The Chill Pak Draft System uses glycol chill plates, lines and tap components to maximize beer temperatures that results in colder beer with less foam waste.
The Chill Pak Draft System uses glycol chill plates, lines and tap components to maximize beer temperatures that results in colder beer with less foam waste. The system is modular, so it can be configured to fit the needs of almost any operation, from single beer tap systems to high-volume applications. By utilizing continuously circulating chilled glycol, beer is never allowed to gain heat along the path, unlike other systems that depend on the ambient temperatures of keg rooms for additional cooling power. The system not only keeps beer at an optimal serving temperature of 30ºF, but also incorporates a money-saving foam reduction system that eliminates 98% of waste due to foam in the delivery lines.
Within the draft system, the beer is first chilled by glycol that circulates through special lines adjacent to the beer lines. The beer then continues through the in-line reservoir that acts as both a buffer and as a cold exchanger by assuring a constant supply of beer at consistent temperatures. Finally, the beer continues to be chilled by circulating glycol as it reaches the cold draft arm or cold tower for delivery to the customer.
McCall Refrigeration, 81 West Holly Street, Parsons, TN 38363. Tel: 901-847-5570; Fax: 901-847-9012.