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Versonel Freestanding Full Size Kegerator Keg Fridge Beer Dispenser Stainless Steel SPP155BDSS
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- Sleek black finish with stainless steel door, Casters for easy mobility, Chrome guard rail to house tap & drip tray unit
- Can convert easily to a standard 6cf bar fridge (2 internal wire shelves included)
- Temperature Adjustment - ranges from 34 degrees to mid 40's
- Dimensions : 21.25" D x 25.25" W x 47.25" H
- Compatible Keg Types : 1/4 Barrel, 5 Gallon, 5 Gallon D System & 1/2 Barrel Full Size
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From the Manufacturer
This unit is great for those looking to have fresh tap beer available in your own home. The sleek stainless steel door provides a stylish and contemporary complement to any bar or entertaining area. Smart+ Products Kegerators allow you to brew your own beer or purchase kegs from your local distributor. Everyone knows that draft tap beer from a keg tastes better than bottled. It will also save you money. Buying beer in a keg is always cheaper than buying bottled beer. If you brew your own beer or use a brewing house then it saves in most cases over half the price of the bottled beer equivalent! Smart+ Products freestanding fridges are also used in various licensed venues (Bars / Cafes / Restaurants). The convenience, portability and aesthetics of the Smart+ Products Kegerator make a great addition to anyone's home or venue. FEATURES: Temperature Adjustment ranges from 34 degrees to mid 40's. Sleek black finish with stainless steel door. Space Saver - CO2 tank stores conveniently inside the refrigerator so unit can be placed flush to wall. Chrome guard rail to house tap and drip tray unit. Holds various sized kegs. 4 removable Caster Wheels with locks for ease of movement. Single Black Tap Tower and Chrome Tap Font with 'snap back' springs. 2 Piece Stainless Steel top Drip Tray. Easy installation instructions included. Can convert easily to a standard 6cf bar fridge (2 internal wire shelves included). Note: Beer and Gas not included. INCLUDES : All parts and accessories needed to install standard barrel kegs + 2 removable wire racks to convert to a standard bar fridge. CO2 tank must be filled and proprietary kegs may need custom taps installed. - Standard Keg coupler - Rubber choke - CO2 regulator - Beer tower tap - beer hose assembly - Beer tower washer - High pressure washer - Air hose - Drip pan top - Keg Protective base board (internal) - Beer Tower hole cover - CO2 tank - Guard rail - Beer tap wrench.
Top Customer Reviews
My wife bought me this kegerator for a birthday present and I was super excited. I ordered a keg of Stone IPA, and after some searching, I found a local place that exchanges 5 lbs beverage-quality CO2 canisters. I went ahead and swapped the empty that came with this setup for one of their exchange canisters because in the end, I think it will make my life easier not having to worry about refilling it.
I put it all together, let everything chill down inside the fridge to the coldest setting of 7 (this is important because the CO2 loses pressure when it gets cold). When I went to pour the beer, it was super foamy. I thought it was just the new keg so I let it sit for another day, and I tried it again only to end up with the same result. I wasn't sure what to do, so I did some research and found that for my elevation, my regulator was out-of-the-box set to 25 PSI - way too high. I found a PSI kegerator chart, and realized that I needed to be at a much, much lower PSI of around 5. I got a wrench and twisted the +/- nob on the regulator until I got it down to 5 PSI and that solved the foam problem - I did not need a new hose like some of the reviews stated.
My next issue. Once I adjusted the pressure the pour was fine, but I noticed the beer had a really strong plastic/rubber/metallic/chemical smell/taste. I did more research and convinced myself I had oxidized my beer by having it exposed to too much CO2 PSI - this later turned out to be false and I learned that beer can easily withstand up to 30 PSI without being ruined. I was ready to call it a wasted-keg-day, but out of denial I continued to do research on the problem.
Finally, I found an article on a beer brewing forum that talked about how the synthetic washer between the keg and the tap hose could be to blame. I disconnected the keg from the hose that connects it to the pourer, and I could smell the problem at once. There is this white ring/washer/gasket thing that comes with this kegerator that is known to give the beer this horrible taste/smell as it passes over it and/or sits in the tube, and it reeked of that chemical smell. I truly did not know one little washer could stink and foul up beer so badly, but it sure can. My fingers still smelled like that chemical a day after I washed them, and I have a terrible sense of smell. I yanked that thing out, replaced it with a rubber o-ring, and the problem was 90% solved. I ordered a keg cleaning kit to flush the remainder of the smell out of the tap tube, and a set of black synthetic washers that has been reported not to have that problem.
The only reason I gave it a 4/5 is because of the research I had to do, and the emotional toll it took on me thinking I ruined 5 gallons of expensive beer. I can tell you right now with 100% honesty that I am enjoying a beer, straight from my keg, and it is delicious. This thing is going to turn me into a beer snob for sure.
I emailed the people at Smart+ and hopefully soon they will stop shipping those bad-news white washers.
Make sure you adjust your regulator, make sure you don't use one of those white washers, and you will love this thing.
I'm surprised the other reviews didn't cover this and I don't know why the manufacturer does not tell you this, but there are three key things to note during install:
1- The "blue" valve is red
2- There is an Allen key that must be removed before you can adjust the pressure (tiny little key in them small hole on side of valve)
3- Pressure should be 7psi (or around there) - it's automatically set closer to 35
If you don't remove e Allen key you'll destroy the regulator by reefing on it.
the packaging is very good, it comes with everything you need to set it up EXCEPT for the casters being bolted to the main unit. this requires a 10mm 6 point socket or box wrench. not at all a big deal, but to get them good and tight, its necessary.
Once unpackaged and set up, we found out that the included CO2 tank was the biggest headache of the whole product, by a mile.
The tank is a 2.5lb (NOT A 5LB) CO2 tank. good quality, but Chinese made aluminum cylinder, HOWEVER, this cylinder is rated at 2,160PSi... and the valve is rated at a mere 3,000PSI.
This is OK in China, where the tank is made but it is not OK in the US where this product is sold because the working pressure of the valve must be 5/3 of the working cylinder pressure, which works out to a 3,360PSI valve.
I had the valve changed at a local gas supply chain for $15. all is now well. and its working well but something to think about since anyone worried about their license will not fill the tank with the valve that comes on it.
On to the kegerator itself
*the compressor is quiet, the stainless was well protected and looks good. the upper tap housing feels solid and accepts a standard *screw-on tap handle which is nice for personalization.
*the door is flat, not bowed, even with a half barrel, which I like just for aesthetics reasons. some competitors have convex doors.
*the whole thing is on four decent quality casters, very easy to move around on flat floors.
*the kegerator comes with a rubber holding strap that keeps the CO2 bottle out of the way inside the unit, holds 2.5 or 5lb tanks with ease.
*included regulator is cheap but works well. shows gas bottle pressure and working flow, including a 'low gas' zone in red.
*a notched base inside the kegerator that slots the kegs right in for stable storage.
*temerature! this thing gets the beer REALLY cold on the lowest setting. I have it cranked to the max '7' and beer is a frosty 21 degrees out of the tap.
*Chinese tank is not fillable at a reputable gas company due to under-rated CO2 valve
*no wrench included to install casters tightly (At least on mine)
over all, it is a VERY good unit and I would recommend to a friend.