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Kegland Series X - 4 Tap Kegerator

£655.00 Regular price

SHIPPING CAN TAKE UP TO A WEEK AND IS VIA A PALLET DELIVERY SERVICE. AFTER PURCHASE WE WILL CONTACT YOU TO ARRANGE DELIVERY. (IF SCOTLAND / NON MAINLAND UK PLEASE SEE BELOW)

We are offering the Series X as a complete kit with all the taps and fittings to serve from either 2, 3 or 4 corny kegs at once (kegs not included). This listing is for the 4 tap version - see our other listings for no tap, 2 or 3 tap systems.

Comes with everything a home-brewer needs to dispense their corny kegs -  you only need to provide the corny kegs and the CO2. If you want to dispense commercial kegs (Sankey, Key Kegs etc) please get in touch and will custom design a solution for you.

Improved features compared to the Series 4

- 10% More Energy Efficient
- 15% Faster Cooling
- 40% Thicker Side Walls
- 25% Larger Condenser
- 30% Larger Evaporator
- FITS 4 (NEW KEGLAND) KEGS (ONLY 3 OF THE SHORTER RECONDITIONED TYPE - CHECK WITH US IF YOU ARE UNSURE)

Shipping cost is for England and Wales mainland addresses only (not Scotland / NI, IOM, IOW etc) - please contact us for a quote if you are in these areas (currently not shipping to EU).  We ship this item on a pallet and it costs a lot more to ship further further afield than our standard DPD service.

The Kegerator as supplied by BKT includes:

  • Discounted pallet delivery - £25 (takes up to a week longer than our standard deliveries - see delivery page for dispatch times).
  • 1 x Keg Master Series X Kegerator Fridge with Font Fan Switch
  • 1 x HoneyComb Reinforced Black Plastic Drip Tray
  • 1 x Stainless Steel Guard Rail
  • 1 x Font Plug
  • 1 x Reinforced four-point anchored castor wheels with bolts. (2 Locking, 2 Non-Lockable)
  • 1 x CO2 Cylinder Bracket Holder for 2.6kg Cylinder (does not fit larger 6kg bottle common in the UK)
  • DOES NOT INCLUDE ANY KEGS

4 Tap Kit Includes:

BEER 

  • Choice of 4 Taps
  • 4 x Liquid MFL disconnects with duotight fittings
  • Quadruple font kit:
    • 4 Tap - Brushed Stainless Steel Font
    • 4 x duotight Compatible Short Shank
    • 4 x Black Plastic Tap Handle
    • Pre-Cut - 4mm ID x 8mm OD Evabarrier Beer Line
    • 4 x duotight 6.5mm x 8mm push in fittings to easily join the beer line to the tap shanks
    • 4 x Metric M5 stainless screws to secure the font to the fridge

    GAS

    • 1x Kegland Mk4 CO2 Regulator with 5/16" reducer
    • 5mm ID x 8mm OD Evabarrier Gas Line
    • Duotight connectors and splitters
    • 4x Gas MFL disconnects with duotight fittings

    These kits are fully customise-able - please contact us for details. 

    Dimensions (according to Kegland):
    - 600mm Wide
    - 640mm Deep
    - 845mm Height (excluding castor wheels and the height of guard rail, drip tray or font)
    - 890mm Height of the fridge part (including castor wheels but excluding the height of guard rail, drip tray or font)

    • Order before midday (mon - fri) for same day shipping
    • Orders over £80 ship with DPD next day service
    • Smaller items ship with royal mail from £2.90

    Prices are calculated at the checkout. Please see our full shipping policy here.


    Free next day delivery on orders over £80

    Kegland Series X - 4 Tap Kegerator

    £655.00 Regular price
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