Soda Dispensers IC Soda Bar System Oak Creek, Wisconsin #home #soda


Home Soda Bar Dispenser IC:
You always wanted a Real restaurant-type soda dispenser at home. We sell and ship hundreds of these home soda dispenser units everyday. Built with over 50 years of quality soda dispenser manufacturing experience, all our soda dispenser units are fully tested prior to shipping to ensure proper operation upon delivery. Our home soda dispenser works with the latest and most advanced Bag-In-Box soda syrup, the same soda syrup used restaurants, bars, and fast food establishments. Our home soda dispenser system uses a standard five pound CO2 tank which can be filled at any local carbonic supply store and comes to you complete with no other components to purchase.

Commercial Soda Dispenser Quality:
Our home soda refrigeration units and dispensers are made of the highest quality components, parts and design to ensure you many years of use. These soda dispenser systems are designed to save you money on your soda purchases and give you the highest quality tasting soda possible. The home soda dispenser system comes complete with everything you need: self-contained soda syrup refrigeration unit with carbonator, Wunder Bar soda gun, Catalina five pound CO2 tank, Flojet soda syrup pumps, quick connects for Pepsi and Coke Bag-In-Box soda syrup products, syrup brix cup, soda syrup separator, high and low pressure CO2 regulator and supply lines.

Self-contained dispenser refrigeration unit.
Wunder Bar soda bar gun and hanging bracket.
Syrup pumps and supply lines.
CO2 and syrup regulator.
One Catalina 5 lb. CO2 tank.
Quick connect for Pepsi and Coke products.
Installation kit, brix cup and syrup separator.

Bar gun countertop trim kit, with finishes in Chrome, Brush Nickel and Polish Brass.
CO2 Tanks (Back-up tanks for a continuous supply of soda.)
Water Connection Kit (For connecting the soda dispenser to your household water supply.)
Water Filter System (For your best tasting soda product.)
Bag-In-Box Syrups

The extra components can be purchased on the products page under the listing Beverage System Components.

Wunder Bar Gun:
If you want a Real bar gun, the same unit used in commercial locations, then this is the unit for you. Our design puts the power pack below the bar and runs an insulated duct line to the bar gun with re-circulating ice cold water to dispense your favorite soda ice cold. Our four or six flavor bar guns can dispense carbonated or non-carbonated drinks, along with one soda water and one water button.

The installation of this system will take about two hours and can be installed with the bar gun through the countertop using the countertop trim kit, or the included hanging Wunder Bar bracket.

Flojet Syrup Pumps:
Our syrup pumps are mounted on a metal bracket in groups of two or three depending on the bar gun system you order. We also supply our pumps with quick connects for Pepsi and Coke bag-n-box products.

Tap-Rite CO2/Syrup Regulator:
Our system will include one two pressure two product regulator with 6′ hose.

Easily installed with basic tools.

Soda Dispenser Refrigeration Unit:
Our SDFBGSIC stainless steel model is our home soda refrigeration unit perfect for under cabinet application. This unit must be installed no more than six feet away from the location of the bar gun and is ideal for your kitchen or wet bar use.

Facts on syrup:
Most syrup is mixed in a 5 to 1 ratio (this means 5 parts soda water to 1 part syrup). One gallon of syrup will make 6 gallons of finished product. The Bag In Box syrup is sold in 3 gallon or 5 gallon containers, and will produce 30 gallons of ice cold soda at the cost of 6 to 14 cents per 12 ounce drink.


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Zen Alcohol Stoves – Cat Food Can Alcohol Stove #zen #stoves,


Cat Food Can Alcohol Stove

Requires a pot stand.

  • Slightly more bulky than other alcohol stove designs.

  • The most popular double jacketed alcohol stove is the Cat Can Stove by 2001 Triple Crown Roy L. TrailDad Robinson. There are a few variants, but the basic design remains the same – an inner ventilated can with fiberglass insulation for a wick encompassed by a larger diameter can with low lying ventilation. Fuel is vaporized and drawn upwards through a central opening where it ignites creating a low pressure zone that in turn draws fresh air in through the lower side vents.

    This stove above is made of a 5.5oz and 3oz aluminum can (cat food) and a piece of fiberglass insulation. Six to eight holes are punched through the sides of each can with either a church key or a hole punch. Fiberglass insulation in placed in the smaller can and the two pieces are assembled as shown.

    Acceptable fuels include denatured alcohol (ethanol), HEET (methanol) and others (see Fuel Options ). It requires a pot stand or rocks to hold the pot about 1-1.5inches for the top of stove.

    Simmering is fairly easy to do, requiring that you block or partially block the inlet vents and/or limit the size of the exit port on top of the stove. You can block with the side inlet vents with a simmer ring and you can limit the size of the outlet port on top by placing a cutout can bottom from a second 5.5oz aluminum can with a hole (or several small holes) cut in it (or something similar – such as a piece of foil) on top of the stove.

    Here is a miniature version made from a 3oz cat food can, 5.5oz V8 can and a circular piece of aluminum flashing JB Welded to the bottom to seal it and keep the inner chamber from shifting. Punching holes with a hole punch in lieu of a church key is mostly for aesthetics, but also allows for a better seal if you use a simmer ring around the circumference of your stove. This design is a modified version of John Bednar’s Turbo Cat II Stove ( Old Site ).

    Notable versions include:


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