Fortunately, your business can make the switch to a Nitro-Blast system. This turn-key solution is customizable to suit your needs, and is available in both cabinet-style and stand-alone systems.
By switching from nitrogen cylinder delivery to a Nitro Blast system from On Site Gas, you can save money. With an up-front cost of around $5,500, most machines pay for themselves within a year or two.
Your business can enjoy on-demand nitrogen, eliminating monthly deliveries; you can use as much or as little as your business dictates. You’ll also save on cylinder rental, delivery, and transportation charges, and you won’t have to calculate for price fluctuations from your gas supplier, allowing you more accurate and confident budgeting.
Traditional nitrogen cylinders take up valuable square footage within your restaurant, bar, or cafe. With Nitro-Blast, you can have your system wall-mounted to save floor space and avoid the risk of potential injury (since employees won’t have to handle heavy cylinders).
For microbrewery owners, margins in taprooms are now higher than in distribution, so offering a unique experience that includes nitro-brew is a strategic way to increase traffic. You can also enjoy the versatility of offering beers with and without nitrogen.
Although nitro beer is still a relatively new concept, the nitrogen generator business is not; we’ve been in the industry for more than 25 years and have the experience and resources necessary to serve you.
If you’d like to find out more about how Nitro-Blast could benefit your business (and save you money) or would like to request a quote, feel free to contact our team at On Site Gas Systems today. Just tell us what you need, and we’ll make it happen.
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