Ferminator ensures fermentation at a precise and stable temperature. At room temp. (20°) the Ferminator can lower the temp. to 0° and raise it to 50°*.
The Ferminator makes is possible to ferment at the precise desired temperature. For example, it is possible to ferment a pilsner or lager at the proper low temperature or an ale at high temperature to achieve lots of desired esters.
The Ferminator keeps the temperature constant during the fermentation process and can of course be adjusted at any time. A constant fermentation temperature ensures unwanted flavour notes can be avoided and that the yeast will go into a hibernation state.
At room temperature (20°C) the Ferminator can lower the temperature to 0C and raise the temperature to 50°C*.
The range for temperature regulation is +-0.5°C, meaning that the temperature must be +-0.5°C beyond the set temperature before the Ferminator will start the regulation.
The Ferminator is designed to cool and heat in a perfectly tuned level with a focus on creating the best conditions for the yeast and beer. To avoid stressing the yeast or even killing it, the Ferminator is dimensioned to create a controlled and adapted temperature adjustment. The stable temperature and adjustment also ensures that the yeast will not go into a hibernation state.
Ferminator temperature adjustment intervals:
From 20°C – 5°C, in 24-48 hours*.
From 20°C – 0°C, in 48-72 hours*.
From 20°C – 40°C, in 8-12 hours*.
From 50°C – 20°C, in >24 hours*.