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Jockey Box Cold Plate 8x12 in. - 2 Lines
COLDPLATE2

Jockey Box Cold Plate 8x12 in. - 2 Lines

$99.99
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Description

Make your own jockey box or draft box with 2 product cold plate. Cold plates are thin profile aluminum blocks in which stainless steel tubing is embedded. There is total surface contact between the 22' (11' per line) of embedded stainless tube and the cooling aluminum which makes plates the most efficient method of cooling per foot. Cooling plates are perfect in low volume applications where space is an issue. If your draft box is for backyard parties, camping trips, or you always also ice your kegs, plates are the perfect choice. Plates are also great because they take up very little space allowing you to also store cans, bottles, or even food in your cooler as well. If you want to serve beer at a festival or wedding where the beer might be constantly flowing, coils are the better choice.  

Inlet and outlet fittings are 5/16" x 1/4" flare. 1/4" flare connections on the outside, 5/16 threaded into the plate.

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Item # COLDPLATE2
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - Out Of Stock
Weight 11 LBS
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Steve J on Apr 18, 2020
building a new kockey box
Daniel S on May 7, 2018
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Steve J on Apr 18, 2020
Making a jockey box
Michael M on Jul 16, 2018
building a new kockey box
Daniel S on May 7, 2018
Making a jockey box
Michael M on Jul 16, 2018
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Great for small groups!
Just like the description states, this is fine for your casual small group of friends to enjoy ice cold beverages. It will not keep up with a constant flow. A coil setup would be better but at twice the price. With a plate chiller, you still have room in your cooler for cans, or even frosted mugs. A coil setup takes up all of the room in a cooler and requires more ice. This will be fine for what I'm doing with it.
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