Glycol Chiller - ChillPro 3200V - Agitator Pump - 3200 BTUs - 75' Run
CAD $1,687.50 1687.5
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This ChillPro 3200V glycol chiller is a top-seller among our compact glycol-cooled draft beer systems. It’s ideal for beer pubs and restaurants and features a ? hp compressor + a digital thermostat inside the unit to adjust the temperature. The trunkline range is up to 75 ft, which would suit most medium and large-sized bars.

What’s great about draft beer glycol chillers like ChillPro 3200V is that they allow you greater mobility and freedom in the process of choosing where your dispensing unit will be placed around your bar. You can have your beer stored in a walk-in cooler as fas 75 feet away from the place where it is actually dispensed.

It works like magic: a glycol cooled draft beer system consists of a power pack and a trunkline. The coolant inside the power pack (glycol) is pumped into the trunkline through separate supply and return lines, which, through coming into contact with beer lines wrapped around them, cool the beer and maintain its constant temperature from point A (storage) to point B (dispensing unit).

Main Benefits of Glycol Flash Chillers

  • Easy to install and use - to prior refrigeration skills required
  • Low service and maintenance costs
  • No leaking of refrigerants
  • Temperature can be regulated on a thermostat
  • Recommended for long-draw commercial draft beer systems

Product Highlights

  • 75 ft range
  • 7-gal glycol tank capacity
  • Digital thermostat
  • Optional 6’’ legs
  • Procon pump

CP-3200V-VP Glycol Draft Beer System Chiller Specifications

Name ChillPro 3200V
Maximum Distance, ft 75'
Capacity, BTU/hr evap 20f 3200
Glycol Tank Capacity, gal 5.5
Dedicated Circuit, amp 15
Compressor Power, hp 3/8
Pump Type Vertical
Pump 4 GPH
Thermostat Digital
Refrigerant R134A
Legs (optional) 6"
Dimensions WxDxH, in 15.2x18.1x29.7
Weight Gross / Net, lbs 93/82

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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