Glacier Tanks

Rotating Racking Arms for Fermenters

Tri Clamp 60 or 90 Degree rotating racking arms

Racking Arms

The racking arm is an integral part of a cyclindro-conical fermenter. Typically found in the bottom cone of the fermentation tank, the arm is rotated slowly downwards drawing off clear liquids until the fine sediment of yeast begins to trickle through. At that point a ball valve will close off flow. Racking arms are designed to be used in conjunction with a slippery gaskets (typically a PTFE) which allows them to rotate while maintaining a fluid seal. Our bestseller by far is the 60 degree arm, but we have 90 degree racking arms available for smaller tanks where you can insert the elbow.

Glacier Tanks will accept returns of website standard stocking items, but only if:

  1. The item is new, unused, and in resellable condition:
  2. You notify Glacier Tanks and request a return authorization within 14 days of your receipt of the item; and
  3. You return the item to Glacier Tanks, postage/shipping prepaid within 5 days of Glacier Tanks' return authorization (RMA).
  4. Special/custom order items are not returnable.

  5. Gaskets and seals are not returnable.


After your items have been received by Glacier Tanks and verified to be unused, we will refund your purchase price, less shipping costs. Returns will incur a 15% restocking fee. Shipping costs are your responsibility and shall not be paid by Glacier Tanks.

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