Beer Tanks

Beer tanks represent a revolutionary solution in the distribution and sale of draft beer. They enable breweries to get their product to the final consumer in the same quality as they produced it. They minimize quality losses caused by transport, storage and connection to beer routes at the point of consumption.
The core of the whole system is a welded pressure vessel – tank, equipped with fittings for connecting the filling and outlet pipes, air pipes, and a mounting hole (manhole) with a lid. It is installed at the seller (in a restaurant, pub, etc.) usually in a refrigerated cellar or box; where refrigerated space is not available, aftercooled double-shell tanks will find application.
The path of beer from producer to consumer using this system looks like this:
The beer is filled into a tank in the brewery
The tanker will transport them to a restaurant, which has beer tanks installed in suitable premises, connected to the internal distribution of beverage routes.
Beer is pumped from a tank into a tank, usually equipped with a “bag-in-tank” system
Air is blown between the tank wall and the bag, which pushes the beer into the draft head and through the tap into the beer glass.
The main advantage of this solution is that the beer does not come into contact with air or other gases all the way from the producer to the consumer and does not ventilate.

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