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Glycol Chiller | ChillPro 7500 with Vane Pump (7500 BTUs - 650' Run)

Original price $4,241.99 - Original price $4,241.99
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$4,241.99 - $4,241.99
Current price $4,241.99

This top-of-the-line glycol power pack is a highlight of our glycol chillers catalog. It is a perfect solution for beer pubs, restaurants or stadiums looking to optimize their long-draw beer dispensing system. The ChillPro 7500 glycol chiller features a 3/4 hp compressor and a digital thermostat to adjust the temperature. The trunkline range is up to 450 ft, which is more than enough for most medium and large-sized bars.

It works like magic: a glycol cooled draft beer system consists of a power pack and a trunkline. The coolant inside the power pack (glycol) is pumped into the trunkline through separate supply and return lines, which, through coming into contact with beer lines wrapped around them, cool the beer and maintain its constant temperature from point A (storage) to point B (dispensing unit).

This means you can have your beer stored in a walk-in cooler as far as 650 feet away from the place where it is actually dispensed.

Product Highlights

  • 650 ft range
  • 18-gal glycol tank capacity
  • Digital thermostat
  • Optional additional pump 100 gal/hr
  • Optional 6’’ legs
  • Procon pump

CP-7500-1 Glycol Beer Line Cooler Specifications

Name ChillPro 7500
Maximum Distance, ft


Capacity, BTU/hr evap 20f 7500
Glycol Tank Capacity, gal 18
Dedicated Circuit, amp 20
Compressor Power, hp 3/4
Pump Type Vane with 1/3 hp motor
Optional Additional Pump 100gal/hr
Thermostat Digital
Refrigerant R134A
Legs (optional) 6"
Dimensions WxDxH, in 28x23x30
Weight Gross / Net, lbs 164/154

Important Installation Information:

  • To qualify for product return and/or warranty coverage, this item must be installed by a qualified installer.
  • Qualified Installer: A licensed professional who charges a fee for their services and holds a valid business license, contractor's license, or resale permit.
  • Examples of Qualified Installers: Electricians, general contractors, and heating and air conditioning specialists.