Brewers know the importance of proper line cleaning and the impact it has on their products, reputation and sales. BIOTECH introduced a new technology in beer line cleaning. BLM2000 entered the world of beer line cleaning in January 1999 by BIOTECH group of companies via support by breweries in Japan, and through successful testing gained Brewery approvals in North America, Europe and the United Kingdom. This device offers an ability to minimize contagion within, cleaning cycles. The BLM-Q is a superb technology to create a healthy dispense environment for fresh tasting draft beer.
For residential applications, cleaning should be performed after every keg or at a minimum of every two weeks. Routine cleaning is essential to maintain quality and fresh taste. For commercial applications, cleaning cycle times depend on the beer system length. Systems less than 25' in length should be cleaned at least every two weeks.
Regular cleaning of the beer line is extremely important. If cleaning is not done on a regular basis, bacteria, yeast, mold, and beer stone will build up and quickly degrade the quality and flavor of draft beer. Thirteen years since its introduction as ‘The New Concept in Beer Line Technology’; the new BLM-Q will be heralded as ‘Technology for all cleaning cycles. The BLM-Q with its patented signal technology can retard bio film growth in four separate beer lines. This device make beer line cleaning more easy to enhance the taste of beer. In short it’s a device changing the beer line cleaning industry