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Spunding Valve (With Gauge) - Pin Lock
FIL43A

Spunding Valve (With Gauge) - Pin Lock

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Description

Relieves pressure while filtering from one keg to another plus allowing reading the pressure in the receiving keg.


Notes: You need to wind/unwind the end of the valve to adjust the pressure. It sometimes comes threaded all the way on from the manufacturer occasionally. Wrap a towel around the end piece(about 1/4 in) and clamp down on it while twisting the wrench fitting on the bottom(closest end to the Gas In QD) to loosen it. Then finger tighten or loosen to desired pressure.
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I need one.
David L on Dec 16, 2020
To serve high pressure stout without beer gas mixture
Shane on Mar 11, 2020
I need one.
David L on Dec 16, 2020
to check for keg leaks
Coach ETown on Mar 13, 2020
To serve high pressure stout without beer gas mixture
Shane on Mar 11, 2020
Wanted to grab one of these
Valued C on Dec 4, 2019
trying to improve my filtering process to keep air out
John P L on May 10, 2019
to check for keg leaks
Coach ETown on Mar 13, 2020
Wanted to grab one of these
Valued C on Dec 4, 2019
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Rated 3 out of 5
Works but Leaked
Received the unit loosely assembled. After tightening everything up it leaked at one of the brass treads. Applied new Teflon tape used for natural gas systems to finally get it to stop. It still leaks a tiny amount, but it's so slight I'm not worrying about it. Other than that I'm happy with it.
January 8, 2021
Purchased
1 month ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Worked as expected
It worked perfectly . I used it to keg beer that was fermented under pressure. No spills, but the gauge did not go high enough.
September 27, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Rated 3 out of 5
Needs more tape
I just received my pressure gauge and tested it. Unfortunately it had a pretty heavy leak in two different spots. I used plumbers tape to seal up some of the threads and it worked fine after that. The gauge also only reads upto 15 psi which won't work for what I'm using it for so I replaced that with a gauge that reads upto 60 psi. 10 extra bucks.
March 13, 2015