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DraftMore Automatic Regulators help bars, restaurants and individuals serve better draft beer by guaranteeing it will always be correctly carbonated.
Proper carbonation means less waste and 8 - 17% MORE PROFIT on draft beer!

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DraftMore can help you serve 10 - 20 more beers PER KEG
– that’s equal to 8% - 17% more profit PER KEG!

Pays for itself in just a few weeks.

Automatically adjusts for temperature changes
(a major cause of foaming), as happens in a restaurant cooler.

Adjusts to small variances in carbonation level
– this can happen with craft beers.

Ensures beer is always properly carbonated, and the head is perfect!

Never adjust a regulator again.

Can improve all systems – direct draw, mixed gas and beer pump.

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More than 20,000 DraftMore Automatic Regulators have been installed worldwide. DraftMore regulators are used in thousands of pubs owned by the Carlsberg and Stiegl breweries, as well as MicroMatic Sweden.

DraftMore Automatic Regulators come with a 30 Day Money Back Performance Guarantee and a 3 Year Full Replacement Limited Warranty.

DraftMore Automatic Regulators are a completely different design from standard regulators.

The valve, valve body and diaphragm are all metal – brass, aluminum and steel. The proprietary needle valve is Swiss manufactured. The components are precision fit and permanently sealed – there are no rubber seals to wear out. Every bellows is tested to ensure there are no leaks.

DraftMore Automatic Regulators are assembled in Denmark in partnership with Danfoss A/S, a worldwide leader in thermoregulating valves. DraftMore Automatic Regulators are designed for commercial use and are built to last a lifetime.

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The patented DraftMore design contains a bellows unit (29) which expands and contracts in response to beer temperature. Pressure from inside the keg pushes against the bellows, providing a balancing force. These forces work against each other to ensure CO2 equilibrium is maintained.

The DraftMore Automatic Regulator contains a proprietary needle valve (15) which is accurate at all pressures. The valve opens only as necessary, ensuring the beer never becomes overcarbonated.

Each model is calibrated to provide the correct pressure along the appropriate CO2 equilibrium curve. The DraftMore regulator automatically adjusts to provide the correct pressure for the beer at any given temperature. So a DraftMore Automatic Regulator will always help you ‘Pour More, Better Beer!’

CO2 equilibrium describes the relationship between temperature and pressure in a beer system. Kegs come from the brewery correctly carbonated. At a given temperature, a certain amount of applied pressure is required to keep the correct amount of CO2 dissolved in the beer to maintain its original carbonation level.

If the temperature changes and the pressure does not change, the beer will start to become over or under carbonated. The same can happen if your regulator is inaccurate, or if the regulator is adjusted incorrectly. The result is always wasted beer and less profit.

Input Pressure:
Up to full CO2 bottle pressure (approximately 850 psi)

Output Pressure Range:
5 – 50 psi

Operating Temperature Range:
30 – 100 degrees F

Pressure Accuracy:
+/- 0.5 psi

Temperature Sensing Accuracy:
Less than +/- 1 degree F

Models
All listed models are designed for US Sankey type ‘D’ couplers. Models are available by special order for other coupler types or other beers (e.g. German Weisbier); please contact us.

Please use our Beer Types Chart to find more information on specific beers and recommended DraftMore applications.

Are you using 100% CO2 in your Draft System?

Model: 3010
Carbonation Levels 2.3 – 2.4 (volumes CO2): primarily English Ales (e.g. Bass), other lower carbonated ales (Sweetwater Festive), Firestone Walker Ales.

Model: 3020
Carbonation Levels 2.5 – 2.6 (volumes CO2): European lagers (Carlsberg, Heineken, Hofbrau), most American craft beers (Sam Adams, Fat Tire, Sierra Nevada) IPA’s, pale ales, most ales.

Model: 3030
Carbonation Levels 2.7 – 2.8 (volumes CO2): All American major brewery products (all Budweiser, Coors, Miller, Pabst, etc.) including Blue Moon, Rolling Rock, Shock Top and other sub-brands.

Which Gas Blend Are you Using?

Model: 3510 (SPECIAL ORDER)
Carbonation Levels 2.3 – 2.4 (volumes CO2): primarily English Ales (e.g. Bass), other lower carbonated ales (Sweetwater Festive), Firestone Walker Ales.

Model: 3520
Carbonation Levels 2.5 – 2.6 (volumes CO2): European lagers (Carlsberg, Heineken, Hofbrau), most American craft beers (Sam Adams, Fat Tire, Sierra Nevada) IPA’s, pale ales, most ales.

Model: 3530
Carbonation Levels 2.7 – 2.8 (volumes CO2): All American major brewery products (all Budweiser, Coors, Miller, Pabst, etc.) including Blue Moon, Rolling Rock, Shock Top and other sub-brands.

Model: 3520
Carbonation Levels 2.3 – 2.4 (volumes CO2): primarily English Ales (e.g. Bass), other lower carbonated ales (Sweetwater Festive), Firestone Walker Ales.

Model: 3530
Carbonation Levels 2.5 – 2.6 (volumes CO2): European lagers (Carlsberg, Heineken, Hofbrau), most American craft beers (Sam Adams, Fat Tire, Sierra Nevada) IPA’s, pale ales, most ales.

Model: 3540
Carbonation Levels 2.7 – 2.8 (volumes CO2): All American major brewery products (all Budweiser, Coors, Miller, Pabst, etc.) including Blue Moon, Rolling Rock, Shock Top and other sub-brands.

Model: 3540
Carbonation Levels 2.3 – 2.4 (volumes CO2): primarily English Ales (e.g. Bass), other lower carbonated ales (Sweetwater Festive), Firestone Walker Ales.

Model: 3550
Carbonation Levels 2.5 – 2.6 (volumes CO2): European lagers (Carlsberg, Heineken, Hofbrau), most American craft beers (Sam Adams, Fat Tire, Sierra Nevada) IPA’s, pale ales, most ales.

Model: 3560
Carbonation Levels 2.7 – 2.8 (volumes CO2): All American major brewery products (all Budweiser, Coors, Miller, Pabst, etc.) including Blue Moon, Rolling Rock, Shock Top and other sub-brands.

Model: 3550
For Guinness and other Nitrogenated stouts, e.g. Murphy’s.