45 Bottle Tree Drainer
Everyone could use an extra hand while washing, sanitizing, and bottling their beer and wine bottles, and this 45 Bottle Tree Drainer is the perfect helper. It stores 45 bottles in an inverted position, allowing them to drip dry and keeping dust and other contaminates from entering the bottle. The non-rotating stand acts as a drip tray to further eliminate mess. A bottle rinser (not included) can be attached to the top of the bottle tree to make the process even easier.
This 45 bottle drain tree's arm segments interlock together for a firm fit to make a solid assembled unit. Its use is simple and it will help to streamline your bottle washing and sterilizing process. When you finish a bottle of wine or homebrew, rinse the bottle and put it on the bottle tree. The inverted bottles will completely drain into the drain tray/stand, drying quickly and completely. The tree does not rotate on its stand.
For sanitizing, the Vinator Bottle Rinser (BSG6794) is a big help. It attaches to the top of the bottle tree. Fill it with sanitizing solution. Take a bottle, invert it on the injector shaft, push up and down a couple times and the sanitizing solution is injected into the bottle. Swirl the sanitizer around in the bottle and hang the bottle back on the tree to drain. The bottles are ready to go.
Dimensions: Base diameter: 15.5" (39cm) Height: 25" (63cm)
The entire tree easily disassembles so that it can be stored until the next time you need it.
- Bottle tree drainer features an all plastic construction
- Stores 45 bottles in an inverted position, allowing them to drip dry and keeping dust and contaminates out
- Non-rotating stand acts as a drip tray to further eliminate mess
- Entire tree easily disassembles for easy storage
- Can be used with a bottle rinser (not included)
Product Name: 45 Bottle Tree Drainer
Model Number: 6797
Barcode: 57894152 ean
Package Dimensions: H:8.0 L:16.0 W:16.0 inches
Package Weight: 4.4 pounds
Category: Washers, Rinsers and Drainers
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