Ball Lock Post Bulkhead - Gas In

Ball Lock Post Bulkhead - Gas In

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This gas in ball lock bulkhead assembly allows you to add a ball lock post just about anywhere. Create your own pressure vessel or attach it to one of our aluminum gas manifolds for a quick connect option.

1/4" BSP threads and locking nut.

Kegland Part Number: KL03179

Item # KEG477
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Weight 0.14 LBS
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To use as a quick seal on SS Brewtech equipment for dry hopping and closed transfers.
Conner J on Mar 4, 2023
Cleaning fill lines
Douglas G on Dec 3, 2022
To use as a quick seal on SS Brewtech equipment for dry hopping and closed transfers.
Conner J on Mar 4, 2023
Using with my Fermonster for closed transfers
John Gale on Dec 30, 2022
Cleaning fill lines
Douglas G on Dec 3, 2022
Matched set-up for my Sankey conversion to ball lock and price.
James L on Aug 11, 2022
Wanna upgrade fermonster to achieve closed transfers
Martin L on May 23, 2022
Adding to a T on my 10 gal SS BrewTech Brite so I can push Co2 from teh top of the tank.
Keith K on May 9, 2022
Connect spunding valve to conical
John H on Mar 8, 2022
Rebuilding my keg
Randall C on Mar 5, 2022
Making a filtering system and using CO2
Traps on Mar 4, 2022
Adding to fermenter for pressure transfer
Daniel L on Feb 18, 2022
Adding to fermentation vessel for closed transfers.
Joshua A. C on Feb 15, 2022
pressure transfer from fermenter
Eric S on Dec 20, 2021
Old fittings on my kegs are starting to fail to not lock on my s
Melvin G on Oct 8, 2021
Replacing old damaged Bulkheads
Richard Arthurs on Sep 21, 2021
DIY conversion
Dennis W on Aug 25, 2021
JERRY M on Aug 4, 2021
Rebuild a corny and DIY ferment or pressure transfer
Michael R on Jul 24, 2021
So I can purge my fermenters with CO2 after closing.
corey r s on Jul 13, 2021
adapt fermonster lid for closed transfer.
Antonio Martinez on Jul 2, 2021
Building 5 Liter Mini Keg Tap
Samuel T Belknap J on Apr 24, 2021
Easy access to CO2 from the manifold w/ a gas ball lock fitting.
Nick Parker on Apr 21, 2021
Adding gas in to my Fermonster cap
Jeff Lenner on Mar 18, 2021
Need it
Tim on Mar 8, 2021
Hopefully attaching to a 1/4" nut & 5/16 barb fitting to adapt to a CO2 line
AL Ramirez on Mar 2, 2021
Closed Transfers
Jason S on Feb 15, 2021
It looks like it is what I need to do closed transfers.
Ken K on Feb 6, 2021
Closed transfers
Rick A on Jan 16, 2021
Fermenting in corny keg
David Anthony M on Nov 25, 2020
Adapting another system
John L on Nov 3, 2020
Need an additional post
Zach S on Nov 3, 2020
Pressure transfers
Stephen Y on Sep 25, 2020
Wanted to have ability to pressurise research vessels.
Alan C on Sep 10, 2020
Because it failed and stripped out on one of the 5gal torpedoes I bought - should probably get it for free in my opinion
Randall S on Sep 8, 2020
Making pressure transfer cap for Fermonster
Odin A on Aug 15, 2020
Closed transfers
Kuumba Smith on Jul 25, 2020
For Exotic Beer Piping
Matt C on Jul 11, 2020
retrofit mini keg adapter
Curtis T on Jun 28, 2020
Closed transfers
Nate R on May 22, 2020
To increase Wort oxygenation efficiency
Kenneth L F on May 19, 2020
so I can remove my tank from the kegorator easier
Joshua F on Apr 27, 2020
Plan to add to Speidel cap.
Lawrence M on Apr 25, 2020
gonna make a force carb with solid lid
Valued C on Mar 21, 2020
Closed transfers
Jacob N on Mar 19, 2020
Using with my Fermonster for closed transfers
John Gale on Dec 30, 2022
Matched set-up for my Sankey conversion to ball lock and price.
James L on Aug 11, 2022
Will this fit a SS brew bucket lid?
Rodolfo E Valladares on Oct 5, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Yes. This is exactly the purpose for which I purchased this item and it has worked great. I added a pair of o-rings (1/2" ID x 5/8" OD) inside and outside of the lid and it has worked great.
will the treads on the 1/4" ss swivel nut fit this?
justin clements on May 9, 2020
Ball Lock Post Bulkhead - Gas In
Ball Lock Post Bulkhead - Gas In
Flare Fitting - 1/4 in. Swivel Nut for 5/16 in. Barb
Flare Fitting - 1/4 in. Swivel Nut for 5/16 in. Barb
BEST ANSWER: My attempt was to sandwich my post between a predrilled triclover disk. My problem, and I was not successful so far, is that my holes drilled in the triclover disk are too close together. I'm using a ss coupler that has a 1/4" female end, the other end is male 3/8". The threads are NPT. The female thread is tapered and the male thread is straight. A 1/4" NPT will tighten and seal on the that end with teflon tape, the male end needs a 3/8" NPT nut and a gasket to seal. I'm not sure. but I believe the flare fitting is a different thread. It would be a force fit, and you would probably destroy the threads for future use. I would suggest going to your big box store and testing some of the stock fittings on the mounted thread guides to see what fits properly. If you only get a 1/4 turn or less on turning by hand, the thread aren't compatible. To solve my problem, I'm going to have to drill another triclover disk with the holes spaced wider apart to allow a nut and o-ring gasket seal on the bottom side of the disk. Good luck.
Would these fit into a gas distributor block with either BSPP or BSPT threads? Or does it even matter?
Lloyd Martin on Sep 14, 2022
BEST ANSWER: These were not designed to fit a manifold. These are considered long threads (actually .800 inch) so these are actually a 1/4" male BSPP thread. A true pressure 1/4 " BSPT fitting has only about .437 inch of mating threads to mate with a manifold. This is a thru-hole application design that relies on the compression of o-ring to seal. Designed for a 1/2" thru hole or tapped 1/4" BSPP.
I need to attach this to a gas line. What barb adapter can I use?
EDUARDO VILLEGAS on Sep 24, 2021
BEST ANSWER: This is for Gas In so you would need a Gas disconnect with a 1/4 or 5/16 barb depending on your tubing.
I use mine on my fermonster to push Co2 into my keg during fermentation.
Will this fit the Blichmann beer gun CO2 hose?
Jeremy Hueter on Dec 12, 2021
BEST ANSWER: The fitting for the beer gun is different. It may fit, the beer gun fitting is MFL and the gas Post fitting is MPT. If you used a MFL to MPT adapter that could work.
Can you swap the Inlet Port and the Plug on the other end if I want to change the orientation of the manifold?
Thomas Crump on Feb 7, 2023

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Nice to have for closed transfers
I jammed this post through the hole in the ten inch stopper on my Fermonster(not easy but it will fit) This enables me to add a couple lbs of pressure for a pressure transfer out the spigot to my keg. If you do this you must make sure to hold onto the stopper while slowly adding only about 3 to 4 lbs of pressure. The stopper will want to pop off like a champagne cork if you let go. I may get a solid red lid and drill a hole for the post in the future but for now this method seems to work just fine.
February 8, 2022
over 2 years ago