Keg Beer Forced Air Cooling System
Forced air refrigeration systems are an amazing addition to any bar, pub, or restaurant that serves beer to customers. It is difficult to serve the highest quality beer to customers when it is not at a cooled temperature. An air keg cooling system is a great way to ensure that your beer is chilled from kegs that are placed away from the actual beer tap. However, with this particular beer cooling system the keg faucets are connected allowing for easy access and the best tasting beer possible.
Draft Beer Cooler for Quality Beer Taste
This is a stainless steel enforced beer tap system that is designed to withstand the wear and tear that comes from the bar industry. One of the biggest problems people who work in a bar-like areas is the cost of maintenance on all of their equipment in order to keep the customers happy. This stainless steel forced air system has foam insulation and a durable design that eliminates the need to pay for extra maintenance for the quality of the system.
Keg Cooling System Features and Draft Cooler Qualities
- Capable of holding two to three kegs, contains two beer faucets, and two door openings for easy access
- 59 inch width, 28-1/4 inch depth, 37-1/4 inch height, 343 pound weight, 120 volt
- Lift-out, forced air cooling system for keg beer.
- Forces a stream of chilled air through the product contents.
- Foamed insulation prevents condensation build-up and keeps the chilled air condensed.
- Durable stainless steel beer top with sleek black vinyl exterior.
- Warranty: one year parts and labor, five year compressor
Rapids Beer Tips
To ensure your Beer Dispenser is ready to go right out of the box, Rapids suggests you purchase either a Deluxe Tapping Kit (containing a CO2 kit, a cleaning kit, and a tapping kit), OR a simple CO2 Kit, depending on your needs.
Need More Beer?
To dispense even more than the factory-default number of beers at one time, you will need a few other items as well:
- Extra CO2 hose (4 ft per each new keg is recommended) and 2 clamps for each new hose
- Beer line, hex nuts, and washers to attach your keg to the dispenser
- Additional coupler so you can hook up your CO2 line and beer line to the keg completes the setup.
To add an additional faucet to your existing draft arms:
- Depending on whether you want to add one, two, or three products, different kits are required. Each kit contains a sleeve, insulation, 3 set screws, and shank(s)
- For each product you are adding, a faucet will be needed
- The coupler, CO2 hose, clamps, etc. will be required here as well, as you are still adding additional kegs.
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