Glycol Chiller - ChillPro 1150H - Agitator Pump - 1150 BTUs - 25' Run
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This beer line glycol power pack is a great solution for any bar or restaurant looking to optimize their beverage dispensing setup. ChillPro 1150H glycol line chiller features a 2-gal glycol tank, 1/6 hp compressor, and digital thermostat allowing you to regulate the temperature inside the glycol reservoir.

The way a glycol flash chiller works is simple: inside the chiller, there is a bath of propylene glycol (or “glycol” for short). The cooled liquid from this bath is pumped continuously through a looped circuit of tubing (trunkline) connected to the glycol chiller. The cooling effect is achieved when the product line (which is a part of the trunkline) comes in contact with the glycol line.

Main Benefits of Flash Chillers

  • Easy to install - to prior refrigeration skills required
  • Low service and maintenance costs
  • No leaking of refrigerants
  • Temperature can be regulated on a digital thermostat
  • Can be used as pre-chiller for beer, juice or other soft drinks

Product Highlights

  • 25 ft maximum distance
  • 2-gal glycol tank capacity
  • Small glycol chiller (18’’ wide, 17’’ deep, 12’’ high)
  • Gross weight 52 lbs

Specifications of Beer line glycol chiller ChillPro 1150H


ChillPro 1150H

Part Number CP-1150H
Maximum Distance, ft up to 25'
Capacity, BTU/hr evap 20f 1150
Glycol Tank Capacity, gal 2
Dedicated Circuit, amp 15
Compressor Power, hp 1/6
Pump Type Vertical
Pump, GPH 135
Number of pre-installed pumps 1
Thermostat Digital
Refrigerant R134A / R290
Dimensions WxDxH, in 17.1x18x12.9
Weight Gross / Net, lbs 45 / 70
Power cord length, ft 6
Inlet/Outlet barb, in 3/8
Operating ambient temperature, F 60-90
Clearance at least 12” around the entire unit
Glycol mixture, vol% 40 % glycol and 60% water

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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