantages. Steep conditioning mills cause high maintenance costs for riffles. Dry roller mills result either in higher investment costs or a lower throughput. Hammer mills have high electricity consumption and the installed engine power is huge. In addition, all these systems are tailor-made to treat only one or two different brewing grains. If more grains are used, further machines are necessary.
Enter the T-Rex (cue appropriate roar).
The new T-Rex milling system breaks through these limits, regarding the lauter technology as well as the use of different raw materials. At the same time, the innovative universal milling system is absolutely competitive in quality, performance, maintenance and energy costs. Here are its advantages:
- Unique characteristic of flexibility concerning both upstream material flow and downstream brewing process;
- Compensation of current disadvantages;
- Exceeding previous performances regarding the raw material crushing;
- Simultaneously saving energy.
If you’re at BrauBeviale in Nuremberg, visit Ziemann in Hall 6, Stand 100. For further info, contact your local Ziemann rep.