Antec TriCool 120mm 3 Speed Fan [Stir Plate Project, Kegerator Circulation]

Antec TriCool 120mm Cooling Fan with 3-Speed Switch

TriCool 120mm Cooling Fan with 3-Speed Switch by Antec

Possible uses include… putting together a DIY Stir Plate and using this for a recirculating fan in your kegerator – See: Kegerator Beer Line Temperatures & Reducing Foam with a Recirculating Fan

The three speed switch may come in handy for a DIY stir plate build.  Depending on your setup, it could *possibly* negate the need for a speed/control potentiometer in a stir plate build.  I’ve received feedback along those lines, although I haven’t tried or verified this myself.  HBF Reader Dave B said “Have used this for a stir plate setup… totally don’t need a potentiometer (speed controller) – just use the high-med-low.” via a post comment on 3/31/2015.

What are others saying?  Search this product’s Amazon reviews for “stir” and “kegerator

Antec TriCool 120mm Cooling Fan with 3-Speed Switch – note, multiple variations of this product may exist including different sizes and other options, a different product may show up at this link


Top Post: Kegerator Beer Line Temperatures & Reducing Foam with a Recirculating Fan

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6 thoughts on “Antec TriCool 120mm 3 Speed Fan [Stir Plate Project, Kegerator Circulation]

  1. Adam

    It is designed to connect to a computer power supply unit, with the controller cable attached to the motherboard. You should be able to take any 12V power supply and splice the cables with this. Someone in the Q&A section mentions that there is a small switch to change the fan speed (can also be controlled by the computer if using as designed).

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  2. Adam

    The 80mm version is a few cents cheaper but prime eligible (though you can do the pre-order trick for this add-on).

    How do you adjust the speed?

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  3. Dave Buskirk

    Have used this for a stir plate setup… totally don’t need a potentiometer (speed controller) – just use the high-med-low.

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