Keg Master Series X - Kegerator Base Fridge with Regulator
This new kegerator model is a big step up from the older Series 4 model. This new Series X has several major advancements:
- It is 10% more power efficient
- 15% faster cooling and better cooling in hotter climates
- Thicker walls for improved insutation
- FITS 4 CORNY KEGS (purchased separately)
- Kegerator Main Body
- MK4 KegLand Regulator
- Wire Shelf
- Black Plastic Wrap Around Drip Tray
- Castor Wheels
- CO2 Cylinder Holder (designed to suit 2.6kg gas cylinder)
- Chrome Plated Guard Rail
If you want a full kegerator package you will need the need a FONT PACK, TAPS, CONNECTION PACK, GAS CYLINDER and KEGS.
FONT PACK - you will need one of these 4 different font optoins
a) Single Tap Font Kit
b) Double Tap Font Kit
c) Triple Tap Font Kit
d) Quadruple (Four) - 4 Tap Font Kit
We highly recommend option a) as this will generally give you the best results.
a) Stainless Steel Taps
b) Stainless Steel Flow Control Taps
CONNECTION PACK - this is the different connection types to fit the various different kegs that exist in Australia
a) A-type Keg Coupler
b) D-type Keg Coupler
c) Liquid and Gas Ball Lock Fittigns (you will need 1 gas and 1 liquid for each tap) with duotight MFL fitting to easily attach your line to these fittings.
For beer you will most likely want to get option a) or b) however some nitro beverages such as stout or nitro coffee require nitrogen which is option c)
a) 2.6kg CO2 Gas Cylinder
b) 6.0kg CO2 Gas Cylinder
c) disposable nitrogen cylinder and regulator
d) We also highly recommend a duotight MFL fitting for your MK4 regulator. Making the process of attaching your regulator to your EVABarrier line much easier.
Options a), b), c), and d) are good options for home brewing but option e) is the best choice if you want to purchase commercial beer.
a) 19L Ball Lock Kegs (you can fit up to 4 of these in the fridge). This is the most popular option for home brewing.
b) 9.5L Ball Lock kegs (you can fit up to 4 of these in the fridge)
c) 19L Second Hand Ball Lock Kegs. If you want to save some money you can get these second hand kegs but really we recommend option a)
d) 50L Keg with A-type or D-type spear or ball lock tapping head. Very few people home brew in these large kegs but it can be done if you really want to.
e) No kegs. If you want to get commercial beer from a brewery this normally comes in a keg so no need to purchase your own.
Australian 12 Month Warranty
|Back in Stock Date||15 Jun 2020|
|Custom Order Status||Available From|
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