Glycol Chiller - EG1/2GP, 250' Run

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This top-of-the-line beer line glycol beer chiller is a perfect solution for beer pubs, restaurants or stadiums looking to optimize their long-draw beer dispensing system. It features a 1/2 hp compressor and a digital thermostat to adjust the temperature. The trunkline range is up to 250 ft, which is more than enough for most medium and large-sized bars.

Another great thing about this glycol chiller system is that it gives you greater mobility and freedom deciding where to place a dispensing unit in your bar. You can have your beer stored in a walk-in cooler as far as 250 feet away from the place where it is actually dispensed.

Main Benefits of Glycol Flash Chillers

  • Easy to install and use - no 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

  • 250 ft range
  • 18-gal glycol tank capacity
  • Digital thermostat
  • Optional additional pump 100 gal/hr
  • Optional 6’’ legs
  • Procon pump

EG1/2GP Glycol Beer Chiller Specifications:

Name EXTRA 1/2 GP
Maximum Distance, ft 250'
Capacity, BTU/hr evap 20f 3900
Glycol Tank Capacity, gal 18
Dedicated Circuit, amp 20
Compressor Power, hp 1/2
Pump Type Vane with 1/3 hp motor
Optional Additional Pump 100gal/hr
Thermostat Digital
Refrigerant R134A
Legs (optional) 6"
Dimensions WxDxH, in 28x23x30
Weight Gross / Net, lbs 149/141

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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