Keg Washer


In stock

Material: Stainless Steel 304
Width: 48"
Depth: 42"
Height:  48"


  • Manual, 2-head keg washer
  • Available in single- or three-phase power
  • Can clean 12-16 kegs per hour
  • Manufactured in Portland, OR

FEATURES:

  • 2 reservoirs, 30-gallon gross capacity each
  • 6kw heating element
  • 1hp pump
  • Cleaner reservoir temperature control and low-level cut out switch
  • All parts commonly used and easily replaceable

UTILITY REQUIREMENTS:

  • 208-240 volts, 60hz, 30amp, single or 3 phase power
  • Low foaming caustic and non-rinse sanitizer
  • Water: 20 GPM supply at 60 PSI
  • Compressed Air: regulated and filtered, 8-15 CFM at 45 PSI
  • CO2: regulated, 8-15 CFM at 15 PSI

Instructions

Our keg washers come ready to plug in and go. Here are some instructions on how to get washing.

  1. Ensure that all valves are closed except for those on the sanke adapters
  2. Fill cleaner and sanitizer reservoirs with appropriate chemicals
  3. Connect ports “X”, “Y”, and “Z” to city water, compressed air, and CO2
  4. Connect drain line “D” to appropriate floor drain or waste water collection device
  5. Plug in control unit
  6. Set desired cleaner temperature and allow time for cleaner pre-heat
  7. Connect dirty kegs to sanke adapters and place kegs upside down atop the deck
  8. Ensure that inlet and outlet valves on sanke adapters always remain in the full open position
  9. Open the drain valve “D”
  10. Open the city water valve to pre-rinse kegs until drain line runs clear
  11. Close the city water valve, briefly open compressed air valve to push out residual rinse water, then close the compressed air valve and the drain valve.
  12. Open the cleaner reservoir return valve “B”, open the cleaner reservoir drain valve “1”, open the pump outlet valve “A”, and turn the pump on. Allow cleaner to cycle through the kegs for one to five minutes (consult your chemical supplier for recommended clean cycle timing).
  13. Turn off the pump, close the cleaner reservoir drain valve, briefly open compressed air valve to push residual cleaner back into the cleaner reservoir, close all valves.
  14. Open the drain valve and briefly open the city water inlet valve to flush out residual cleaner, close all valves.
  15. Open the sanitizer reservoir return valve “C”, open the sanitizer reservoir drain valve “2”, open the pump outlet valve “A”, and turn the pump on. Allow sanitizer to cycle through the kegs for one to five minutes (consult your chemical supplier for recommended sanitizer cycle timing).
  16. Turn off the pump, close the sanitizer reservoir drain valve, briefly open the CO2 inlet valve to push residual sanitizer back into the sanitizer reservoir and purge all oxygen from kegs, then close all valves.
  17. Optional: Slowly and carefully open the CO2 inlet valve to pressurize kegs as desired. The keg cart is equipped with a pressure relief valve “P” with a spring set to 60psi (the most common maximum pressure rating for a stainless steel keg). Ensure that the pressure relief valve is periodically cleaned, tested, and in good working condition.