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Glycol Chiller | ChillPro 3200V with Two Vane Pumps (3200 BTUs - 125' Run)

Original price $2,443.49 - Original price $2,443.49
Original price
$2,443.49
$2,443.49 - $2,443.49
Current price $2,443.49

Estimated time to Ship:

1-2 Weeks

This glycol beer line chiller is the ideal solution for beer pubs and restaurants looking to optimize their long-draw draft beer dispensing systems. It features a ⅜ horsepower (HP) compressor and a digital thermostat for easy temperature adjustment within the unit. The extended trunkline reaches up to 125 feet, making it suitable for most medium and large-sized bars.

One of the biggest advantages of this glycol chiller is the increased mobility and freedom it offers when choosing the location of your dispensing unit within your bar. You can store your beer in a walk-in cooler up to 125 feet away from the dispensing area.

Main Benefits of Glycol Flash Chillers

  • Easy to install and use - to prior refrigeration skills required
  • Low service and maintenance costs
  • No leaking of refrigerants
  • Temperature can be regulated on a thermostat
  • Recommended for long-draw commercial draft beer systems

Product Highlights

  • 75 ft range
  • 7-gal glycol tank capacity
  • Digital thermostat
  • Optional 6’’ legs
  • Procon pump

CP-3200V-2-GP Glycol Draft Beer System Chiller Specifications

Name ChillPro 3200V 2GP
Maximum Distance, ft 75'
Capacity, BTU/hr evap 20f 3200
Glycol Tank Capacity, gal 5.5
Dedicated Circuit, amp 15
Compressor Power, hp 3/8
Pump Type 2 x Vane with 1/3 motor
Pump 4 GPH
Thermostat Digital
Refrigerant R134A
Legs (optional) 6"
Dimensions WxDxH, in 15.2x18.1x29.7
Weight Gross / Net, lbs 93/82

Important Installation Information:

  • To qualify for product return and/or warranty coverage, this item must be installed by a qualified installer.
  • Qualified Installer: A licensed professional who charges a fee for their services and holds a valid business license, contractor's license, or resale permit.
  • Examples of Qualified Installers: Electricians, general contractors, and heating and air conditioning specialists.