No product description availableParty Pump with Keg Tap and S-Type Sankey Keg Coupler
This high quality keg party pump is everything that you need to have ice cold beer on tap.
No need for a gas cannister and seperate beer tap and cooler. Just connect this to your keg and you're ready to serve. The hand pressure pump system allows you to add enough pressure to the keg to start the beer flowing, all you need to do is to put your keg on ice in a bucket and you're ready to serve it as soon as it's as cool as you like it
This automated party pump with integral keg tap is an easy way to dispense your keg beers. Simply connect to your chosen keg, pump the handle a few times and dispense nice fresh beer.
This unit comes with a S Type Keg Coupler
meaning it will fit all Scottish & Newcastle brands as well as others including:Kronenburg, Fosters, Carlsberg, Carlsberg Export, Heineken, John Smiths, Pilsner Urquell, Erdinger Wiessbier, San Miguel, Red Stripe etc.
Charges - All orders for UK mainland delivery over £100 (excluding VAT) are delivered FREE of charge* below this amount there is a small charge of £7.95 for website orders*. Please note: these charges are for delivery to site only, unpacking, positioning and installation are not included, and these may be available in some cases for an additional charge. Dispatch - Goods are dispatched Monday to Friday. (Excluding public holidays). Our sales operators will make all the arrangements for a quick delivery to you from our own or our supplier’s warehouses throughout the UK. Smaller items will arrive next working day* while bigger items needing specialist transport may take a little longer to arrive 1-5 working days. Delivery - We use our own transport and installation engineers, manufactures transport and Royal Mail or APC Carrier. Goods are sent out the same or next working day from receiving your order (subject to stock being available). Deliveries are generally made on the day following dispatch. We are able to offer same day delivery around Lancashire on our stocked items. Please note: There must be someone available to sign for deliveries. If you have ordered a refrigerator or other large item we will tell you the day that the delivery will be made and we will give the courier your telephone number and ask that he rings and gives you an indication of the delivery time. *Please note we cannot guarantee delivery services when we rely on a third party i.e. (carriers) however over 95% of deliveries are achieved on time* *UK mainland excludes Northern Ireland, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, Scottish Highlands, Islands and some areas of Scottish mainland these areas may be subject to a nominal delivery charge please call for prices. *smaller items will be dispatched for next working day delivery on orders taken before 12 noon. (Larger items are available for next day delivery and timed deliveries are available, *All spare parts not ordered online are charged at £12.95+VAT* please call us on 01254 888108 for prices)
Party pumps are generally used in single keg special event environments such as picnics, backyard BBQ's, beach parties, etc. The hand operated pump is the pressure source that forces the beer out of the keg. With this method of dispensing, the beer should be consumed within a few hours, because the outside air pumped into the keg will cause a bacterial reaction that will spoil the beer within 8-12 hours. If you have partially dispensed a keg using a party pump (air) you should not use CO2 to finish dispensing it. When using a party pump, the keg must be finished the same day for best flavor. A classic mistake when operating a party pump is that the user will pump first and then open the faucet, this generally results in a faster (foamy) pour. To properly dispense draft beer using a party pump: 1) Tap the keg. 2) Open the tap until all the pressure is relieved. 3) Open the tap and begin pumping until the desired flow rate is reached. 4) Stop Pumping! Only pump with the tap open and only pump to maintain a good beer flow. 5) Repeat Step 3 until the Keg is empty. After purchasing the keg it is recommended to cover the keg with an ice blanket or keg jacket. This will help insulate the keg and keep it cool during transit. Once the keg is to the location in which it will be dispensed, put the keg in a barrel of ice. Keg draft beer is best served cold 2-3°C (36-38°F). If not kept cold, excessive foaming will occur. Keep pump and keg out of direct sunlight. When not in use, submerge beer line and tap in ice on top of keg. Note: To prevent party pump and keg valve damage, do not use the party pump to lift keg.