Thrill International glass chillers consume only 4g per second of CO2: 50% less than our competitors.
Low CO2 consumption will reduce the maintenance costs of the glass chiller, increasing the autonomy of the tank and reducing CO2 emissions - they emit the same amount of pollution as human breath.
Thrill International glass chillers are eye-catching thanks to their wide LCD screen where you can display videos and pictures.
The condensing smoke that emerges during the chilling process combined with the soft whistle the machine makes, completes the unique experience of a Thrill International machine.
Thrill International glass chillers are silent. There is no motor, air compressor or moving parts that can make noise.
The cooling system is based on a spray of CO2 that produces a soft whistle.
It is a delicate, pleasant sound that is not annoying and makes our machines also suitable for peaceful environments.
Thrill International is the only company that manufactures a glass chiller that allows the CO2 tank to be placed up to 12 meters away from the machine.
This is a unique technology, developed and created by Thrill International to meet the requirements of customers who need to place the CO2 tank far from the glass chiller.
Every glass chiller has the E.R.T. feeding system. You can place the tank anywhere you like or create a dedicated area for the tank with no issues.
Standard versions are supplied with a 2 meter pipe.
This graphic compares the most common glass cooling methods and measures their effects from 30 minutes before use up to 30 minutes after use.
We compared the three most used methods to cool glasses – Thrill International machines, freezers and ice-machines. As you can see, in just 10 seconds the Thrill International machines lower the glass temperature from 21° C to -35° C. Putting the glass in the freezer lower the glass temperature from 20° C to - 20° C in 30 minutes. Cooling the glass with ice lowers the glass temperature from 20° C to 0° C in ten seconds.
In short, Thrill International glass chillers quickly chill the glass to a lower temperature than other methods, keeping the glass temperature below 0° C for a good 10 minutes.
To test the amount of microorganisms an untreated control glass and a clean glass, treated with carbon dioxide, were prepared. After the microorganisms had adhered by drying on the surface of the glasses, the treatment was carried out. This consisted of a blast of carbon dioxide inside the glass. Data presented in colony-forming units (CFU)/glass (% of bacteria reduction).
Certificate of analysis n. 154/MC on 15/07/2014 from the Department of Food Science of the University of Udine.
Our glass chillers can be used on small, medium, large and very large glass or plastic containers.
Over 88% microbial abatement certified by the University of Udine
For each organism, a control glass (inoculated and untreated) was prepared and tested against a second glass that had been inoculated and treated with carbon dioxide. After drying the glasses to ensure the microorganisms had adhered to the sides of the glass, the treatment, which consisted of blasting carbon dioxide into the inside of the glasses, was performed. Data in colony-forming units (CFUs) / glass (% reduction).
Certificate of analysis N. 154 / MC (07.15.2014) issued by the Department of Food Science, University of Udine.