When it came to addressing the strict wastewater requirements of Dubbo Regional Council, the team behind Devil’s Elbow Brewery found they needed a pH correction system to suit their specific needs.
The team at 4 Pines Brewery recommended Devil’s Elbow CEO, Brendon O’Sullivan, get in touch with Aerofloat.
“We visited the site at 4 Pines and found that the Aerofloat pH system there was exactly what we were looking for. I got in touch with the Aerofloat team straight away,” said O’Sullivan. “Aerofloat was easy to talk to and very experienced – the team really knew what our requirements were despite us being in such a niche market. Aerofloat was able to build a system to specifically suits our needs and space.”
“The Aerofloat system has been operating as smooth as silk from the word go,” said O’Sullivan. “We have remote monitoring on there, allowing us to keep track of the system. It’s nice to know that if we encounter any issues, we’re not alone. Aerofloat’s engineers can log on remotely and will be able to get us back on track without needing to be on site.”
“This particular system was unique as we designed it to be transportable using a standard sized ute,” said Aerofloat’s Tim McCann. “This kept transport costs down from Sydney to Dubbo at an absolute minimum and allowed us to arrive on site with the system as soon as Devil’s Elbow were ready for installation.”