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Weldless Bulkhead with Ball Lock Gas
Weldless Bulkhead with Ball Lock Gas


 
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We know our loyal customers have been looking for this one for a while and we're happy to have finally developed a version that works like a charm.

This assembly allows you to install a corny keg style ball lock gas post into anything with a wall up to 3/16". The main body of the fitting has 19/32" keg post thread on one side and 1/4" NPT on the other. The large center hex provides a great backup for the included silicone oring and even features a recessed groove to keep the oring contained just like our line of true bulkheads.

This assembly includes everything in the picture.
Note that this assembly does not support the insertion of a standard keg diptube. The bore is a little too small and just wasn't designed for that use.

Install instructions:

Drill and deburr a 9/16" diameter hole.
Insert the 1/4" NPT side of the fitting through the hole.
Thread the locknut down the threads and tighten up with a wrench on both sides.

WARNING: These parts could potentially be misused to pressurize a vessel that is not rated for pressure applications and we are adamantly advising customers to take caution and not to do this. Any sealable vessel that has a way to add pressurized gas should also have a non-defeatable pressure relief valve or similar safety mechanism.

Metal is 304SS and the rubber parts are silicone
Average Rating: Average Rating: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 7 Click Here to Write a Review »

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5 of 5 Great Addition to my Brew Bucket July 25, 2020
Reviewer: Edward from Dacula, GA United States  
Added this to my SS Brewtech Beer Bucket and utilized the manufactured hole in the lid. I feel the manufactured hole is a bit too big, so I added a SS washer to catch the inside of the lid.

Love the low profile of this piece as compared to a traditional bung and air lock. Can't wait to start CO2 harvesting and conducting low pressure transfers to minimize/eliminate O2 contact.

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5 of 5 Closed transfers now possible! June 8, 2020
Reviewer: Michael S from Long Island, NY  
Saw this on someone else’s setup and wanted to be able to achieve closed transfers to my kegs. Put one on all my plastic fermenter lids. Obviously I’m talking 2-3 psi - but, less chance for oxidation now. Quality parts!

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5 of 5 Great fitting. April 27, 2019
Reviewer: Casey Faulkner from Bellevue, WA United States  
To fully seal, it needs a small diameter plastic red gas dip tube and o-ring. Or thread tape. The o-ring between the bulkhead and ball-lock fitting does nothing, as the fitting cannot screw down far enough to make a seal with the o-ring.

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5 of 5 great as a kit October 23, 2018
Reviewer: Erik Rottier from Green Bay, WI United States  
In the past I had built these from different parts. Glad to see them available in a kit now. Bobby was even amazing enough to notice the individual parts in my order and contact me to see if this is what wanted and changed it over saving me a bit of money.

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5 of 5 Pressurized Transfer from Brew Bucket September 11, 2018
Reviewer: BlairATX from Austin, TX United States  
Works great for (carefully, gently) transferring from SS Brew Bucket to keg under pressure.

Be aware that SS Brew Bucket is not pressure rated, so you are relying on the fact that the lid gasket *should* leak CO2 at 2-3 psi (which is more than enough pressure). If you manage to clog this path the pressure will relieve itself somehow.

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