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Innovative & Efficient Large Bubble Air/Gas Mixing Process for Red Wine Cap Management

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Pulsair Pneumatage is an innovative, efficient large bubble air/gas mixing process developed in 1986 and is used for red wine cap management & mixing during vinification. The process utilizes the sequential injection of large compressed air bubbles released into the bottom of the tank. The process utilizes the sequential injection of large compressed air bubbles released into the bottom of the tank. Similar to a reverse punch-down or in-tank pump-over, it is exclusively designed to pump red wine up into and over the top of buoyant red grape skins during fermentation during in cap mixing session.

Pulsair Systems Inc
Unified Symposium Booth: 1720

Pulsair Pneumatage is an innovative, efficient large bubble air/gas mixing process developed in 1986 and is used for red wine cap management & mixing during vinification. The process utilizes the sequential injection of large compressed air bubbles released into the bottom of the tank. Similar to a reverse punch-down or in-tank pump-over, it is exclusively designed to pump red wine up into and over the top of buoyant red grape skins during fermentation during in cap mixing session.  

Pulsair offers a wide variety of equipment for portable, mobile and multi-tank automation. The rising air pulses gently separate the grape cap into individual berries to enhanced infusion of phenolics, flavor, aromatics, tannins and color.  This gentle mixing process also helps significantly reduce labor costs, reduce energy consumption, reduce sanitation and increase efficiency.

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