Keg Washer DIY

Attached are some notes from a 4 keg semi-auto keg washer I built.  It took about 3 months and cost about $2500.  I built it as cheap as possible for an automatic washer so feel free to substitute stainless steel, pneumatic valves, or a high temp brewery pump if you have the cash.  Hopefully this will get you started but its not a all encompassing list with a step by step parts list or instructions.  Sorry, I don’t have the time for putting a compete design tutorial together or to answer how to questions.  I’d recommend buying the $15K keg washers from folks like Premier Stainless if you have the money.  Its a TON of work and effort to plan out, order, assemble, and test.  If you’re not comfortable working with electricity/ wiring or don’t like reading through equipment manuals repeatedly, I wouldn’t try it.  Programming is easy once you figure out the logic. I have included the programming and the printout if you decide to use the same controller and configuration.  If you’re a brave soul with more heart than money, be safe and good luck!

1_Start_Here_Keg Washer Instructions

2_Functional Diagram and relay Sequencing

2a_Notes_Planning_Equip

3_Frame_Layout_

4a_Automation_Parts1

4b_Automation_Parts2

5a_Flow_Parts_Diagram1

5b_Flow_Parts_FoxxEquipment

6_Heating_Element_Ideas_Parts

7_PushButton_In_out_Programming_Notes

8a_Controller_Wiring_Notes

8b_Wiring_Notes

9_SG2_Controller_Programming

Manual_Keg_Washer_DIY_Research


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