At American Rotary, we serve a wide range of customers with a variety of rotary phase converters units. One such market segment is food and beverage production.
In this post, we take you to Kentucky where we visit with American Rotary customer, Purple Toad Winery, to learn about their business and how they use a phase converter to get the three-phase power they need to manufacture their product.
Whether you are in winemaking, brewing, or any type of food and beverage production, this video will give you a good idea of both the production ability and the output capacity of using a rotary phase converter to obtain three-phase power at an affordable cost.
Customer Profile – Purple Toad Winery
My American Rotary Setup
To learn more about how you can get high-quality three-phase power at low cost for your industrial food and beverage production needs, visit our Food Service Applications page.
Not long ago, American Rotary made a trip out to the Pacific Northwest to visit with a number of customers. One of those visits included David Steele of Rock Point Oyster Company.
In the videos below we give you an overview of his business, a tour of his operations, and of course, his American Rotary setup. David has an incredible story and any business owner or entrepreneur will find an appreciation for David’s business.
In this video we continue our time spent at Voodoo Brewing. Here we sit down and get a first-hand take on what they believe are the 5 most important things for starting a brewery and succeeding in a competitive industry. See here for our first video, of the brewery tour.
All of American Rotary phase converters have been designed to provide the precision output voltage needed for voltage sensitive applications such as those involved in the food and beverage industry. This type of quality performance is ideal for Hobart mixers, wine presses, coffee grinders and other types of food processing machines.
This video is from our recent trip back out east to Voodoo Brewery in Meadville, Pennsylvania. The brewery is loaded with history dating back to the early 1900’s and makes exceptional barrel aged beer.
To run their equipment, they use an American Rotary AD phase converter to deliver a quality supply of power that is both high in performance and cost effective.
Join us as we go behind the scenes to take a look at their operations as well as talk with some great people we met out front in their pub! Looking to start a brewery of your own? Check out these 5 Tips for Starting a Brewery as Part 2 of this 2-Part video series.
As you can see, the building that the brewery occupies was built in 1900. A lot of times in buildings both new and old, three-phase power is not readily available. As a result, the first option many people explore is having the electric company route three-phase power to their building. However, whether your location is far or close for them to do that it is costly and more expensive than purchasing a phase converter to not only do the same thing, but deliver the precise amount of power you need and be scaled as needed.