The EG-1/2P EXTRA 250 Ft. Glycol Chiller with a procon pump, and an optional second pump, is an ideal beer and beverage cooler. This glycol cooler comes equipped with a 1/2hp compressor and digital thermostat. This chiller includes a 15GI bath and is designed for up to a 250' run distance.
A glycol chiller is the right solution if you're using a long-draw system - meaning you would like to have your chiller several feet away from where you plan to dispense. This system implements the power of glycol to move beer further distances, while still keeping it cold from keg to tap. Propylene glycol is combined with water to create a chilled mixture that's pumped from the glycol power pack through the cooling lines that run parallel to your beer lines. Propylene glycol, a non-toxic, food-grade antifreeze, is the main component that's been used for many years in food-processing systems. Glycol cooled draft beer dispensing systems are typically used in commercial applications such as bars, restaurants, and stadiums.
Glycol Power Pack: Glycol Cooling of Beer and Beverages
up to 250' Run
Optional Second Pump
Ideal Beer and Beverage Chiller!
WARNING: This product has Brass components. Brass alloys are known to contain trace amounts of Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Glycol Chiller Specs
Glycol Tank Capacity
Pump Flow Rate
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I have A restaur as nt where i have a glycol chiller for my beer .how do i know which model to replacd
by Vinnieon January 06, 2020
Glycol units are sized to the length of glycol line, so you need to determine how far your glycol/trunk lines are. The shape of the unit is also a factor, there are short stalky ones that are designed to fit in small spaces and then tall ones that are meant to sit on the ground. If you wanted to send a picture of the unit you are replacing and how long your trunk lines are I could send you a quote.
by Anthonyon January 08, 2020
Labor - 12 Months
Parts - 12 Months
Compressor - 72 Months
The compressor is covered for 5 years from the date of purchase