Zahm & Nagel is a small, family-owned business, established 1908 in Buffalo, New York, by members of the Zahm & Nagel families.
In 1954, after many years of successful production and sales of carbonating and quality control equipment for the beverage industry, the original company was sold to the Koch family, who have continued the Zahm & Nagel tradition of producing high quality products for customers in the food and beverage industry.
Over the years, the company has evolved and expanded its product line. Currently Zahm & Nagel equipment is in use in breweries and bottling plants in over 90 countries around the world.
A brand and a family that Oasthouse are extremely proud to share both a partnership and a friendship!
Whether you're looking on investing in improving your current testing processes, or after spares/service on your current Zahm & Nagel, Oasthouse are here to help!
Determine average CO² levels of gas in tank stored beverages. Improves accuracy and time required to run a test. Precise piston release mechanism eliminates bleeding off of the sample and the potential for human error.
Recommended for testing air content where greater speed and accuracy is required. Adjustable to various size bottles and cans and is available in one and three litre sizes.
Available in 1 and 2 litre, the Zahm Model D.T Piercing device is used to test carbonated beverages for volumes of CO² gas in glass/PET bottles and aluminium cans. this instrument used a dual scale pressure gauge and an adjustable 2" dial thermometer.
The series 16000 ceramic carbonating stones ensure uniform carbonation of in in storage tanks.