SPRING PIN FOR SHAKESPEARE
The Spring Pin for Shakespeare is a crucial part to the mechanism of Shakespeare hand pull. It connects the quadrant to the damper which in turn enables the dispense of the beer.
ABOUT THE SHAKESPEARE
The Shakespeare Cylinderless Hand pull unit is a cylinderless unit which revolutionises traditional dispense. It replicates the traditional hand pull through the use of a damper and a special on/off valve. It looks, reacts and feels just like a traditional hand pull delivering Cask Marque approved beer time and time again. The Shakespeare needs to be pump assisted and no check valve is required. As well as being easy to install and maintain the biggest benefit is the massive savings on ullage during line cleaning. Finally because there is no cylinder, additional re-circulation cooling is not necessary.
*The Shakespeare Cylinderless Hand Pull requires a change in mentality when operating. If the handle is pulled too quickly it can take up to 8 strokes to pour a pint. The faster you pull on the handle the slower the pump will function. Therefore the slower the stroke the faster the pint is dispensed. Finally the Shakespeare hand Pull can be set to your preferred number of pulls per pint from 2 to 5
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