Floating Skin for DM50 and DH50
CATALOG NUMBER: S19 5/8 - CLICK HERE FOR PRICING
Floating Skin for DM80 and DH80
CATALOG NUMBER: S23 5/8 - CLICK HERE FOR PRICING
Floating Skin for DM200, DH200, DM300, DH300, EM200, EH200, EM300 and EH300
CATALOG NUMBER: S33.5 - CLICK HERE FOR PRICING
Floating Skin for Pallet Tanks PDM300 and PDH300
CATALOG NUMBER: S37/46 - CLICK HERE FOR PRICING
Floating Skin for Pallet Tanks E30
CATALOG NUMBER: S15.5 - CLICK HERE FOR PRICING
Floating “skins” are made to fit the cross section of a particular tank. They are floated on top of the wine to reduce absorption of oxygen from the tank headspace when the tank is partially filled. They should be used in conjunction with gassing the headspace with an inert gas such as nitrogen or argon. It is recommended that tanks be at least two thirds full when using skins to create a variable capacity tank. Partially filled tanks should be expected to use up sulfur at a more rapid rate than full units.
The skins are made by RF sealing a urethane membrane around a foam core. The valve shown is used to deflate the skin when used in high CO2 environments. The eyelets are for attaching a recovery cord when used in a deep tank.
The skins are significantly easier to deploy and recover through the wide mouth Dexter series tanks than the smaller opening in the ECO series tanks.
If a buoyant oak adjunct product is in use with a part fill it will be necessary to attach a sinker to the oak or it will prevent effective use of the skin.