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How to Change Temperature Setpoints on Beverage-Air Refrigerators

Beverage-Air Temperature Set Point Display

Beverage-Air’s range of reliable refrigeration equipment for commercial kitchens helps you keep your fresh ingredients at the right temperature day in and day out. Many of the Beverage-Air refrigerators and freezers come with Danfoss controllers that are easy to adjust. These units already come with a factory setting of 38° F while the standard freezer temperature is set at 0° F, but if you need to adjust your temperature settings it’s thankfully very easy to do. Learn how to change your temperature setpoints on your Beverage-Air refrigeration equipment below. 

This guide covers undercounter, Kegerator and Horizon Series models.

Changing the Temperature Set Point on Beverage-Air Undercounter Refrigerator

  • Step 1—Press the UP arrow button to increase the temperature.
  • Step 2—Press the DOWN arrow button to decrease the temperature.

The display will automatically revert to showing the current temperature after 30 seconds.

How to Change Setpoint Temperature on a Beverage-Air Kegerator

The controller screen will always display the current temperature. Beverage-Air recommends that the Kegerator’s temperature be set to between 36-38° F (2-3° C).

  • Step 1—Press the UP arrow button to increase the temperature.
  • Step 2—Press the DOWN arrow button to decrease the temperature.

The display will automatically revert to showing the current temperature after 30 seconds.

Changing the Temperature Set Point on a Beverage-Air Horizon Series Unit

  • Step 1—Press the UP arrow button to increase the temperature.
  • Step 2—Press the DOWN arrow button to decrease the temperature.

The display will automatically revert to showing the current temperature after 30 seconds.

For more information on how to operate your Beverage-Air unit, troubleshooting help for your Kegerator or gasket maintenance, check out our extensive collection of Beverage-Air manuals and diagrams.

Please contact a local authorized service agent who can help with these specific units and all your commercial kitchen equipment needs.