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New Product Ad posted 4 months ago in Miscellaneous Equipment by Slot Drain Systems

Features - 100% Stainless Steel, Corrosion Resistant - No tripping hazard - Forklift Friendly - Easy to clean and low maintenance - Looks great in your brewery! Ask a drainage design question or for a quote

New Product Ad posted 4 months ago in Miscellaneous Equipment by Slot Drain Systems

Lewis and Clark Brewery in Montana is up and running in their new facility. During the design phase they selected slot Drain Systems 9000 series drain line. Click on the link to see a video of the state of the art facility. https://youtu.be/xNNbivpjLis youtube Link Have drainage questions, design, layout, best practices, retrofit, new build, need a quote? visit www.slotdrainsystems.com

New Product Ad posted 4 months ago in Miscellaneous Equipment by Slot Drain Systems

Contact us with your requirements. Where Drainage Matters In Breweries Call (855) 497-7508 for a FREE Design Consultation of Brewery Drainage How to do it... 1. Cut a 24″ wide trench in existing slab and excavate. 2. Install pit and drain sections. Bolt, level and secure. 3. Pour and finish concrete. 4. Apply protective floor coating. To Learn More About Brewery Drainage Where Drainage Matters In Breweries Call (855) 497-7508 for a FREE Design Consultation of Brewery Drainage

New Product Ad posted 4 months ago in Miscellaneous Equipment by Slot Drain Systems

Lewis and Clark Brewing Co. was looking for a stainless steel drain for their new brewing facility. The fiberglass drains in their original facility were cracking apart and letting bacteria grow, so they needed a system that would be durable and easy to clean. The solution? Slot Drain's 9000 stainless steel series. With just a push of a button, Lewis and Clark could flush their drainage system, ensuring heavy materials like yeast didn't accumulate. But they needed more than just easy cleaning. Read the case study to see how Slot Drain's 9000 series solved all of Lewis and Clark Brewing Co.'s drainage problems.

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