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- Fermzilla All Rounder 7.9 gallon/30 liter
Fermzilla All Rounder 7.9 gallon/30 liter
The FermZilla 30L All Rounder 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 fermenter. The key differences are that the All Rounder can be pressurized, unlike the Flat Bottom, but it does not have a dump valve like the FermZilla Conical. For fermenting under pressure or serving out of the All Rounder, we recommend using the Pressure Kit for 55L FermZilla and cutting the dip tube to the appropriate length. The pressure kit is available with either stainless or plastic ball lock caps.
- FermZilla 30L All Rounder Fermenter
- Stainless Steel Stand
- Stainless Steel Handle
- Top Lid with PRV (35 psi)
- 3-Piece Airlock
- Adhesive Thermometer
- Graduation Sticker
- 30 L (7.9 gal) Total Volume
- Pressure Rated to 2.5 Bar (36.2 psi)
- Height in Stand - 21.7"
- Height w/ Airlock - 24.2"
- Tank Diameter - 13.9"
- Lid & Collection Container Ports - 28 mm PCO 1881 threads
- Temperature Rating:
- When not under pressure, do not expose to liquids above 131°F
- When under pressure, do not expose to any temperatures above 95°F*
*Please note that the temperature rating for the FermZilla tank is lower when using it under pressure. When not under pressure, it is perfectly safe to transfer wort into the tank below 131°F or to use hot liquids below this temp for cleaning. When under pressure, make sure to keep your fermentation temperature below 95°F and keep the fermenter in an environment that is below 95°F ambient. This is especially important when fermenting with kveik yeast. These strains are known to ferment hot if no temperature control is being used. Exceeding the temperature rating may compromise the tank, leading to a shorter life span or sudden failure to maintain pressure. Even with proper use, we recommend replacing the tank every two years.