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Pigtail Proof Coil for Quarter Turn Sample Valves
Pigtail Proof Coil for Quarter Turn Sample Valves


 
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The clamp-on dispensing coils have a lot of names; Sample Coil, Pig Tail, Proof Coil, Proofing Coil. Whatever the name, if your beer is carbonated in a Unitank or Brite Tank, you can't simply open up the sample valve or you'll have a cup (or face) full of foam. The Pig Tail Proof Sample Coil must be used with our lever-style TC Sample Valve which is available separately. Be aware that there are several designs in the industry for these, each with a different number of "turns" or coils. This particular unit is a 10 turn coil with approximately 5 feet of linear stainless tubing. It will produce a controlled flow on carbonated beers with up to 15 PSI behind it. If you run higher pressures, you'll want to seek out a 15 turn coil (at a much higher price).


Don't forget that 1.5" TC flanges measure an actual 2". Material is 304 Stainless steel.
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1 of 5 bad design February 26, 2021
Reviewer: Erich Allen from St. Pettersburg, FL United States  
Unfortunately this product is not what a production brewery would call usable.
Standard pigtails should have more coils to give the proper displacement of liquid.

Brewhardware Response: We really hate 1 star reviews when no attempt is made to rectify your dissatisfaction with us. In any case, this coil works wonderfully on typical carbonation pressures of up to 15 psi on cold crashed beers. If you're trying to pull samples at pressures above that, sure the $200 Perlick 15 turn coil would be better suited for you. This is a 10 turn unit at less than $60 bucks. I know several production breweries who have no problem using this coil. Send it back.

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