Since 1952 Baumer has been at the side of the brewing industry. We develop process sensor technology that perfectly serve breweries both under technical and commercial aspects. Our sensors meet the requirements of potentially explosive applications in silos, in the hot brew house environment, the hygienic and cold requirements in cellars, are up to speed and vibration present at filling and packaging installations. Designed to cope with it all, sensor operation is not impaired by such ambient conditions. Contact us, together we work on the optimum possible solution for your challenge.
To recover maximum energy out of the hot wort, the heat exchanger operating as wort cooler must be perfectly controlled. The energy amount is monitored at the point the gained hot water is reaching the hot water buffer. From here it can be used in the brewhouse for different steps.
The fermentation equipment has specific requirements on hygienic design. The growth of wanted yeast or lactic acid bacteria must be ensured while any unwanted ones must be successfully cleaned out. This requires careful handling and operation. Process speed is quite slow, but yet requires pinpoint control to be successful.
Convection ensured by temperature control ensures consistent quality of the green beer maturing. The hygienic design supports successful, simple and quick cleaning of the tanks. Though the processes are slow, they require accurate control and documentation.
Filtration has a decisive influence on how long the beer lasts without becoming cloudy, how well the foam stands and how full it tastes. The process is complex and accurate temperature, flow and differential pressure measurement can make the difference in terms of cost and quality.
Flash pasteurization does not replace the microbiological laboratory. However, optimally operated, it ensures a safe product with a low energy input. In the cross-flow process, insulated heat exchangers monitored by fast temperature sensors and sensitive differential pressure sensors ensure the best use of resources.
Smart sensor solutions reduce complexity and make your plants faster and more flexible. Convincing technology that already today meets the requirements of the digital future.
From malt and adjunct supply to logistic support - your partner from ground to glass
Baumer technology guides you safely along the entire production. Interacting technologies allow to exploit the most of the installed base throughout the plant. The certified sensor solutions comply with all requirements in brewing and packaging and support food safety.
Supporting the change process from analogue to digital communication requires flexible interfaces. Sensors equipped with IO-Link Dual Channel support both technologies. All advantages of digital integration can be used today, even if the controller requires still a 4-20mA analogue signal.
Valuable secondary sensor data:
Simple and fast commissioning
Sensor condition monitoring and secondary process values
The Baumer Connection Identifier helps find your way thru the large variety of process connections, identify the required parts and see how they fit together. The smart adapter concept allows for sensor exchange without changing the process itself. The Baumer Connection Identifier is a comfortable and safe tool to support you in finding the right components.
Smart sensor solutions for your applications
Baumer supplies solutions that optimize brewing processes, having a major influence on quality and costs. Scalable solutions and tailored packages ensure operation on high level while keeping investments low.
The basis for efficient CIP cleaning is the selection of the appropriate technology. Find out how you can sustainably optimize CIP cleaning by using sensor technology and how you can equip your plant for the future now. Save energy, water, time and cleaning agents without risking compromises in product safety. In our webinar we will show you how you can minimize bacterial contamination and comply with food safety regulations thanks to our Baumer hygiene connection.
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