So you bought a custom grain handling system from Malt Handling, and you're finally ready to put it all together. You can take your chances with your own employees, figuring out how to put together new equipment from different manufacturers, and pulling them away from other imporant work. Or, you can take advantage of Malt Handling's highly experienced intallation team to ensure the best possible outcome.
Our installation crew will assemble your system better and faster than anyone, taking the time to make sure every detail is considered in bulding the grain handling system you envisioned with our Project Managers. If unforeseen challenges arrive, they are ready to improvise to solve problems in creative and effective ways.
Grain handling systems are all about adding effiency to your brewery or distillery, and making sure you have the right people installing your system will make sure the equipment is operating as it as intended, and at peak performance.
Part of maintaining a high-functioning, quality grain handling system is service and upkeep of equipment. Malt Handling offers service contracts of any duration, designed to keep your system running clean and efficient. Contact us in the form below to ask about details on quarterly, semi-annual, or annual service programs.
Site Survey and Consultation
So much of our preliminary spec work can be done remotely, through layout drawings, site plans, and thorough correspondence, but sometimes an on-site survey is the only way to ensure the best possible outcomes. Our team will come do a full evaluation of your facility and the cost will apply to the layout and design fee on your equipment order. Our crews are based out of Chicago, so below you can see the cost breakdown of trips in our out of our region.
Regional Site Survey and Consultation
FREE within 60 miles of Chicago. Maximum cost of $700 and round trip of 400 miles or less.
Remote Site Survey and Consultation
Approximate cost of $1,200 depending on complexity of system.
Contact us at 773-888-7718 today for scheduling.
Do you enjoy spending time in breweries and distilleries?
Do you like to travel the country and see new places?
Do you have a high mechanical aptitude and/or experience with commercial equipment assembly?
If you answered yes to the three questions above, then you may be just the person we need.
Malt Handling provides custom designed installation packages for many of your brewery distillery needs, including milling, weighing and conveying equipment, automation, pumps and pipe fitting, chiller/glycol installation, dust collection, welding and much more. Malt Handling operates in every state in the US and several other countries. We are constantly looking for new talented personnel, and we are currently looking for individuals with experience in commercial equipment assembly and/ or installation, or relatable skilled trades such as carpentry, pipe fitting, millwright or brewery/distillery experience.
The individual would need to be a road warrior with the flexibility to leave home for 5-10 days at a time on average and must possess a valid driver’s license and a reliable vehicle. Compensation will be based on relevant experience but is comparable to skilled trade prevailing wages.
If you have an interest in learning more about this promising opportunity within a great industry, please forward us your resume (or fill out the contact form below) and let’s get the conversation started.