Beer Dispensing Keg Backpack
- Structure and Function of the beer keg dispenser backpack!
- The keg is a cylindrical stainless-steel drum.
- Modern kegs are often rubber-coated to protect the container from damage.
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- The propellant gas creates overpressure in the keg and the contents are pushed out through a pipe inside the keg when the tap is opened.
- The overpressure inside the keg is maintained and the foaming of the contents is reduced.
- Connection systems:
- The four connection systems mainly used by German brewers have been identified by different types (letters) to better distinguish them.
A large vinyl display cover allows quick change!
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- Cleaning and filling.
- The valve system allows the beverage manufacturer to carry out the filling fully automatically.
- After external cleaning, the keg is rinsed several times and then sterilized with hot steam to kill any germs harmful to beer.
- This tapping head is placed on top of the fitting and then turned at an angle of 60° for fixing.
- The keg is then tapped by pressing down on the lever.
- With the basket tapping head (type S), the center ram is longer than in the draft tapping head (type D) and can be recognized by the lateral V cut-outs.
- Although the two systems are mounted in the same way, they are not compatible with each other and cannot be exchanged crosswise.
- The desired data can now be affixed to it using stickers.
- You can fill the beer backpack barrels again and again with other kinds of beer.
The proprietary Rocketpacks backpack connection variant is used exclusively for disposable kegs from Lightweight tanks.
- Some breweries mark their barrels with colored bands around the barrel so that you can see what is in them.
- For example, Carlsberg has marked blue-black and Bit burger green.
- But the most common way to mark a keg barrel is the so-called fitting lid.
- This lid is made of flexible or hard plastic and is pressed onto the fitting.