The intelligent combination of a frequency-controlled pump and a controlled overflow valve allows the compensation of variations in yeast consistency and wort flow rate
The method GEA developed to determine the yeast cell count through differential turbidity measurement ensures accurate yeast pitching. Variations in the basic turbidity of the wort are compensated for. A static mixer developed especially for this application provides proper mixing of the yeast into the wort. As an alternative to differential turbidity measurement, the yeast volume can also be determined by a viable cell count.