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Kegerator Line Cleaning Kit (for commercial kegs)
Kegerator Line Cleaning Kit (for commercial kegs)

Our Price: $36.99

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There are a lot of different kegerator line cleaning kits out there and they all suck. Boom roasted.
Seriously. Most of them are small containers with a big hand pump or glorified squeeze bottles and they require that you remove either the faucet or the keg coupler. Worst of all, they are overpriced.

Our keg cleaning kit has the benefit of cleaning both the coupler, the lines, and the faucet all in one step. The system features:
  • Large 1-gallon tank with a long throw pressure hand pump.
  • 4 ounce bottle of Beer Line Cleaner (BLC) concentrate (makes one gallon of diluted cleaner)
  • 3/4" Diameter nylon cleaning brush for cleaning the coupler shaft and faucet spout.
  • Jumper cap for the bottom of the coupler.

How it's used.
  1. Untap the keg and remove the coupler from the keg.
  2. Shut off your CO2 supply and remove the gas line from your keg.
  3. Thread the connector from the cleaning tank hose on to the gas port of the coupler. The connection should have a rubber gasket in place.
  4. Twist the black plastic jumper cap on to the bottom of the coupler.
  5. Mix one ounce of BLC with 1 quart of hot tap water in the pressure tank and screw on the lid.
  6. Adjust the coupler lever into the downward "tapped" position.
  7. Place a bucket under the faucet, open the faucet, and pump the tank until approximately 8 ounces of liquid pours into the bucket. This will first be old beer and then some of the cleaner.
  8. Quickly close the faucet and allow the cleaner to soak in the line for 30 minutes.
  9. Open the faucet again and pump the tank until the remaining cleaner flushes through.
  10. Use the brush to clean out the faucet spout.
  11. Rinse and fill the tank to the one gallon mark with hot tap water and pump all of it through the line to rinse the cleaner out.
  12. Untap the coupler, remove the cleaning hose, replace your CO2 line onto the coupler, remove the jumper cap, and connect your coupler to the keg again. Open the gas connections and check for leaks. Flush the water out of the lines until you get beer again.

To be extremely clear, this kit does NOT include the SANKE type D coupler shown as faded out in the picture.

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