Doner freezer, you can see the new 20amp dedicated circuit just to the left under the breaker box.
All the cooling aperatus is on top. No lines in the walls to worry about if I need to make a hole.
Right hand side. I added the flat perforated bars, you will see why later. Cold air is forced down the louvered column in the back.
Regulator Manifold. Regs were all given to me. Ended up taking the stuff off the left to have room to mount it.
Dry fit, 8 cornies on the right side, you can see the top of the 10# co2 tank just left of the cornies. You can see shelving I added on the left, originally the freezer only had rails to hold commercial sized baking sheets/pans etc. I used the white plastic coated shelving to make shelves.
High tech tap locks:
False panel with faucets. Piano hinge on the right, there is a bit of a bow in the wall so the hinge doesn't fit flush near the top.
False panel open. There is a "door jamb" of the same material on the left attached to the flat stock I added. The false panel material is two thin sheets of anodized aluminum with a foam core between them. It is very ridged. I only had to add that bit of wood in the back because the shanks are not threaded for the last inch or so.
I hadn't compleatly decided on the false pannel stuff when I ordered my stuff so that shanks are much longer than I need. All the shanks have 1/4" MFL nipples to make it easy to swap out a hose, etc.