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A beer pump is a device that transports draft beer from a beer cooler across long distances while maintaining the beverage’s quality.
These devices are also used to dispense beer from brite tanks and drums when higher pressure is necessary. Typically, a pump attachment is linked to the handle and displays the name, brewery, beer kind, and alcoholic strength of the beer delivered through that hand pump.
- Beer pumps use pressurized air to transfer beer from a keg to a faucet.
- This can be used for both long- and short-draw systems.
- Beer and gas are completely separated in the G56 beer pump; the drive gas is never in contact with the product.
- The working pressure should range between 20 and 90 psi.
- NSF beer pump
|Flow Rate||5 GPM|
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