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Mini Kegerator Dispenser SPT BD-0538

This attractive countertop mini kegerator dispenser is perfect for home entertainment. Chills the beer within 19 to 21 hours and stores it at the optimum temperature of 32-39 degrees Fahrenheit. Equipped with CO2 cartridge pressure system, this mini kegerator can keep your beer fresh and chilled up to 30 days.


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Capacity: 5L kegs

Input voltage: 110-120V / 60Hz

Input power: 65W / 1A

Power cord length: 4 ft

Noise level: ≤38dB(A); (ambient noise ≤25dB(A))

Temperature range : 36-53°F (2-12°C)

Unit Dimension: 10.71W x 16.3D x 16.93H in.

Package Dimension: 13 x 18 x 19 in.

Unit weight: 13.89 lbs

Gross weight: 19 lbs
Accepts standard 5 liter kegs and 5L Heineken mini kegs
CO2 pressure control; Three (3) CO2 cartridges included
Thermoelectric cooling technology
LED temperature display; Adjustable temperature
Stainless steel housing

This mini kegerator dispenser holds 5 liter smaller than expected barrels. That is 1.32 gallons or 169 fl.oz. – or around 14 glasses of lager. You should anticipate changing the smaller than usual barrel throughout a gathering. Be that as it may, brisk separates are utilized, so barrel change is speedy and simple.

The mini kegerator dispenser will keep a barrel chilly, yet it takes a large portion of a day to chill off a warm barrel. You will need to pre-cool your barrels in a fridge – particularly barrels that will be changed amid a gathering. The base set temperature is 36F, which is the place I have mine set. The cooler stop at 38F and restarts at 41F.

The hoses utilized are little distance across, so the liquid stream is “powerless”. It takes around 40 seconds to administer a 12oz glass of brew. Expanding the barrel weight does not substantially build the stream rate, but rather it increases the measure of froth on the lager. The CO2 weight controller ought to be set genuinely low for an “ordinary” measure of froth. This is plain material science, not the blame of the cooler. At the point when the barrel is under weight, CO2 breaks up into the fluid – which at that point returns as froth when the brew is administered. Lower weight, less froth.

This cooler clearly utilizes a Peltier impact strong state cooling module, so the main moving piece of the framework is the ventilation fan. The fan is louder than the fans utilized as a part of tower-design desktop PCs, yet it isn’t offensive. Outside on the porch, you need to listen hard to hear it. It is important to include water inside the cooler, so the barrel is sitting in water. Probably, the motivation behind this water is to enhance the vitality exchange from the barrel to the Peltier module. Be that as it may, a brisk deplete tap is given, so evacuating the water is simple.

The power line is short, so you should put the cooler close to an outlet or utilize an electrical line.

My one genuine protestation about this cooler is that the power line is ungrounded – 2 wire. Appears to me this displays a security peril for a machine that feasible will be utilized outside. I could not be right, however I don’t think a GFCI outlet or breaker will trip, under ground blame conditions, unless the machine has the third wire (devoted ground). The cooler has metal sides. The metal barrels sit in water that likewise is in contact with the Peltier module. I unquestionably would feel more good if the cooler was grounded and had a contact to ground the barrel too. I intend to unplug the cooler each time I change the barrel.

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