Lindr Soudek 50/K
£778.00 excluding VAT
The Lindr Soudek, photos really do not do it justice! The unfinished real oak construction looks perfect in any setting. With a high capacity 85 pints per hour, the Soudek 50/K is a great match for many of the still white wines or lagers and ciders in our online store.
The Lindr Soudek 50/K – real oak and stainless steel finish
The beautiful Lindr Soudek 50/K two tap beer chiller efficiently chills and dispenses pub quality draught beer, lager, cider or PIMM’s and is suitable for any type of event. Better suited to a back bar or side bar installation, the Lindr Soudek 50/K is a great high capacity unit for those that want an elegant yet unobtrusive dispenser, great for restaurants and bistros. It makes an ideal wine dispenser, see our range of white wines and Frizzante in the online store.
You can dispense two different beverages; for example connect one tap to a keg of lager and the other to a keg of white wine – or connect both taps to a single keg for maximum throughput.
- Two taps dispensing two different beverages
- Up to 85 perfectly chilled draught pints per hour
- Built in compressor – no need for a CO2* canister (CO2 can be used with additional equipment)
- Rapid chiller, start pouring within 10 minutes of switching on
- Real oak and stainless steel construction with matching stainless steel drip tray
*The built in compressor is great for key kegs and events where the beer is drunk in a few days, if you need the beer to last a few weeks we would recommend the use of gas with either a CO2 or mixed gas regulator. It’s easy to set up, and gas is readily available, see our FAQ’s for more information on gas.
Why buy from us? We are the only UK supplier that offers telephone and WhatsApp support 7 days a week, from 9am to 11pm. The reassurance of support when you need it most – during your event.
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|Dimensions||490 × 246 × 478 cm|
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|Suitable for Key Kegs||
No – only with external gas/air supply that can cope with 3.5 bar and 155 litres per hour – such as the PUMA compressor
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