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ITEM # SquareCoil120Kit

Square Jockey Box Coil - 120' - Stainless Steel - High Efficiency

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This stainless steel jockey box coil features a square shape for a snugger fit in your cooler, legs to allow chilled water to get underneath, and 120-foot length.


    Pour your draft beer more efficiently than ever with this 120-foot jockey box coil.

    Jockey box coils are designed to cool your beer as it travels through the coil. They sit inside a cooler, in an ice bath. With regular cleaning, these 304 stainless steel coils will not cause funky flavors in your brew over time. This jockey box coil is designed in an innovative square shape to help provide a snugger, more secure fit in your cooler. It utilizes unique spacer legs to create a slight elevation that allows your ice bath to chill from underneath, resulting in a more consistently cold, less foamy product.

    This 120-foot long jockey box coil includes hex nuts, ferrules, and rubber grommets on each side for connection to your cooler coupling in the back and beer shank in the front. The 120-foot length offers a large amount of surface area for rapid, efficient cooling of your beer, making this a great option for events with high-volume dispensing.

    In 3/8" and 1/4" outside diameter, these coils are the right size for the majority of larger jockey box kits. Set up your jockey box no more than 10 feet from your ice cold keg. Attach the beer line from the top of the keg coupler to the cooler coupling, and the air line from the outlet barb on the CO2 regulator to other side of the coupler. Adjust the keg regulator to 40-60 PSI based on your setup. Keep both the jockey box coils and keg cold throughout to avoid foaming (no more than 40° F).

    Be sure to wash out your lines and coils after each use, just as you would normally clean your beer lines. Check out our jockey box instructions and tips for more information on completing your setup.

    Please note: this product listing includes the square 120' coil and fittings only. Check out our entire line of jockey boxes for full kits, build-your-own kits, and more! 

    • Made of 304 stainless steel
    • Square shape for better fit in cooler
    • Sits on spacer legs to allow cold water to chill brew from underneath
    • Larger surface area makes this coil perfect for high-volume dispensing situations
    • Includes hex nuts, ferrules, and rubber grommets on either side for easy connection

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    • Coil O.D.: 3/8" - 1/4"
    • Coil Length: 120'
    • Coil Dimensions: 9"H x 9 1/2"W x 9 1/2"D
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    Well manufactured and easy to install.
    Square coil installed in my Igloo cooler. Ready for tailgating this weekend.
    Square coil installed in my Igloo cooler. Ready for tailgating this weekend.
    November 13, 2018
    Springfield, VA, US
    1 year ago
    Would you recommend this product?
    Yes! I would recommend this product.
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    I'm extremely grateful to Kegworks for all their help in getting my jockey box up and running. Everything worked without a hitch.
    October 24, 2018
    Curwensville, Pa
    1 year ago
    Questions & Answers
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    How much does this item weigh?
    A shopper on Jun 30, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: This coil weighs 13 pounds.
    Will 2 of these fit in a 48 qt Coleman cooler?
    A shopper on Feb 12, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Yes plenty room
    What is the weight for the 120ft coil?
    A shopper on Oct 13, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: It weighs 9 pounds
    Is the benefit of the square coil over round simply how it fits in cooler and that's it?
    Jeff C on Feb 27, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Hi Jeff, in addition to a better fit, the square coil also has spacer legs which elevate the coil and slightly separates each coil which allows the cold water to chill from underneath to keep your beer colder. Cheers!
    I am planning to use an artic (Yeti) cooler with thicker walls and am not sure a 4" shank will be long enough. Do you offer any longer shanks that I could use with this coil?
    A shopper on Jun 24, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. While I can't speak specifically to the Artic cooler that you mentioned, we use a 4" jockey box shank on our 65 and 75 Yeti Jockey Boxes and they fit without issue. Hope that helps! Cheers!
    4" Draft Beer Shank for Jockey Box
    What hardware would I need to connect the coil to the shank from the product as sold?
    Kevin B on Mar 26, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Hi Kevin, Here are the parts and quantities needed. These coils are only compatible with our 4" Shanks (#1334CF-5) and 4" Cooler Couplings (#219AW-4).

    2x Hex Nuts (#3015)
    1x 3/8" Ferrule (#279F)
    2x Grommet (#277G)
    1x 1/4" Ferrule (#277F)

    Ferrule for Jockey Box Compression Fitting - 1/4
    Ferrule for Jockey Box Compression Fitting - 1/4"
    Grommet for Jockey Box Compression Fitting - 1/4
    Grommet for Jockey Box Compression Fitting - 1/4"
    Ferrule for Jockey Box Compression Fitting - 3/8
    Ferrule for Jockey Box Compression Fitting - 3/8"
    Hex Nut for Beverage Line - 3/8
    Hex Nut for Beverage Line - 3/8" Bore
    What is the resistance of this coil? I would do the math but I cant find the length of each tube size (so all anyone can tell is its between 24lbs & 240lbs )
    Andy S on Feb 25, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Hi Andy,

    The resistance for this coil is 25.2lbs.
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