This project involved building and commissioning of a new purpose-built microbrewery with a 35hl brewhouse. This was designed to brew a range of craft beers, to contain a 120kW cooling system, using a glycol/water mix, with a target temp of -4°C and to generate 1,060 kg/h of steam. This project was split into phases.
- The brewhouse was ordered by the manufacturing company themselves. FDT provided initial feasibility calculations and helped in original planning.
- Tender document generation for potential mechanical and electrical contractors.
- Assistance with utility supply to site.
- Meet with provisionally chosen contractor to discuss technical details.
The technical applications of the work for this project involved the preparation of tender documents for the mechanical and electrical installation.
- Supply of all pipework, excluding piping from a supplier.
- Supply of Refrigeration Plant (120 kW Cooling).
- Supply of air compressor (20 m3/h to supply oil-free dry air @ 7 barg).
- Support for positioning of plant.
- Supply and deliver cabling & electrical infrastructure
- Connection to power supply where required