Ball Lock Cap with Floating Diptube - Converts Sanke Keg to Ball Lock - Stainless

This stainless ball lock 2" tri clamp cap is designed to convert a Sanke Keg (spear removed) into a ball lock keg with a floating dip tube. With this cap, the keg may be used to serve carbonated beer, or used as a pressure fermenter when fitted with a spunding valve.

USE CAUTION! We make no claims as to how high the pressure can go before YOUR vessel is damaged or human injury occurs.

For pressure fermentation, a spunding valve is highly recommended in order to monitor the actual pressure inside the keg.

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  • Made of stainless steel
  • Fits 2" tri clamp
  • For Sanke kegs, use 2" half gasket and 2" clamp to attach
  • Included fittings are ball lock gas-in post, same as used on typical soda/syrup homebrew kegs
  • Equipped with pressure relief valve
  • Disassembles for cleaning
  • Included floating diptube is made of stainless steel with silicone tubing
How to Use

Learn about the many ways to use Sanke kegs for beer fermentation, serving on draft, and even distillation.

Click to read the discussion on using Sanke kegs.



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