Jump to content
ADI Forums
GENIO

66 to 122 gal. automated GENIO Still

Recommended Posts

GENIO    3

Our 66 to 122 gal. stills range in price from USD $10,120 to $18,150.

Our stills have the following advantages:

Automated distillation runs through touchscreen computer display and ability to save up to 6 distillation runs for future production

- Full manual control with ability to observe temperature, pressure, power consumption, etc. during the entire process

Two principal distillation options:

  • Pot still mode (70 to 150 proof) for flavor rich spirits such as whiskey, brandy, rum, gin, etc.

  • Reflux still mode (190 to 193 proof) for vodka or neutral spirits for subsequent gin production

Additional options:

  • Jacketed tank for on the grain distillations

  • Agitator

 

G_250_1_small.jpg

66 gallon GENIO Still 250

G_250_15_small.jpg

GENIO Still column with copper basket and touchscreen color display computer

To see full list of options and capabilities, please visit our website at:

https://g-still.com/shop/

We have showrooms in USA, Canada, England, Poland and Australia for anyone wishing to see our equipment in action.  Our contacts can be found at the link below:

https://g-still.com/contact/

Cheers,

GENIO

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Mulderbri    1

Our GENIO 250 still is running like a champ and putting out some great vodka.  It has also made us some awesome Rum that is ageing as I type this.  Looking forward to the arrival of the new 250 liter jacketed mashing/stripping still later this month.  Can't wait to see what other great innovations are in store for the new year.  I will post some photos when the new equipment arrives.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Mulderbri    1

Here are some photos of our forthcoming jacketed MashStill. It is a combination mash tun and still which we will use for mashing and stripping to start as we are already using the existing GENIO 250 still for vodka, Rum and Whiskey.  The large manhole will be great for cleaning after mashing and the duplex columns allow for a center positioned agitator (missing from photo) which will give us some amazing mashing results.   This MashStill is fully automated and electrically fired and will be set up and used at our distillery in upstate NY.

Mashstill.jpg

Mash still.jpg

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Yidakimason    0

Do these systems require a boiler and glycol chiller?, Are they just directly heated electrically?( what voltage, 3 phase, etc...)... If the quality of product is good, then these seem to be incredible value... Who else is using these in their distillery?, I'd love to see one in action.

 

Thanks

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
GENIO    3

@Yidakimason, these systems DO NOT require a boiler or glycol chiller.  This system is heated using three electric elements which heat up food grade heat transfer fluid inside the jacket which surrounds the tank.  The power requirement is 18kW, 210-240V standard phase or 3-phase.  The oil in the jacket is cooled using a Cooling System, which is used to reduce the mash temperature for subsequent yeast pitching.  The Cooling System requires either a cold water source or a glycol chiller, but a glycol chiller is not required.  Attached is a picture of our Cooling System, which includes a high temperature pump for pumping heat transfer fluid from jacket, another smaller pump for pumping cold water or glycol fluid and a heat exchanger.  The smaller pump can also be used to recirculate cold water stored in totes, to reduce water wastage during cooling.

We have GENIO systems setup on all continents (except Antarctica), therefore please DM us or email us at info@g-still.com to obtain references and further information.

58f991720d445_CoolingSystem(small).jpg.77a7a4bed7543030d6947403dc5604f1.jpg58f9926b0e045_MashTankandCoolingSystem(small).thumb.jpg.a08955ceb8210be916efe27c34c925ef.jpg

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

×