Big Savings with Monthly Beer Line Cleaning

Typical Venue Example

To help you see how it all works and the big savings you can make with monthly beer line cleaning, we have given a typical example below, of typical customer cellar set up and the additional revenue they generated by installing a StayClean System.

Venue #1: One Cellar + Two Bars

Venue #1 has one cellar and two bars, and a split line for each of its 8 products. There is a 2 pint run from cellar to bars. The average pint sells for£4.50. The average cost price per pint is £1.25

 Traditional Cleaning StayClean Cleaning StayClean Savings
Line Cleans per Month4112 Hours per month
Monthly Beer Loss128 Pints32 Pints96 Pints per month
Monthly Loss @ RSP£576.00£174.00£432.00 per month
Annual Loss @ RSP£7,488.00£1,872.00£5,616.00 per year
5 Year Loss @ RSP£37,440.00£9,360.00£28,080.00 per 5 years

The cost of the StayClean System for Venue #1 is £1,764.00

At RSP Venue #1 breaks even in month 4

 

 Traditional Cleaning StayClean Cleaning StayClean Savings
Line Cleans per Month4112 Hours per month
Monthly Beer Loss128 Pints32 Pints96 Pints per month
Monthly Loss @ Cost Price£160.00£40.00£120.00 per month
Annual Loss @ Cost Price£2,080.00£520.00£1,560.00 per year
5 Year Loss @ Cost Price£10,400.00£2,600.00£7,800.00 per 5 years

Five-year-guarantee - big savings with monthly beer line cleaning

For a full quotation, please Request a Price. StayClean will produce a comprehensive letter outlining your wastage, savings and system costs over the full 5 year guarantee period. The letter is ideal if you need to discuss StayClean with committee members.

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