This system implements a chiller also called a power pack 4 that uses the power of glycol to keep your beer cold from keg to tap.
Glycol beer system temperature.
Perfect balance in temperature and pressure from the cooler to the tap determines the quality of the beer you pour and the profit you put in your pocket.
There are few things a beer drinker hates more than beer that is not cold.
Unfortunately if the glycol system is not.
Some brewing aficionados prefer cold room cooling with glycol over a direct refrigeration method.
By chilling the liquid glycol and pumping it into lines that run alongside the beer lines the beer is chilled and maintained within one degree of the temperature in the walk in cooler.
It s the key to consistently pouring the perfect glass of beer.
Glycol cooled draft beer dispensing systems are typically used in commercial applications such as bars restaurants and stadiums.
This is done by the power pack chilling and constantly.
This temperature range will help maintain the correct beer line operating temperature from the keg cool room to the point of dispense minimising any warming and c02 breakout due to temperature degradation.
They assume that if the chiller system is at 27 f glycol the freezing point of the solution only needs to be below 27 f.
For the majority of long draw or commercial draft beer systems especially those running 6 or more beer lines or draft systems running over 15 feet a glycol cooled system is the way to go.
That is why glycol systems exist.
Glycol chilled water reservoir tanks should maintain a temperature range of minus 2 degrees celsius to minus 4 degrees celsius.
The best way to guarantee exact target temperature in your draft system is by installing a glycol system for long draw setups up to 450 away from cooler.
But you must keep in mind the temperature of the refrigerant will be 10 15 f below the temperature of the glycol.
Many brewery operators don t understand why so much glycol is needed in their chiller system.
In a glycol beer system the multiple beer lines are combined side by side with glycol lines which are in turn bundled inside an insulating foam rubber tube.
A system that works in harmony.
Room temperature is simply not acceptable if you are looking for refreshment.
The heart of a glycol system is the power pack a refrigeration unit.
Usp grade glycol will help put on the brakes letting you have better control of internal temperatures and fermentation as a whole and giving you more quality control over your beer.
Micro matic has the equipment for your next system in stock.
Most glycol beer systems are 100 or less.
These chilling systems utilize trunk lines cooled beer towers and a glycol chiller.