Lineclenze beer line cleaner review

How does it work?

The device works by generating an oscillating electrical impulse 500 times a second.  This passes from keg couple to font dramatically reducing the yeast build up therefore increasing the time between cleans.. Wire antennas are wrapped around the outside of the beer line. This generates oscillation of electrical pulses.

The LineClenze Device is environmentally friendly. It is non-invasive and does not interfere with existing cellar equipment. The savings and profitability are immediate.

The LC device is plastic & treats 12 or 24 beer lines per unit. Further the device will enable 28 day beer line cleaning cycle.

The LineClenze Franchise

The LineClenze website does not make it apparent that the main part of their business, is in selling franchises.
You can read about the LC Franchise package here: http://www.lineclenze.com/home/beer-line-cleaning-franchise/

If you have been reading the StayClean website, you will know that there is no need for franchises, if you want to sell beer line cleaning devices. StayClean offer a no-fee distributor arrangement. See more here: StayClean Distributors

As StayClean are often confused with other beer line cleaning system available in the market, we have drawn up a list of competitors, & produced articles describing the different devices. So in the interest of fairness, here is some information about LineClenze Beer Line Cleaning System.

LineCleanze Powder

LineClenze Eco Friendly Cleaning Powder uses active oxygen to penetrate and remove carbon soils, protein soils, fatty acids and staining.

The amount of oxygen generated is 4 – 5%. It has been proven to be more than an effective substitute for caustic soda.

It is effective at all temperatures and is ideal as a soak cleaner.

Lineclenze powder kills 99.9% of two of the main causes of beer spoilage, if left in the beer lines overnight, (for at least six hours.)

This information is taken from the excellent LineClenze website, & this beer line cleaning system should not be mistaken for StayClean. To read more about LC, you should see their website here: http://www.lineclenze.com/