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Pressurized Transfer Fitting - 1.5 in. T.C.
FE26
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Description

This pressurized transfer fitting from Ss Brewtech is perfect for pushing beer to kegs. Fits on any 1.5" tri clamp flange. It includes a relief valve right in the fitting that releases at 2-2.5 psi. Made from 304 stainless steel.

Item # FE26
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 1LBS
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I purchased a used SSBrewtech 7 gal fermenter and wanted to do pressurized transfers to kegs. I don't have a C02 guage that reads finer than the 60 psi gauge. I don't want to over-pressurize the fermenter so this nifty tool should work great for pressure relief.
Richard W on Sep 13, 2018
Want to reduce chances of oxidation when transferring to keg from chronical
Ian C on Jan 31, 2018
I purchased a used SSBrewtech 7 gal fermenter and wanted to do pressurized transfers to kegs. I don't have a C02 guage that reads finer than the 60 psi gauge. I don't want to over-pressurize the fermenter so this nifty tool should work great for pressure relief.
Richard W on Sep 13, 2018
Trying to make my transfers as clean as possible!
John M on Feb 22, 2018
Want to reduce chances of oxidation when transferring to keg from chronical
Ian C on Jan 31, 2018
Trying to make my transfers as clean as possible!
John M on Feb 22, 2018
can this transfer wort to conical?
randy beeksma on Mar 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Sure it can, it's a normal hose barb fitting with an added pressure relief valve. But you could also use a regular hose barb without pressure relief valve
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This thing sucks. It leaked even when the C02 was shut off. Maybe we were doing it wrong. We have a gage on the C02 tank so what's the deal. We had to put a clamp on it so we could transfer beer. It worked great then. Transfered and didn't leak. Do you make one without the release valve.
July 6, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Response from MoreFlavor
Hello Randy - The relief valve is too ensure there isn't a build up of pressure in a non pressure rated vessel. Also it shouldn't take more than a few pounds to get a siphon flowing.
July 16, 2018
Zach R Staff