If an ordinary sink is used, a settling tank should be placed under it, as shown in Figure 75.
It is combined with a settling tank to gather particles of stock.
The stock is steamed out into a settling tank and allowed to settle over night, after which it is pumped into the soap kettle.
The lower end of this drain discharges into a cesspool, or settling tank, or into a stream, as local conditions permit.
After the wort had been pumped from the kettle its course was followed through the hop jack over the coolers to the settling tank.