Bulk CO2/Syrup McDonald's
Chart's Bulk Syrup program is the most efficient and cost effective solution for beverage syrup distribution.
The Bulk Syrup system consists of two or more bulk tanks permanently installed inside the restaurant. Each tank hold 75 gallons (300 liters for the international system) of beverage syrup and replaces bag-in-a-box and other packages.
Syrup is withdrawn from a tank and fed to the beverage machines upon demand. When one tank is empty the system automatically switches to the next full tank while the empty tank is sanitized by the automated Clean-in-Place panel and made ready for its next fil..
Filling the syrup tank from the truck takes less than ten minutes and is part of the store's regular delivery service. The bulk syrup system is NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) listed under standard number 18. The system includes all hoses and the Clean-in-Place panel for tank sanitizing.
This system is also available in a portable model for restaurants in which tanks must be moved to receive syrup delivery. Domestic and international models are available to meet the needs of different countries.
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- McDonald's Beverage System
- Bulk Syrup System Tanks
- Carbo-Max® 750 Bulk CO2 System - McDonald's
- Bulk Syrup Tank
NSF Food Equipment Certification
Chart’s syrup tanks are certified to meet NSF International (NSF) standards, supporting growing global food safety initiatives within the beverage industry.
NSF has been established for more than 70 years and is an accredited, independent third-party certification body that tests and certifies products to verify they meet their public health and safety standards. It serves more than 170 countries worldwide.
The NSF label provides:
- Third party certification that the products meet recognized food safety standards
- Documented compliance through random manufacturing facility audits
- Standardized NSF grade components on food contact surfaces
- Global recognition by regulatory and public health authorities
- Compliance with other industry food safety guidelines such as the Compressed Gas Association (CGA) documents