Flash cooler, Tayfun H-400T3, 3 product lines, manual thermostat
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Flash chiller is an ideal choice for cooling keg beer, wine on tap, and other carbonated or non-carbonated beverages in places with limited possibilities for other types of refrigeration.

This particular model H-400T3 has 3 product lines, which means you can cool up to 3 different beverages at once, which is quite handy for small bars and restaurants. Quick cooling is achieved thanks to the 3 x 75’ stainless steel coils covered with ice-cold water.

Construction-wise, draft beer & wine keg cooling stations share some similarities with jockey boxes since they have an icebank with a stainless steel coil, which has to be covered with ice-cold water. The submerged agitator pump ensures quick and efficient cooling in any circumstances.

Product features:

  • Capacity - from 1 to 3 product lines
  • Works with most beverages - alcoholic (beer or wine) and soft drinks (juice, seltzer, or water)
  • Cooling is achieved via running the product lines through 75’ stainless steel coils covered with ice-cold water
  • Icebank capacity - 115 lbs
  • Great for commercial use at bars, restaurants, and sports venues
Name Tayfun
Part Number H-400T3
Electrical network, V/Hz 115/60
Dedicated circuit, amp 30
Compressor Power, HP 2 x 1/3
Operating amperage, A 17.2
Water Tank volume, Gal 30.9
Water Pump capacity, GPH/PSIG 250/10
Ice bank, lbs 116.8
Refrigerant R290
Ice forming time (Tamb=75°F), h 6
Outlet temperature, °F 38÷46
Number of coils (st. steel AISI 304) 3 (CFT)
Coil’s diameter, mm Ø 8,0
Power cord length, ft 6.6
Operating ambient temperature, °F 75÷90
Clearance at least 12” around the entire unit
Refrigerant (R290) charge, lb 2õ0.3
Cooler body stainless steel
Height, in 27.4
Width, in 44.5
Depth, in 27.8

Note: Installation of this item must be handled by a qualified installer in order to qualify for product return and/or warranty coverage. Qualified Installer - Defined as a licensed professional who charges a fee for his services, and possesses a business license, contractor's license, and/or resale permit. Common examples of a "qualified installer" include Electrician; General Contractor; Heating and Air Conditioning Specialist.

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