A Kegerator is simply a combination of two machines: standard refrigerator and a beer keg. Specifically, it is a barrel in a refrigerator with a dispenser spigot on the outside, so that dispensable cold beer at any time without ice. Knowing how a Kegerator works require an understanding of how components work.
Kegerators are becoming more popular for home use. They can be bought or homemade.
A modern refrigerator uses an electrical, mechanical process to chemical gas, individually to compress. This liquid has a shallow boiling point when it travels as a gas through the cooling coils of a refrigerator, so it is freezing and pulls heat out of the fridge, after going through the turns that cool the interior of the fridge, the gas moves to coils outside the refrigerator, where it loses heat in the space around it. It converts to a liquid and is then heated in the evaporator. After this happens, the cycle can start again.
In essence, the process is the gas cycle of the water, and the cooling effect that one can observe when water evaporates from dry skin is identical. The only difference is that these are much colder.
To make a homemade Kegerator, you need to purchase a mini-fridge without an ice compartment inside. Otherwise, there will not be room for the keg.
A beer keg consists of a large, extremely durable aluminum can containing non-carbonated beer. Unlike bottled or canned beer, which is about a natural sugar-metabolizing carbonated beverage, is manual, a barrel of beer carbonated with a separate tank of compressed gas – mostly carbon dioxide, nitrogen, or a combination of both.
The container in which the gas is stored in the tap water itself. The gas is pumped into the keg, causing the carbonated beer to flow from the tube and nozzle and into a glass.
A kegerator is directed to external access to the beer spout so that the drink can be dispensed without opening the fridge. Usually, this spout is placed on the refrigerator, placing it at the optimal beer delivery level. In homemade Kegerators, openings in the refrigerator’s pour spout must be threaded through. This requires the correct sealing of said holes so that the cold does not escape from the fridge.