Double Line Cold Plate

  • Double Line Cold Plate

Double Line Cold Plate

SKU K226

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$129.99

Product Details

Looking to build your own jockey (draft) box, but don't know what to use to chill the beer with? The Double Line Cold Plate is a great option. The aluminum housing lets the beer flow through 18 gauge stainless steel product line. The beer goes in warm, and comes out cold. You also get the o rings with this very low profile plate. The liquid "in" and"out" barbs are sold seperately.
Looking to build your own jockey (draft) box, but don't know what to use to chill the beer with? The Double Line Cold Plate is a great option. The aluminum housing lets the beer flow through 18 gauge stainless steel product line. The beer goes in warm, and comes out cold. You also get the o rings with this very low profile plate. The liquid "in" and "out" barbs are sold separately. Other items you need to complete your jockey box:
  • Pass through shanks
  • Taps
  • Tap handles
  • Faucet shanks
  • Hex nuts
  • Tail pieces
  • Tubing
  • Clamps
  • Kegging system

Additional Information

SKU K226

Customer Reviews

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K.
If you know how to use it....

I felt the lone review was unjustifiably low so I felt I should clear a few things up. I have used 1, 2, and 4 line cool plates for years and here are my opinions._x000D__x000D_I would recommend using SS coils for 1-2 tap boxes and cold plates for anything more than that. This is strictly based on cost and cooler space. You will not have a problem cooling your beer with these if properly used. _x000D__x000D_1. Set this 2-3" from the bottom of the cooler to allow water and ice to envelope the plate._x000D_2. Do not keep draining the water out of the cooler. The more ice/water surface area contact there is the better it will cool. _x000D_3. You will have to play with your gas regulation to get your perfect pour. I usually end up around 18psi with a warm keg. Sitting in the sun, I can end up around 23-28psi. You'll have to do the same with a SS coil.

J
J.
Only works with cold kegs!

The coil inside this plate is not long enough to fit an entire 16 oz of beer, let alone several. In other words, don't count on this plate to chill beer from a warm keg. You will get serious foaming no matter what you do with line sizing and pressure control. It won't foam if you keep your keg cold, but that sort of ruins the convenience factor (now I have to keep a keg and jockey box cold???). I recommend you save up for a long length SS coil that can chill several servings at once, this one is just too small.