Mar 01, 2019 by Dan

Q: What is the power draw on this kegerator - such as when the compressor first kicks on to cool the fridge down (usually the max power draw) as well as normal operation. I would like to put one in a room that shares outlets and dont want to trip the breaker

A: As with most high draw appliances the kegerator should be on a dedicated 15 amp circuit as the draw upon startup can be between 6-8 amps.


Feb 26, 2019 by Matt

Q: If you don't chose the optional lift gate delivery, do you have to unload it off the truck yourself?

A: Yes, unless you live in an area that GSO delivers, which is CA, OR, WA, parts of NV, AZ, UT, NM, and ID.


Jan 26, 2019 by Andrew

Q: What parts do I need to use this with a combination of commercial kegs and homebrew kegs? Assume all I would own is what comes in the box.

A: You would need a Sankey coupler Item B70 (plated brass) or B71 (stainless steel) P61 and P62 Sankey ball lock conversion Ball lock gas and beer fittings of your choice A regulator and a Co2 tank


Jan 07, 2019 by Mark

Q: Is the tower itself made of stainless steel or chrome?

A: Type 304 Stainless steel with a brushed finish


Jan 06, 2019 by Dan

Q: Will a sankey coupler with the ball lock adapters fit inside? I want to be able to have the option to use a sankey coupler with ball lock fittings for one line so I can have a 1/6 keg of commercial brew if I only have 1 corny of homebrew

A: It will if you also fit a P64 Low Profile Adapter to the Sankey.


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