The complete re-set of beer dispense systems and the 21st century version of the old ‘blitz’ style clean
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An all-in-one deep clean, equipment review and assessment of operational practices.
“Avani are experts in the provision of hygiene & best practice across all areas of dispense from the cellar to the bar, I would recommend their solutions and practices in offering the next step in supporting our business partners in making a positive addition to drive improvements with proven results.”Stuart O’Hanlon – ASAHI UK
The Avani SOS is a complete ‘system re-set’ unlike any other deep cleaning solution. It locates the source of dispense problems and enables the technician to focus efforts where they are most needed. The systematic approach allows the effective removal of infection and taints from beer dispense systems.
It’s the application of a defined combination of high quality alkaline, acid and neutralising chemicals in a prescribed method designed to systematically isolate and resolve hygiene-related dispense issues to a verifiable level of clean.
All SOS services come with a report and recommendations.
Removal of organic contamination that can occur over time (yeast and biofilm) along the entire dispense system
Removal of organic contamination AND scale (particularly relevant for hard water areas where traditional line cleaning chemicals fail to address limescale build-up)
Removal of organic contamination, scale AND flavour taints (to include water taints and phenolic off-flavours that traditional cleaning methods fail to address)
Benefits of AvaniSOS
- Pinpoint the root cause of dispense quality issues
- Provide management information to support the Avani SOS findings
- Help outlets to implement best-practice dispense system cleaning
- Remove all contamination – with visual proof – while protecting the integrity of the inner surface of lines
- Reduce the frequency of service call-outs by establishing a base-line level of hygiene
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