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mcdaino

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Hey guys,

Any ideas on how to cheaply run a flooded font for a keg system? Needs to be permanently on!

Cheers
 

NickB

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Old freezer full of water, pond pump.

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donburke

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Hey guys,

Any ideas on how to cheaply run a flooded font for a keg system? Needs to be permanently on!

Cheers

cheap to setup ? or cheap to run ?
 

mcdaino

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Cheaper to run :) Looked at keg king and they have a fan that blows air up the font. Might be worth a look.
 

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Cheaper to run :) Looked at keg king and they have a fan that blows air up the font. Might be worth a look.
Average solution - air cooling is Ok in and of itself, but that particular chunk of hardware is, well, average.

You can buy a more commercial grade air blower, air cooled lines etc etc from chi company... no idea if its any good, but it certainly looks a lot better than I know the KK unit is
 

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Just to understand your requirements better.
Why does it need to be permanently on? Maybe timers could help?

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