Trunk Line for Glycol Refrigeration System
Glycol dispensing systems are typically seen in places like bars or restaurants and are a way to keep draft beer at a proper temperature from the cooler all the way the keg tap. A specialized power pack cools and circulates an anti-freeze glycol solution next to the beer tubes to keep them at a regulated cool temperature. The glycol product and the beer run side-by-side the whole way through the tube, this making the insulation an important part of the process.
How the Beer Trunk Line Supports the Glycol Cooling System
The trunk line is basically a form of insulation and is a great way to keep the separate glycol lines and beer lines close together. The beer and coolant glycol solution are wrapped within this flexible barrier that allows the coolant to effectively maintain the beverages desired temperature. The trunk line is also sealed efficiently to prevent condensation from forming on the insulation of the system.
Glycol Beer System Trunk Line Features
- Provides 8 distinctly marked product beer lines and 2 glycol lines for effective and easy use. Product tubes and numbered while the glycol tubes are color-coded.
- Soft foam beer case line insulation.
- The 3/8 inch barrier tube helps to prevent any flavor contamination from the glycol product.
- Hermetically sealed tubing prevents any condensation from forming in the insulation.
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