Built to last industrial grade hardware.

Industrial-grade HD Touch Screens.

Our HD industrial grade capacitive touch screens are top of the line and rated
for long term use and abuse.
SIMPLE UI DESIGN
Interaction with your system is simple and can be understood immediately by your customers. Our technology is road tested and proven to be user friendly and robust.
20,000+ HOURS
These screens have a lifespan up to 20,000+ hours of maximum brightness durability.
NO BATTERIES
Batteries, being plugged for months on end, are susceptible to swelling and potential fire damage over long periods of constant use.
DUST & WATER RESISTANT
A busy venue is no place for consumer iPads or cheap tablets. Our screens are industrial grade IP65 rated touch screens – a hose can be sprayed directly at the screens without damage.

Where the magic happens.

Our simple UI design allows customers to browse and pour beverage quicker,
drastically reducing transaction time.

Controller Screen.

The controller is the leader of the entire on-site system.
COMERCIAL GRADE SCREENS
The large 15” touch screen gives your staff easy control and the IP65 build means the screen is protected from spilled beer. The Controller normally sits on the counter behind the bar, and allows the staff to operate the self-pour system.
STAFF USE
From the Controller, staff can open new customer sessions, close out sessions, adjust parameters such as pricing and beer brands being poured, as well as running end of day reports and printing receipts. 

The Smart Box.

The smart boxes are designed to coordinate and control all the various
components and hardware for each set of taps per screen.
GROUPED PER SCREEN
One smart box is connected to the RFID reader, payment terminal, solenoid valves, and flowmeters for each screen.
SMART BOX AND CONTROLLER
The smart boxes are in constant communication with the controller, giving the staff and backend portal information on what is happening at each tap.
TAPS PER BOX
Whether it’s 1 tap or 4 taps per screen, there is going to be one smart box controlling the taps for each screen.

Foam on Beer.

FOB stands for Foam On Beer. Our electronic FOB detectors ensure that your
beverage has the perfect amount of foam and relays information back to the
system to tell you about how your system is operating.
PREVENT FOAM SPRAY
When a keg is empty, the beer flow will immediately stop, rather than the foam spitting and splurging from the tap.
POUR WHERE YOU LEFT OFF
When the keg is changed and the customer continues to pour their beer, the system picks up from exactly where the customer left off.
TAPS PER BOX
A message is displayed on the screen to inform the customer that the keg is empty and an alert is shown on the controller screen for staff to action.
NO WASTE.
There is no additional beer wasted, the customer does not pay for more beer than they have poured and the quality of the beer is still perfect.

Flowmeter.

Flowmeters count how fluid is being poured from each tap. Our flowmeters
have no moving parts, to ensure they will never jam and provide reliability for
long term use of the system. Just do your regularly scheduled cleaning like any
other beverage line.
UNITS OF MEASUREMENT
Our flowmeters can be calibrated to count in whichever unit of measurement you’d like to use: ounces, milliliters, pints, cups, you name it.
ACCURACY
We are a global company and many countries enforce strict rules on the accuracy of measuring devices such as these, especially in relation to sales to the these, especially in relation to sales to the margin of error in repeatability, ensuring the consistency and accuracy of every pour.
MOVING PARTS VS NO MOVING PARTS
Paddle flow meters have an internal wheel or paddle that spins as fluid passes through it. Depending on the type of beverage and general wear of use, flowmeters with these moving parts can get jammed and stuck, requiring either cleaning or sometimes replacement to fix. To prevent this issue from occurring, we have found flowmeters that have zero moving parts.

Solenoid Valve.

Solenoid valves open and close allowing beverages to flow through the system.
This is how any tap can be shut off when a customer runs out of money on their
card, or even mid-pour with the touch of a button.
STOPPING ON A DIME
The solenoid valves will automatically close once a customer presses finish on their transaction, runs out of money on their RFID card, or reaches the drinking limit for your states’ or countries’ consumption regulations.
NO FREEBIES
The valves are always closed until the system tells them to open. If someone pulls the tap handle without paying or using an RFID card first, nothing will come out of the taps.