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Air-cooled glycol chillers are purpose built for the unique requirements of breweries and distilleries.
Set up for low temperature operation and high flow, the glycol chiller is designed to circulate glycol through fermentation tanks, conditioning tanks, wort chiller and storage rooms.
Temperature control is achieved by using a "tailor made" microprocessor control instrument designed and manufactured exclusively for this glycol chiller.
This glycol chiller is designed to be located indoors.
The electrical cabinet is NEMA 1 rated.
A rugged frame supports the the components in these glycol chillers.
Shipment is made via enclosed trailer.
This glycol chiller is designed for indoor installation.
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Model: BGD-7.5A (1)
Unit Cooling Capacity
(2)Glycol Temperature @ 25°F : 45,512 BTU/hr
(3)Glycol Temperature @ 50°F : 86,400 BTU/hr
Horsepower : 7.5
Type : Digital Scroll
Type : Fan
CFM : 10,000
(4)Ambient : 90°F
Type : R-410A
Horsepower : 2
Flow : 18 GPM
Capacity : 25 Gallons
Lid : Standard
To Process : 1-1/4"
From Process : 1-1/4"
Full Load Amperage(5)
230/3/60 : 50.0
460/3/60 : 25.0
575/3/60 : 20.0
Height : 60"
Width : 34"
Depth : 56"
Shipping : 1,050 LBS
Since product innovation and improvement is our constant goal, all features and specifications are subject to change without notice or liability. Selection of certain optional features may change listed specifications.
Capacity at 25°F LFT and 115 °F condensing temperature. Capacities may be +/5% as reserved by the compressor manufacturer. The minimum recommended operating temperature when no glycol is used is 48°F.
Capacity at 50°F LFT and 115 °F condensing temperature. Capacities may be +/5% as reserved by the compressor manufacturer. The minimum recommended operating temperature when no glycol is used is 48°F.
Design ambient conditions. Loss of capacity and/or difficulty operating will occur at higher ambients. Minimum recommended ambient is 60°F.
Full load amps are higher than run load amps and must be used for sizing disconnects and supply wiring.