These diagrams compare a typical competitive system to the superior Millennium and The 32 Systems. The difference is in the design of the Chill-Rite Systems that ensure 32 degree beverages under all conditions as indicated below.
All competitive systems are dependent on the walk-in cooler temperature and usually experience a +2 degree rise in temperature by the time the beverage gets to the tap. In other words, if the walk-in cooler temperature is 40 degrees, the temperature of the beer at the tap will be 42 degrees.
Chill-Rite Millennium System
With the Chill-Rite Millennium System, the beer is cooled to 8 degrees below the walk-in cooler temperature. In this example, the beer at the tap is maintained at 32 degrees (8 degrees below the walk-in cooler temperature of 40 degrees).
The 32 System - Warm keg = 32 degree tap temp = No foam, perfect beer at high volumes
With The 32 System, the beer temperature is maintained at 32 degrees independent of the walk-in cooler temperature. In the example below, even though the walk-in cooler temperature has risen to 50 degrees, the temperature of the beer at the tap is still 32 degrees.