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Types of Vending Machines

Batteries
Batteries

Battery vending machine products are most popular in Western Europe, North America, and Africa. You can ensure product safety by selecting from certified suppliers, including 238 with ISO9001, 207 with Other, and 20 with ISO/TS16949 certification.

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Beer
Beer

How did we not think of this first? St. Louis-based 4 Hands Brewery recently installed a beer vending machine in its sales office (dubbed “The Think Tank”) to provide employees some liquid inspiration. It sits next to the office’s new pinball machine (seriously, best office ever?) and dispenses Chocolate Milk Stout, Divided Sky Rye IPA, Reprise Centennial Red Ale and the brewery’s other cans. We image that morale around there is pretty good.

source: draftmag.com
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Bill Changer
Bill Changer

The largest of our economical line of changers, this front load model is ideal for small Vending and Amusement locations. It provides a 1,000 Quarter capacity, and is designed to use where $1, $5, and $10 Dollar Bill acceptance is desired. The Bill Acceptor has a 450-note stacker.

Coffee Vending Machines
Coffee Vending Machines

Coffee shop quality from a vending machine with the push of a button. With 36 different combinations, customers will be able to choose exactly what they want whether it’s coffee, espresso, cappuccino, cafe latte, cafe mocha, or hot chocolate.

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Corn Soup
Corn Soup

4. Corn Soup Corn soup in a can is commonly found in beverage vending machines in Japan.

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Cups
Cups

cup-style automatic vending machines. The APEX series of automatic vending machines incorporate a number of original ideas and technologies. In the early 1980s, the introduction of cup-style vending machines incorporating both hot & cold functions together was a major milestone.

source: apex-co.co.jp
Electricity
Electricity

Most vending machines, especially refrigerated beverage machines, waste a lot of electricity because they use more than is needed to keep the products cold and operate the lights. Businesses can save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by replacing their vending machines with models that waste less electricity.

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Milk Venders
Milk Venders

Milk Powder for Vending Machines: All the Options Discussed One of the biggest pros and cons of coffee vending machines is the fact that they use powdered milk. Using powdered milk instead of normal liquid milk has a number of advantages however it also has a number of disadvantages.

Sake
Sake

All sake vending machines have restricted selling hours (they close at 11:00 pm), which has proven so far to be quite the deterrent. Good idea. Additional security measures include: making it so that some sake vending machines require users to enter a special card, aka a Sake Pass.

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Umbrellas
Umbrellas

Transcript of Umbrella Vending Machines Umbrella Vending Machines Our proposal is to place umbrella vending machines in strategic locations in large metropolitan locations with mass transit centers. New York Target Market Face LONDON New Yorkers walk on average 7 miles a day.

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