How does FOD Work

Utilising leading edge fluid dynamic technology to provide maximum efficiency in a minimum space, results in energy efficiencies and a lower carbon footprint.

Future of Dispense will change the dynamics of dispensing beer and other cold drinks in a modern and efficient way, this will help save energy through more efficient cooling and will remove the volume of beverage from the system, therefore being environmentally friendly along with significantly reducing operating costs.

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Waste

Traditional
Bar / Cellar

1

BEER WASTAGE

Taking the average pub with 16 taps, the coils within the cooler and link lines can hold up to 2 pints of beer resulting in excessive wastage. This wastage is saved with FOD.

2

CLUTTERED CELLAR & BAR

Two remote beer coolers are required within a traditional system taking up cellar space. Shelf coolers and pods also take up space below the bar.

3

INEFFICIENT SYSTEMS

The beer travels from the keg, through the link lines, through the remote cooler and up to the tap. This is inefficient as 1/2 a pint of beer can be lost through the link line per clean.

4

INCREASED COSTS

The bar can be cluttered with shelf coolers and pods which are required as secondary cooling resources. These not only waste space, create heat and waste beer but can also cost the venue £350 per shelf cooler per annum to run.

No need for a second cellar cooler with fod

Coolers can be a long way from the barrel causing huge loses in the line

NO need for cellar cooling with FOD

NO need for shelf coolers or pods WITH FOD

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Cooled to perfection
1

SAVING BEER

No link lines or cooler coils are required with FOD which means less beer is wasted and is cooled at the point of dispense. This could be up to approx 1500 pints per annum in an average pub with 16 taps.

2

SAVING ENERGY

One beer cooler can service the entire bar, resulting in improved cellar space and approx £900 in electricity and system savings. Possibility to remove cellar cooling.

3

SAVING SPACE

No shelf coolers or pods are required at the bar resulting in electricity savings and improved space.

4

SAVING MONEY

Beer discarded down the drain line through line cleaning, space saving and energy saving could save each venue a massive £3-5K per year. To find out more call Curtis Paxman on 01484 340800.

1

BEER WASTAGE

Taking the average pub with 16 taps, the coils within the cooler and link lines can hold up to 2 pints of beer resulting in excessive wastage. This wastage is saved with FOD.

2

CLUTTERED CELLAR & BAR

Two remote beer coolers are required within a traditional system taking up cellar space. Shelf coolers and pods also take up space below the bar.

3

INEFFICIENT SYSTEMS

The beer travels from the keg, through the link lines, through the remote cooler and up to the tap. This is inefficient as 1/2 a pint of beer can be lost through the link line per clean.

4

INCREASED COSTS

The bar can be cluttered with shelf coolers and pods which are required as secondary cooling resources. These not only waste space, create heat and waste beer but can also cost the venue £350 per shelf cooler per annum to run.

1

SAVING BEER

No link lines or cooler coils are required with FOD which means less beer is wasted and is cooled at the point of dispense. This could be up to approx 1500 pints per annum in an average pub with 16 taps.

2

SAVING ENERGY

One beer cooler can service the entire bar, resulting in improved cellar space and approx £900 in electricity and system savings. Possibility to remove cellar cooling.

3

SAVING SPACE

No shelf coolers or pods are required at the bar resulting in electricity savings and improved space.

4

SAVING MONEY

Beer discarded down the drain line through line cleaning, space saving and energy saving could save each venue a massive £3-5K per year. To find out more call Curtis Paxman on 01484 340800.

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