Designed with enduring quality and value, this direct draw beer dispenser has an oversized, factory-balanced, refrigeration system that holds 33°F to 38°F. True Manufacturing's commitment to using the highest quality materials and oversized refrigeration assures colder product temperatures, and years of trouble free service.
There is one 3" diameter stainless steel insulated beer column. Cold air is directed into the beer columns to reduce foaming and maximize draft beer profits. Entire cabinet structure and solid doors are foamed-in-place using Ecomate, a high density, polyurethane insulation that has zero ozone depletion potential (ODP) and zero global warming potential (GWP). Ecomate provides unparalleled strength, rigidity, and an increase to an already industry-exceeding insulation.
Sealed, cast iron, self-lubricating evaporator fan motor and large fan blades give True beer dispensers an efficient low velocity, high volume airflow design. This unique design ensures faster temperature pull down of warm product, colder holding temperatures, and faster recovery in high use situations.
The draft beer dispenser's exterior is constructed of heavy duty, wear-resistant laminated black vinyl front and sides, with a matching black aluminum back. Countertop is constructed of stainless steel, while the interior of the keg beer dispenser is constructed of a stainless steel floor with 1/2" reinforced lip and heavy gauge galvanized steel walls. The underbar refrigerator is NSF-7 approved for packaged and bottled product.
NSF, UL, CUL, UL Energy Listed, CE
NEMA 5-15P plug on a 7' cord
Country of Origin
Made in USA
1 half barrel keg
Manufacturer Part Number
Operating Temperature Range
33°F to 38°F
23-1/2" l. x 31-1/4" d. x 39-3/4" h.
Ships via common carrier (truck freight). Liftgate and other delivery options extra. Not for residential use.
Unit of Measure
3 years parts and labor Compressor: 5 years
American made quality! Review by JS
Maintains beer at 34 degrees, even in the San Antonio summer heat. And the tower stays so cold the beer does not heat up and foam. (Posted on 12/13/2007)