Beer System Upgrade

Project snapshot

  • Location: Charles Darwin University Palmerston
  • Range: $25,000 - $65,000

About The Project

This project included the supply and installation of a complete beer system and refrigeration system to service 6 bar stations in the hospitality training room at CDU Palmerston.

  • To begin this upgrade, the existing beer system and associated equipment were removed.
  • A new beer system was then installed and was made up of individual beer founts, taps and Bevelled drip trays which were installed at six separate stations in the training room.
  • This beer system upgrade also involved the supply and installation of a new remote ACPAC condensing unit on the roof, a Siberian Elite 5kw glycol tank in the coolroom and a Bev85 air compressor.
  • New beer pythons, containing the beer lines and glycol lines, were also installed.
  • Furthermore, a new 3 phase 20 amp electrical feed to the condensing unit on the roof from a switchboard in the kitchen was installed, along with a new RCD circuit and weatherproof power point for the glycol unit in the coolroom.

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James Harrison, Australia, and the World's First Patented Refrigerator

James Harrison, Australia, and the World's First Patented Refrigerator

Before Scottish expatriate James Harrison, then member of the Victoria Legislative Council and owner of the Geelong Advertiser newspaper, making ice was difficult. In fact, no one had invented a mechanical method to produce ice or to refrigerate items. Whenever you use your ice machine to create a delectable cocktail for guests, or crack open a cool one on a scorching day, remember James Harrison. It is because of his ingenuity that you are able to enjoy beverages like this.

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