For vodka production

Distill, distill and distill again. One of the most popular spirits in the world is vodka. Only by distilling through a rectifying column several times, under the right conditions and following the right procedure, are you able to distill the purest and finest vodka. We can help you with that.

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Types Overview

Vodka classic

200 l distillation boiler, with optional up to five-stage rectification with a dephlegmator, which guarantees a strong reflux (backflow). Suitable for vodkas, for pure distillate without a final aroma in the product, for wine spirits, etc. The electricity heated rectification column is located above the boiler lid and the cooler sits on a bracket on the side. At the customer's request we can also produce a multi-stage distillation column.

Capacities: 200 L, 300 L, 400 L, 500 L


Vodka strong

200 L distillation boiler, with up to eight-stage rectification with double dephlegmator, which guarantees a strong reflux (backflow). Suitable for very pure strong vodkas, for pure neutral spirits without aromas, for wine spirits, etc. Gas heating, we place the rectification columns with a higher number of stages on the table next to the boiler. The distillate (vodka) is collected in calibrated tanks placed under the table. This technology allows the rectification column to be removed from the distillation process and the technology can be used for products other than vodka. On customer's request we can also produce a multi-stage distillation column.

Volume options: 200 L, 300 L, 400 L, 500 L



What is vodka made from?
The basic raw material for vodka production is grain or potato mash, i.e. raw materials containing starch. Of course, each nation prefers different processes - for example, Finland prefers vodka made from barley, Swedish vodka is made from rye and Polish vodka is made entirely from potatoes. But you can also find vodka made from grapes, rice or sugar beet. The source of the water used is also crucial to the quality of the vodka - premium brands use soft glacial or mountain water.

Preparation of basic vodka ingredients for fermentation
The vodka production process is not complicated. The basic ingredients are crushed into small pieces and left to ferment. It is important that the raw materials used contain both starches and sugars, which can be converted into alcohol by yeast.
In the case of cereals or potatoes, for example, enzymes must be added to the crushed mixture that can break down the starches into sugars. In contrast, malted grains (whether malted barley or wheat) are naturally rich in natural enzymes.

Distillation and filtration of vodka
The next step is to distil the vodka in distillation columns, separating the pure alcohol and water. It is typical for vodkas to be distilled several times, so we offer multiple rectification columns with any number of rectification stages on request. On our 5 to 8 stage columns, the intermediate product contains 80 to 95% alcohol.
The vodka is cleaned and diluted before bottling (we offer filter units including dilution).

Spare parts catalogue for download here.

It is not legal in the Czech Republic to distill spirits without a legal permit. The sale / relocation of distillation equipment is subject to reporting requirements. The conditions for the production of distillates in the Czech Republic are defined by the Alcohol Act No. 61/1997 Coll.

Another from the category

  • For gin production

  • For beer brandy production

  • For whisky production

  • Large-capacity boilers

We will help you distill your dreams

Are you interested in our products? Do not hesitate to contact us and we will come up with the best solution and offer for you.


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