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A pump for the python

To get the beer fresh to the tap, it is cooled on its way to the bar. Pump systems by Cornelius take care of this task.


At least ten meters usually sepa­rate a beer barrel from the beer tap at the bar. With this distance, it could mean you get a warm beer on a hot summer’s day. This problem doesn’t just impact upon the taste, but also goes against regu­la­tions. Bar oper­a­tors need to ensure a temper­a­ture of four degrees Celsius at all times. Pump systems such as ecoFLO® from the British manu­fac­turer Cornelius there­fore have hoses with inte­grated cooling, known as pythons.

An ebm-papst immer­sion pump tire­lessly dissi­pates the heat from the beer. The ecoFLO® features another high­light that saves the bar oper­ator money. Instead of contin­u­ously cooling the beer in the hose and in barrels, even when it is not needed, the ecoFLO® only jumps into action if there is a risk of the temper­a­ture rising. This saves around 42 percent on energy costs.

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