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PRO SERIES DUAL GAUGE REGULATOR: Easily measure PSI and Co2 volume and adjust Co2 output pressure using this Kegco 542-2 Commercial Double Gauge Co2 Regulator with air splitter! The top gauge indicates output pressure, while the side gauge tells you what’s left in the Co2 tank, so you don’t run out of gas during a party. The chrome plated brass body has a large pressure adjustment knob for easy use and includes a manual pressure release valve.
BALL LOCK KEG COUPLERS: These complete ball lock home brew keg tap sets include both a gas in and beer out coupler for easy tapping of ball lock Cornelius Pepsi kegs. The gas in comes with a 1/4″ nut and 5/16″ hose barb already attached, allowing you to quickly connect it to the same size air line that standard draft beer regulators use. The beer out connector has a 3/16″ hose barb that connects to standard 3/16″ beer line.
HEAVY DUTY FAUCET WRENCH: Make repairs and adjustments to your draft beer system like a pro using this heavy-duty faucet wrench. This durable metal wrench has a vinyl coated red or blue handle that provides an easy grip while loosening or tightening shank collars, allowing you to quickly attach or remove your faucets without scratching them.
INCLUDES EMPTY 5 LB. ALUMINUM CO2 TANK: All of our brand new tanks are made from high strength aluminum alloy which is not as heavy as a steel tank and will not rust. These eye-catching tanks have a glossy red coating that acts as an extra layer of protection against corrosion and wear.
COMES WITH TWO BRAND NEW 5 GALLON BALL LOCK HOMEBREW KEGS: These Kegco 5 Gallon Home Brew Beer Kegs are constructed of 304 grade Stainless Steel and are designed for use will ball lock keg couplers. These homebrew kegs, also known as Pepsi Kegs or Cornelius Kegs, have permanently molded rubber bottom skirts and stainless steel strap handles for easy carrying. The stainless steel lids fasten tightly to the body and feature a pressure release valve to easily depressurize the keg.
Size:2 Faucet with Tank
Great for home-brew. Manufactured in China. 2 keg home-brew dispensing system. This item is a Kegco Two Keg Door Mount Homebrew Kegerator Kit Ball Lock w/ 5lb Tank – EB2SHCKBALLKEG5T-5T . Home brew Kits and accessories.
Size:2 Faucet with Tank
|Product Dimensions||20 x 28 x 20 inches|
|Item Weight||30 pounds|
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|Item model number||BF EB2SHCKBALLKEG5T-5T|
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|Date first available at Amazon.com||September 23, 2011|
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The only problem I’ve had so far is that the quick connectors from the CO2 regulator to the keg need a good solid couple turns with a wrench, or else they will leak. The plastic clamps that come with this kit are predictably cheap and while they work “OK”, they’re not the greatest. Some metal adjustable hose clamps from Home Depot are an easy and worthwhile upgrade.
I have 5 gallons of Peach Wheat in my newly-converted keezer now hooked up to CO2 and waiting to be sampled! For those of us who are more interested in getting into kegging than hunting around Craigslist for parts, this kit is the perfect answer.
â â Quality/Durability: 4.5/5
â â Need: 4/5
â â Recommendation/Giftable Factor: 5/5
â Â» Overall: 5/5
â¬ Who needs this: Any 5 gallon brewer that has room for a fridge
â¬ The bottom line: Great kit. If you are a brewer and have room stop bottling now! This is very easy to put together. Comes with everything you need except the CO2 (which you need to do local anyhow), a drill for the hole in the fridge, and more tap line tube. The tap handle is replaceable for a upgrade FYI.
January 12, 2013
a) My used kegs were in good shape. They were pressurized so I didn’t replace the seals when I kegged my first batch. Extra seals were sent.
b) The bottle is brand new. When I went to go fill it, the fill place wanted to do an exchange. It was hard for me to turn over a brand new bottle, so I went to another place and got it filled.
c) The instructions were a bit sketchy. I didn’t put the right seal in the regulator fitting that fits on the bottle. Lost about 1/3 of my CO2 because of a slow leak. Use the nylon washer for that fitting.
d) Even though I ordered the through the door taps, I haven’t had the time to install them. I drilled out a piece of wood and attached the taps to it. I have that piece of wood hanging inside the fridge. I sort of wish I ordered the picnic tap version, it would have been easier in my instance. You could order the picnic taps separate and use them until you are ready to install the full through the door system.
e) You will want and need a drip tray for these taps. I have one picnic tap I use for a commercial pony keg and it hangs in the fridge in a way so it doesn’t drip. Yet another reason why the picnic tap might make more sense.
f) I’m a certified diver (since 1983) and know pressures, regulators, valves, etc. If you don’t know these things, you will want to get familiar via some web research before you hookup all your stuff.
I’m happy with my purchase.
June 15, 2017
…the keg fittings are nice quality
…the taps are nice quality
December 1, 2015
I recommend it to anyone doing a major home brew upgrade to get away from bottling.