JVNW

Stainless Steel vessels and mixers for food, wine, beer, Bio-Pharm, Pure Water, Cosmetic, Beverage/Juice, Nutraceutical, Alternative Energy.

Beer: JVNW is an equipment manufacturing company that recognizes the specific needs of the microbrewery segment of the brewing industry. Products range from individual pieces of equipment to complete turn-key systems. JVNW, Inc. is an original partner in the pioneering efforts to revive craft brewing in this country. Established in 1981 to supply tanks and equipment to all beverage producers, JVNW began building brewing vessels in a scale to fit the requirements of the small brewer. JVNW manufactured the very first brewing equipment for the early craft breweries in Oregon, Washington and California. They have supplied equipment to over 600 breweries worldwide. Cider: JVNW manufactures a wide variety of mix tanks and storage tanks for the food, beverage, ozone and pure water industries. We manufacture our own agitators and are home to the patented self-cleaning Sanifoil Impeller and patented sanitary Steady Bearing. JVNW is an equipment manufacturing company that recognizes the specific needs of the cider industry. Products range from individual pieces of equipment to complete fermentation systems. Services include cidery sizing, chiller sizing, equipment layout, professional installation, system testing, technical assistance, and follow-up support. Food/Beverage: JVNW manufactures a wide variety of mix tanks and storage tanks for the food, beverage, ozone and pure water industries. JVNW manufactures a wide variety of mix tanks and storage tanks for the food, beverage, ozone and pure water industries. Home to the patented self-cleaning Sanifoil Impeller and the newly patented SaniBearing, a sanitary steady bearing designed to be easily disassembled and removed without tools. JVNW’s in-house Mixer Lab will define the fluid characteristics of your company’s product and develop the best solution for mixer performance. Pharmaceutical: ASME coded facility. JVNW began manufacturing pharmaceutical tanks in the early 80′s.