About this Product: (TT220) Our 22 gallon Tuff-Tank Vessel provides an easy and convenient way to handle any type of fermentation. This vessel comes with an air lock and it can be sealed airtight. This makes it effective as both a primary or secondary fermenter. The Tuff-Tank Vessel also has a handy faucet that can be used for either racking or bottling your wine. The faucet has been strategically elevated away from the very bottom so that you can easily transfer your wine or beer without transferring sediment. Our vinyl hose fits over the faucet as well.
Space-Saving Shape: The unique square shape of this rugged container makes this vessel a great space saver. This vessel is ideal when floor space is in short supply. With the Tuff-Tank Vessel you can store a lot of gallons in a little area.
Details: This vessel holds up to 22 gallons and can be used for making both wine and beer. The Tuff-Tank is made of food-grade, high-impact polymers and is completely food safe. This vessel is 28” high, 14” wide and 14” deep. An air lock is included so it can be used as either a primary or secondary fermenter and comes with a faucet for mess-free transferring or bottling.
Patented Design: These specially designed tanks have a patented, gliding-thread lid design, which also includes a gasket. This makes opening and closing the Tuff-Tank an insignificant task - No snapping, yanking or prying like some other containers requires. Just a quick spin of the lid and rest assured your Tuff-Tank is sealed up airtight and ready for fermentation.
Price includes free shipping to the 48 states and is shipped immediately from our stock.
Customer Reviews"Very Good Product" Review by Tim O (Posted on 2/12/15)
Very good product, the delivery was quick"Very good product" Review by R&A1992 (Posted on 11/4/14)
These vessels are well built. Yes their handles are difficult to hold when full, but you should plan ahead and place them in a convenient location first. The lid is easy to open and close. The only challenge I had was pouring off after the primary fermentation. The spout would easily plug. I am looking forward to many batches of wine from them."Worthless" Review by Mario (Posted on 6/19/14)
I wish they came with extra O rings that seal the lid or at least make extras available."good product" Review by chelmo (Posted on 9/19/13)
Also, It Seams to have been put together with two parts the tank and the collar that receives
the lid. Well, it leaks right there at the collar.
these work great for large batches of cider. the only drawback is the handles are just slippery ledges and you can only use your fingertips to lift. these babies weigh 180 pounds when full. i had to make "baskets" with handles out of chair webbing so two people could lift them. (patent pending) jc"Tanks prone to leakage" Review by Bigwill (Posted on 9/2/13)
The 22 Gal. tanks are great for making larger batches. However, there is a problem with the tanks. I’ve purchased 4 of the tanks and two of the tanks are leaking. It appears the tanks are extruded in 2 pieces and bonded at the seams. The leaks on both tanks are at the seam where they were bonded together."all items " Review by oldmanmoney (Posted on 6/25/13)
iam verry satisfied"Great!!" Review by ClayW87 (Posted on 4/2/13)
This is a great product, the protection from UV light, pour spout located above silt, allowing for taste tests during fermentation, and large size all come together to make this excellent for brewing!"22 gal tuff tank" Review by Greg Smerdon (Posted on 1/18/13)
This is a behemoth! You definitely want to plan ahead when placing this at a workable level because once you fill it there is no way most average humans can lift it! I recently purchased one and used it for bottling some larger batches of wine, racking into it from above from smaller 5 gallon buckets (this time had 15 gals to bottle in the largest one). The spout on this has a ribbed cone to allow for hoses to easily slide onto which I was pleasantly surprised and thankful for in ease of bottling. I have the smaller 9 and 16 gallon versions which I love to use, and this certainly helped me go on to the next step in bottling large blends/varietals.
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