FermZilla - 30L - All Rounder - Pressure Rated Keg/Fermenter - NOW WITH STAINLESS HANDLE
This kit includes:
1 x All rounder tank
1 x Stainless Steel Handle Assembly
1 x 304 stainless stand
1 x Airlock
1 x Pressure rated lid
1 x Digital temperature sticker
1 x Red 2.5bar pressure relief valve
1 x Graduation Sticker
Easy to Clean
This fermenter is made from super smooth PET so it's easy to clean. Just use a small scoop of StellarClean (Powerful Brewery Wash) and wipe it clean after a 5 minute soak. No scrubbing necessary.
Large 120mm Opening
The opening at the top is signficantly larger then the older Snub Nose or other similar fermenters. This bad boy has 120mm opening so even brewers with large arms can easily get into the top making cleaning even easier.
This fermenter is rated up to 2.5bar so you can force carbonate just like a keg. You can use this fermenter for closed transfers and signficiantly reduce oxygen exposure.
The wall of the All Rounder is crystal clear so you can see what's going on inside. This makes it really easy to determine visually how the fermentation, how the yeast is floculating etc.
The PET plastic is not permeable like some other fermenters made from PP or HDPE. The fermenter wall is a much better gas barrier keeping your product fresher for longer.
No Flavour and Aroma Carry Over
Other HDPE fermenters tend to be so pourous they carry flavour and aroma from one batch to another.
Robust and Difficult to Damage
Impossible to smash like glass. The tank is impact resistant but light weight and easy to use.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This tank should not be used for hot liquid. Do not put liquids inside this tank over 50C. It will melt the tank. Also this tank comes pressure tested however we recommend that every 2 years you re-hydro test this tank yourself. Please contact us for more information regarding how to hydro test or refer to the hydro-test instruction manual in the 'instructions' tab.
We would also like to point out that the photos are of the FermZilla - All Rounder 30L with a red plastic pressure kit. Those items are not included in the standard kit.
KegLand FermZilla 30L - All Rounder
The FermZilla AR30 is the perfect fermentation vessel that can be used for fermenting under pressure, carbonating and dispensing. It's far more capable than the FermZilla Flat bottom but it's less complicated and less expensive than the FermZilla Conical Unitank. So like the name says it's the "All Rounder".
If you want to use this product under pressure we would recommend that you use the pressure kit.
To download the size/dimensions of this tank click here.
Please read the instructions thoroughly before use. The current version can be found in the 'instructions' tab above. We will not be held liable for misuse or mishandling of the unit contrary to the instructions.
Keeping the units out of direct sunlight is a must for all PET fermenters. Sunlight degrades PET.
When using this vessel under pressure. You must perform a water pressure check to ensure your connections are leak proof. To do this. Fill your FermZilla up with water, then apply a minimum of 15psi pressure to the vessel. Check for leaks around all Cap / Threads.
Occasionally these units may come with some small indentations/dimples/dents from shipping, this is just a reality of shipping large blow-moulded thin-walled vessels. But dont panic, these fermenters are designed to endure minor deformations such as this. This was a necessary implementation into the design so that they can withstand some accidental suction from cold crashing and rough handling in transit without compromising their integrity and ability to endure high pressures. All small dents will push out and settle with use and positive pressure and are only an issue and warrant replacement in the rare event they start to show white stress patterns or have damaged the plastic.
If you want a larger model do also have the FermZilla 60L All Rounder too.
Please ensure that your shipping information is 100% correct before submitting your order.
Hydro Test Instruction Manual
Having Trouple Removing The Lid?
Updates to the design of the FermZilla