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Principles and Characteristics of Beer Dispensing

Form #: 630-07A
Contents of Chapter: DISPENSING of Bottled & Canned Beer, Draught Beer, Under –Bar Storage & Dispensing Equipment, Description & Operation of Remote Systems, TUBING: Beer Line Resistance, Vinyl & Polyethylene Beer Line Resistances & Contents, FAUCETS and KEY DISPENSING SERVICE PROBLEMS/SOLUTIONS.

Bulk Milk Cooling

Form #: 630-08A
Some of the contents in this chapter are: Methods of Cooling – Ice Bank Method & Direct Expansion Method, Full Flooded Systems (Table 2 Lists the conditions, cause and effect, and the remedy of the common service problems.), the Expansion Valve & Capillary Tube Systems, Temperature Control, and Care of the Tank to name a few.

Servicing Frozen Beverage Equipment

Form #: 630-151
Some of the basic service tasks and tests that the technician should perform are discussed in this chapter. The most important tool in servicing frozen beverage equipment is the knowledge that can be obtained from the manufacturer – information found in manuals and service bulletins, or available from the manufacturer’s technical support team.

Water Coolers

Form #: 630-89
Water Cooler Chapter – All modern water coolers use hermetically sealed compressors, mostly with brazed connections. Typical water cooler compressors fall in the range of 1/10 to ¼ hp. Topics covered in this chapter: System Types, Maintenance & Service, Evacuation & Recharging, General information on replacement parts, run-times and system pressures and a Troubleshooting Section.

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