Beer Foam Detector – Draft system fob detectors (C786)
Kromedispense is one of the leading brands and beer FOB manufacturers renowned globally.
Foam on Beer detectors – F.O.B is a small device that results in big savings. FOB shuts off beer flow immediately after the keg goes empty but keeps the beer line full of beer. So when you tap in a new keg, no beer is wasted as foam at all.
One of the major benefits aka Beer benefit of using a Beer Foam Detector / Beer benefit as it keeps the line full of ber at all times hence Inhibiting bacterial and beer stone growth.
- Made from Food Grade Plastic
- Much greater savings is seen at installations with longer than average supply lines like Stadiums, Airports, and Hotels.
- It Reduces the amount of CO2 or Beer Gas used because it no longer fills the supply line that can escape out of the tap.
Kromedispense manufactures the best fob detectors Plastic Beer Foam Detector and Stainless steel FOB
Other Benefits of the Beer FOB detector as follows –
- More output / Yield per beer keg
- Economical Food grade plastic construction
- affordable to replace
- Easy switch left side to right side beer line connection by interchanging Black wall bracket
- Larger Chamber volume ensures a higher flow rate of beer
This FOB has a Self Sealing vent mechanism
It is a must-have for any bar that sells more kegs per week with Longer installed beer lines on the draft system.
$$ – Savings Chart
Foaming at the end of a keg and when starting a new keg cost bar operators profit from beer wastage at keg change over. Since the C786 keeps the supply lines full during keg change over, this waste and subsequent loss of profit are eliminated. Average potential savings per keg change are illustrated below
|Using a 3/8 inch ID Beer Line|
|10 ft||6 oz|
|30 ft||18 oz|
|100 ft||50 oz (2.5 pints)|
|150 ft||75 oz (Almost 4 pints!)|
document – DFC9500 / DFC 9500
|Thread Size||5/8" X 14 BSP|
Warnings / Instructions
- Important information – Prop. 65 for CA residents.
- Proposition 65 Warning: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.