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  • How is it possible to pour continuously?
    gloglo has an automatic switch-over between the kegs (and gas cylinders). There are 2 kegs per tap. If the first keg gets empty, gloglo will automatically switch over and start pouring from the second keg. Due to hot-swapping functionality (fancyyy), i.e. ability to change the empty keg while in operation, the pouring never stops. We constantly alternate between the two while replacing the empty one. It's similar with gas cylinders. The first gets empty, gloglo will... you get it. 😉
  • Who decides product prices?
    You are! We'll set up all the prices for beverages according to your requirements.
  • How many different products can be used?
    1 gloglo - 1 product type (beer / wine / water / cocktail...) There is a limitation to 1 product type per gloglo. However, you can have 2 varieties of the same product because gloglo has 2 taps. e.g. "Beer A" on tap 1 and "beer B" on tap 2. "Wine A" on tap 1 and "wine B" on tap 2.
  • Where is gloglo available?
    gloglo is available in Croatia, where we launched in May 2022. We do plan to conquer EU markets and international markets soon!
  • What's gloglo beverage capacity?
    4 x 50 L = 200 liters in total (52,8 gal) Works both with Euro-keg and DIN-keg standard sizes. More on kegs sizes:
  • What controller gloglo uses?
    Industrial-grade, the automation brain is Siemens S7-1200 series programmable logic controller (PLC). "That's overkill." Listen, gloglo pours a couple of thousands (€/$) worth of products daily on events. We don't do funny business with RPi, Arduino (no disrespect) or similar consumer electronics. There is no compromise. The industrial-grade equipment is industrial grade for a reason. We want gloglo to be as reliable as possible.
  • What keg couplers are supported?
    All standard keg couplers are supported: D, S, G, U, A, M. We are using push-fit connectors. It takes about a minute to switch all 4 to accommodate any kegs. More on keg couplers:
  • What's the cooling capacity?
    Each tap has a cooler/chiller with a nominal cooling capacity of 170-190 l/h (45-50 gal/h) or a continuous cooling performance of 120 l/h (30 gal/h). Taking into account the time to select product quantity, process the payment and pour, gloglo will pour 1 l/min (0,26 gal/min). That's 60 l/h (15,85 gal/h). These cooling beasts won't break a sweat, not even at the most demanding events.
  • What power supply is required?
    Power supply: 220-240V ~50Hz gloglo has a 3-pin 16A power socket. Don't sweat it if you don't have an appropriate plug. We have adapters.
  • What happens if power shuts down?
    Uninterruptable power supply (UPS), or simply - battery, will kick in. It's sufficient to sustain the power shut down until customers finish ongoing payment and pouring activities. After which, gloglo will automatically lock further use until the main power supply is back.
  • How do you solve foaming issues (beer) when changing kegs?
    Foam on Beer (FOB) devices, it's magic. The foaming issue when changing kegs comes from CO2 entering the dispensing line. FOBs prevent gas from entering dispensing lines once a keg gets empty. We hook up a new one, release the air on the FOB, and we're good to go!
  • How do you know when to change a keg?
    Our notification system will notify responsible personnel that a keg is empty.
  • What's in it for breweries?
    Breweries can decrease operating expenses and increase dispensing capacity. As a main or one of the main sponsors at events, breweries usually provide dispensing equipment (read - beer coolers/chillers, taps, gas cylinders...) and technical support (staff). Problem 1 - Lack of equipment Not that we doubt breweries know their stuff, but now and then, a pair of taps more come in handy. Especially, if you: - don't need staff to pour, - don't need additional technicians, - don't need time to assemble the bar at the venue, - don't need to take care of changing kegs, and - don't need to take care of transportation. Problem 2 - Operating expenses We believe the traditional bars will always be present and gloglo is a supplementary service. Now imagine that 30%, 40% or 50% of beverage serving comes from gloglo. That means 30%, 40% or 50% lower expenses on dispensing equipment and technical support that breweries take today.
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