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Stainless Ball Valve for Couplers & Shanks
D1561

Stainless Ball Valve for Couplers & Shanks

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Description

This ball valve with male and female beer thread is incredibly handy for those wanting to shut off flow of liquid and gas lines on keg couplers or shanks. Highly recommended if you are disconnecting your coupler and not re-attaching to another keg immediately. Made from 304 stainless steel.

Kegland Part number: KL00406

Item # D1561
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - Out Of Stock
Weight 0.35 LBS
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Filling and cleaning kegs
Steven W on Oct 12, 2021
to control gas-off during keg filling
Thomas B on Apr 26, 2021
Filling and cleaning kegs
Steven W on Oct 12, 2021
To put on sankey tap for keg cleaner
Chris Connor on Jun 11, 2021
to control gas-off during keg filling
Thomas B on Apr 26, 2021
beer
jakob e cirell on Apr 20, 2021
for filling kegs!
Mark D on Mar 24, 2021
Because it is short.
Kenneth S on Nov 11, 2020
Half the price of GW kent
Mike V on Sep 18, 2020
Recommended by another brewer
SHB Holdings L on Sep 12, 2020
Need shut off to pressurize sanke
Matthew J on Aug 5, 2020
To fill up sanke kegs
Wenceslao Q on Jul 21, 2020
stainless, to use for a keg filling tool.
Tyrell E on Jul 21, 2020
parts to make a keg filler
Matthew B on May 22, 2020
To put on sankey tap for keg cleaner
Chris Connor on Jun 11, 2021
beer
jakob e cirell on Apr 20, 2021
Hello, i was planning to install one of these mini ball valves to a 3 gallon FastFerment, because the valve that comes with it clogs after fermentation (even after i remove the yeast collector jar and attach the other accessory to take the beer out from the bottom ) and i have to siphon the beer out from the top, loosing the whole purpose of the FastFerment system. So i want to attach the ball valve to the side of the fermenter almost at the bottom to transfer the beer to a cornelius type keg, but i wanted to ask you guys, what other pieces do i need for doing this? Thanks in advance. Regards!
Mario Lopez on Sep 12, 2020
BEST ANSWER: The threading on this valve is called "beer thread" and will not be compatible with most brewing hardware that is not developed to fit sanke kegs, faucet shanks, and hex nuts.
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