Stainless Steel
Tanks & Vessels

Processing equipment you can rely on.

We manufacture sanitary stainless steel tanks and processing equipment. In our expansive catalog you will find:

  • Multi-purpose Storage Tanks
  • Closed Tanks
  • Variable Capacity Tanks
  • Fermentation Tanks
    • Wine Fermenters
    • Conical Fermenters for Beer
  • Multi-chamber Tanks
  • Mixing Tanks
  • Pressure Vessels
  • Insulated Tanks
  • Filter Press for Wine, Beer and Beverages


Letina stainless steel tanks are customizable in many different ways to fit into your production process seamlessly. Some of the features are stacking technology, custom tops and bottoms, various footing options and different cooling/heating jackets.

All of our equipment is constructed using only high-grade stainless steel materials (AISI 304 and 316L). Welds are made using the advanced TIG method, brushed and polished for extra protection. The stainless steel tanks are rigorously tested to make sure they live up to the Letina quality standards.

Closed Top Tanks

The classic stainless steel tank with a sealed top. Whether you want a simple storage tank, a fermentation tank, something to age your product in or even a mixing vessel – this closed top tank can do it all.
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Stainless steel storage tank.
Designed to optimize the processing setup and maximize usable workspace, the multi-chamber tank offers multiple tanks in a single vessel. Its chambers are completely separated allowing you to store different fluids with no fear of cross-contamination.
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Stainless steel multi-chamber tank with multiple levels from Letina.
The square tank was designed to better adapt to modern cellars. Thanks to its rectangular shape, it neatly fits into corners and along straight walls. Placing the square tanks next to each other you gain cellar space that would otherwise be wasted due to the circular shape of other tanks.
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Side view of a stainless steel square tank from Letina.
The insulated tank was designed for processing that requires precise temperature regulation. This tank is much like other sealed vessels, with one major difference – the stainless steel tank is wrapped with a thick layer of polyurethane foam.
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Insulated stainless steel tank from Letina.

Open Top Tanks

Variable-capacity tanks have recently become a staple of the wine industry. Thanks to the “floating” lid, you don’t have to fill the variable capacity tank to its brim. The inflatable gasket achieves an air-tight seal, preventing accidental oxygen contamination.
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Stainless steel variable capacity tank from Letina.
This tank is a close variant of the PZP variable capacity tank. Designed for processing red wine, the PZPK tank comes standard with a sloped bottom and a big square door. It is intended for professional use.
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Stainless steel variable capacity tank with a sloped bottom from Letina.
The forklift transport tank is a vessel designed to be easily maneuverable with a forklift. Unlike other tanks that sit on legs, this vessel has a thick, sturdy “skirt” with 2 slots for the lifting forks. It has a floating, air-sealed lid, and an optional lifting arm.
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Stainless steel tank with a forklift skirt from Letina.
This air cap tank is a variable capacity tank designed for hobbyists and amateurs. The coat thickness is almost half of PZP/PZPK’s, making it much more affordable – but less suitable for professional use. The air-tight seal is still achieved with the help of the gasket and pump included with the tank.
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Stainless steel air cap tank from Letina.
This floating lid tank is a variable capacity tank designed for hobbyists and amateurs. The coat thickness is almost half of PZP/PZPK’s, making it much more affordable – but less suitable for professional use. The air-tight seal is achieved by applying oil around the floating lid.
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Stainless steel floating lid tank from Letina.

Wine Tanks

The “Wineficator” is a pump-over fermenter designed to make remontage easy. The HELI rotating sprinkler evenly soaks the pomace cap in the tank, while a built-in sieve separates the solid substance from the liquid.
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Stainless steel pump-over fermenter wine tank from Letina.
The tapered conical wine fermenter is a stainless steel tank designed for the production of red wines. It will appeal to those who prefer doing pigéage manually rather than automatically. Using some additional equipment, it can additionally be adapted for maceration, fermentation and clarification of white wines.
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Stainless steel tapered conical wine tank from Letina.
The “Wineficator Romat” is a punch-down fermenter designed to make pigéage easy. A three-blade impeller suppressor breaks up and submerges the pomace cap, extracting color, tannins, flavor and aromas from the marc. A special mechanism rotates the suppressor blades for 20° on each press.
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Stainless steel punch-down fermenter wine tank from Letina.
The “Wineficator Winematic” is a horizontal fermenter designed to perfect the maceration of red wine. A geared motor powers an anchor type agitator spanning the length of the fermentation tank. The gentle mixing breaks up and submerges the pomace cap, extracting color, tannins, flavor and aromas from the marc.
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Stainless steel horizontal fermenter wine tank from Letina.
The Charmat Tank is a stainless steel pressure vessel designed for sparkling wine production using the Charmat method at a work pressure of 6 bar. It has a dished top and bottom and can be equipped with special, PED manhole covers and manway doors. The pressure vessel is wrapped in a thick layer of PU foam, insulating it and ensuring minimum energy consumption.
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Stainless steel Charmat tank from Letina.

Beer Tanks

The conical fermenter is a vessel designed to produce high-quality craft beer. Often referred to as an “Unitank” by brewers, the conical fermenter can be used for fermentation, maturation and sedimentation. With a special fitting, it can even serve as a brite tank for beer carbonation.
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Side view of a stainless steel conical fermenter beer tank from Letina.
A brite tank is a vessel used to mature, clarify and carbonate beer. It gets its name after the clear, bright beer stored and processed in it. Most breweries use brite tanks as serving vessels, too.
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Stainless steel brite tank from Letina.

Other Tanks

The brandy tank was specifically designed to store brandy, gin and other liquors. Stainless steel is odorless and imparts no taste, making it the perfect material for a long-term liquor storage vessel.
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Stainless steel brandy tank from Letina.
Letina [ZU] stainless steel tanks are designed specifically for olive oil storage and have several quality-of-life features aimed at the edible oils industry. Conical bottoms enable purging, special valves make racking easy, and the inert gas fitting prevents oxidation.
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Stainless steel olive oil storage tank from Letina.

Processing Equipment

The mixing tank with agitator was designed primarily for the wine, food and beverage industries. The built-in flow breaker helps the agitator efficiently mix, agitate or gently stir your products. A folding cover comes standard with the mixing tank to make charging easy.
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Stainless steel mixing tank with agitator from Letina.
A filter press is a tool used in separation and filtration processes, specifically to separate solids and liquids. It consists of many alternating frames and plates. Our frame filter press was designed specifically to sterilize wine, beer, liquor, olive oil, milk and other similar liquids.
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Frame and plate filter press from Letina.

Why Stainless Steel

Long Life-span

Stainless steel comes with a 30 year warranty. With proper care it can last much longer.

Toughness

Once stainless steel is molded, it's hard to deform or crack under stress.

Highly Resistant

Stainless steel tanks are resistant to corrosion, UV rays, chemical abrasion and extreme temperatures.

Extremely Versatile

Stainless steel tanks are easily customizable depending on their intended use.

Sanitary

Stainless steel tanks are very hygienic and possess anti-bacterial properties.

Eco-friendly

Thanks to advances in manufacturing technology, stainless steel is easily recyclable and produced sustainably.

 

Thanks to the combination of the above featured properties,
stainless steel tanks have a tremendously high value-to-cost ratio.

Letina tanks are made of AISI 304 grade stainless steel. It offers the best properties for sanitary, food and beverage processing. For highly-corrosive environments, such as salty or acidic areas, tanks are manufactured out of the higher-grade AISI 316L stainless steel.

AISI 304 stainless steel is an austenitic metal, which means it has the following properties:

  • Great corrosion resistance in normal environments
  • Great performance at low temperatures
  • Good performance at high temperatures
  • Easily work-hardened
  • Good ductility and formability
  • Excellent weldability
  • Great suitability for hygienic environments
  • Non-magnetic

AISI 316L stainless steel has all of the benefits of its 304 sister metal, with a minor difference in structure.

The “L” in AISI 316L stands for “low” carbon content, resulting in a minor strength boost.

AISI 316L is “rich” in Molybdenum (Mo) which further increases its corrosion resistance, making it suitable for marine environments.

If your equipment is located in a salty or acidic environment, AISI 316L is a must.

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What You Get
 By Partnering With Letina 

Turn-key Solutions

Describe your unique situation and let us take care of the rest. You will receive a permanent, turn-key solution.​
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Technical Consulting

Need help? Talk us through the problems you're facing and our technicians will help you find the optimal solution.
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Long-term Support

Processing is challenging work. We're here to make it easier - that's why we offer life-long support to all of our partners.
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Industry Certified

When it comes to quality, there is no compromise. Your products will exceed all industry standards.​
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Global
Network

With 53 distributors spanning 5 continents, you can rest assured we can fulfill your needs.​
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Manufacturing Capabilities

State-of-the-art facilities enable us to serve every request you have - no matter how big or small.
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  • Turn-key Solutions

    Describe your unique situation and let us take care of the rest. You will receive a permanent, turn-key solution.​

  • Technical Consulting

    Need help? Talk us through the problems you're facing and our technicians will help you find the optimal solution.

  • Long-term Support

    Processing is challenging work. We're here to make it easier - that's why we offer life-long support to all of our partners.

  • Industry Certified

    When it comes to quality, there is no compromise. Your products will exceed all industry standards.​

  • Global Network

    With 53 distributors spanning 5 continents, you can rest assured we can fulfill your needs.​

  • Manufacturing Capabilities

    State-of-the-art facilities enable us to serve every request you have - no matter how big or small.

Ready to simplify your processing?

Let us help you. Describe your needs as best you can with the help of the form below. Our friendly staff will contact you with helpful suggestions and describe the next steps.

1) You order a tank.

You receive our quote and decide whether you want to change it. If you're satisfied, we move onto the design and engineering phase.

2) We design it.

You give us inputs based on the drawings we send you. It is an iterative process and we only stop when you're 100% satisfied.

3) You approve the plans.

You sign the final version of the drawing and email it to us. We then schedule the tank for manufacture. You still have some time for making small changes.

4) We manufacture it.

Your final tank design enters the production line. It is assembled from high-grade stainless steel using advanced welding techniques.

5) You take delivery.

Your tank is shipped out to you, including a manual and proper maintenance guide. We'll always be there for you to provide assistance.