DB Holding Posted September 10, 2010 Share Posted September 10, 2010 I'm from the microbrewery world so forgive my ignorance on this one. I contacted my mill supplier for a distillery build and he mentioned that he thought that maybe a mill in a distillery would require an explosion proof motor on it. I know that pumps moving distilled alcohol need to be explosion proof but what about the other motors; CIP, liquor back, wort wash transfer, mill. I'm designing the facility to have the usual separations; mill room, boiler room as well as separating the storage, still, wash and ferm rooms and thought that this would be sufficient. What's everyones experience and advice? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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