The Alfa Laval Carboset™ and Carboset™ Mini are beer carbonation systems, both excellent for accurate, automatic and low-maintenance beer carbonation and carbonation of other beverages, including soft drinks. Our beer carbonation machine is designed to fit the desired level of carbon dioxide in beer as well as the need for nitrogen in beer to match your perfect recipes.
An efficient, automatic and robust carbonation machine
- Eliminates the risk of bubble formations
- Outstanding blending accuracy
- Efficient dissolving of carbon dioxide
- Versatile and adaptable to different process requirements
- Automatic control and low maintenance
- (LxWxH): 1.5m X 1.0m X 2.3 m
- CO2 at outlet: Up to 7 g/l (final product)
*Exact dimensions vary depending on capacity range.
The Carboset™ is among the beverage systems and supplies that are developed in cooperation with the brewing industry. It is a well-proven, robust, compact beer carbonation module and a reliable, efficient and hygienic solution to improve the quality of beer and other beverages.
Designed with the craft breweries in mind. This special module helps you get the right level of carbon dioxide in beer and solves the problem of low or inconsistent carbon dioxide concentration in your beer. You may store several recipes in Carboset™ Mini with individual settings for different beers and filling lines.
- (LxWxH): 1,600 x 500 x 2,000 mm
- CO2 at outlet: 4-6 g/l
How the carbonation system works
Achieving a desired and consistent concentration of carbon dioxide in beer is not difficulty. With our carbonation system, CO2 is injected directly into the beer via a specially designed static mixer, which makes sure the gas is efficiently dissolved. You set the required carbonation level at the control panel, and flow meters, CO2 meter and a control valve ensure the exact amount of gas is dosed.
The module includes a holding cell combined with a back-pressure valve, so all gas is completely dissolved when the beer leaves the module.
A typical application could be carbonation to exactly 6.0 g/l CO2 of incoming beer at a temperature of 2°C and a pressure of 4 bar (g).