The BLMQ is a device consisting of a Control Unit which generates a series of composite audio signals that are connected to 4 seperate Transponders. These Transponders transmit the signal into the beer line and the signal travels the length of the beer line using the medium of beer (which is predominently water) from keg to faucet.
The signal has the ability to retard the growth of beer spoilage bacteria and biofilm, thereby reducing the need to clean the beer lines bi-weekly.
The result is a new cleaning cycle of 8-weeks, which allows the accounts to now sell more beer per keg because less beer is wasted.
Each Control Unit has the ability to look after 4 seperate beer lines via 4 Transponders.