Jockey Box cooling coil, SS, 50' x 5/16"

Item Number: 40-1877

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Stainless Steel Cooling Coil, 50' x 5/16" O.D.
Tubing: 50' x 5/16" O.D. Stainless Steel
Dimensions: approximately 5-1/2" diameter x 7" height
Includes: grommets, ferrules, and hex nut fittings for easy connection to shanks.
For replacement or building your own jockey box.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Alan Ingersoll
Jockey Box cooling coil, SS, 50' x 5/16"

These cooling coils are heavy and compact. A bonus is that these come with rubber compression 'washers' and nuts to connect to the shanks.

Kelsey Krussell
SS coil

Love this product! Made my beer come out for a warm keg to glass perfect! (Keg temp was approx 72* glass temp Was ice cold) Iíd buy another if I ever need one. Thanks AIH!

Erica Maurizio
Great Coil!

The coil fit well within the 16 quart cooler I bought for the jockey box conversion. Hooked up to both the wall coupling and faucet fitting without any leaks. Tested the coil's cooling ability by filling my cooler with 14 lb.'s of ice and topping it off with cold water. After chilling for 20 minutes the coil was providing a 33∞ temperature differential so I'm pleased with the results.

It works

If you are thinking of buying the single box, get the double box instead. Should you want to add a second line later, by the time you get the parts and installed, you will have paid the same price as the double box. But, c'est la vie, the double box works beautifully and AIH was very helpful getting all the parts together.

Timothy Klieber
Jockey Box Success

I have only had a chance to fit this coil into my cooler recently and have not run beer through it yet. That being said, it fit into a 3 gallon cooler with a bit of adjusting and coaxing. I will give an update to how well it cools down the beer to serving temp. Thank you to AIH for helping me determine which posts I would need for this project!

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