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Sanke to Ball Lock Adapter - Gas Side
D1746

Sanke to Ball Lock Adapter - Gas Side

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Description

This handy adapter fits on standard keg couplers with its female beer thread and allows a ball lock connection on the gas side of the coupler. Made from 304 stainless steel.

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Item # D1746
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Weight 0.44 LBS
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I have a home-brew setup on the kegerator.
Kurt H on Nov 20, 2019
Quick change of Kegs
John J Jiganti on Oct 23, 2019
I have a home-brew setup on the kegerator.
Kurt H on Nov 20, 2019
recommended
paul w on Oct 30, 2019
Quick change of Kegs
John J Jiganti on Oct 23, 2019
convert my sanke connector to a ball lock connector
Joseph G on Oct 22, 2019
Quickly connect a Sankey keg with my established home brewing ball lock setup.
Mark W on Oct 21, 2019
Pro Brew through Home brew draft system
Ward K T on Sep 14, 2019
Nee to adapt sanke coupler
Craig R on Aug 28, 2019
excellent customer service
Chris G on Aug 28, 2019
I've ordered and used this item in the past and it works great!!!
Paul S on May 22, 2019
Because it's a Sanke to Ball Lock Adapter - Gas Side
Chris R on Apr 29, 2019
I already have ball lock adapters for my gas lines, makes switching a breeze
James Enrico F on Apr 17, 2019
easy to use homebrew fittings
ERIC W on Feb 25, 2019
In order to use a keg as a pressure fermentation chamber
Adrian L Febre on Jan 23, 2019
Will make attaching the Taprite Sanke Keg Beer Tap easier to adapt to my current gas and liquid set up.
John D on Jan 11, 2019
I am set up for ball lock and I need to use for Sanke
Robert M on Dec 28, 2018
current one leaks
Ernie M on Nov 17, 2018
looking to dispense commercial beer from my home-brew setup
James R on Sep 26, 2018
To standardized my kegerator gas and tap lines
Everett M on Jul 30, 2018
I want to use my existing tubing and connections with commercial kegs.
Ryan H on Jul 3, 2018
ease of switching between keg couplers
chris w on Jun 29, 2018
go with coupler
Valued C on Apr 25, 2018
dont' want to change my keggorater lines and disconects
Ruben V on Apr 4, 2018
Handy Adapter
John S on Mar 16, 2018
to use store bought kegs in my keezer
David F on Jan 17, 2018
recommended
paul w on Oct 30, 2019
convert my sanke connector to a ball lock connector
Joseph G on Oct 22, 2019
I need to go from ball lock keg that needs to attach to sanke system. What do I need?
jim greason on Feb 26, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hello Jim,
In my experience, the suggested ball lock to Sanke adaptors (both gas and beer) are the best solution.
I operate a seasonal wedding/party/meeting venue in rural central Illinois. To facilitate the kegs our guests would bring in, I built a 2 faucet jockey box with 2, 50’ stainless coils in an antique cooler to dispense beer from the bar at the 1912 Barn. I use my ball lock cornys to clean and sanitize the lines. I also enjoy entertaining friends and family with my corny kegged homebrew.
To assist in your learning curve, I will offer a couple hard learned tips to ease your frustrations:
*Do not overtighten the adaptors to the Sanke. The soft rubber gaskets can deform and you will loose a bunch of beer or drain your co2 overnight.
*In my case, this equipment is used periodicity and not daily. Even when you think a few days of idleness won’t cause any cleanliness issues, it does. I have found I must disassemble and clean faucets and Sanke to include adaptors between uses to avoid any dispensing problems with the next use.
Hope this helps. If you have any other questions, I will do my best.
Thanks,
Henry Norris
When attaching this adapter should the rubber check valve inside the sankey coupler gas port be removed or left in?
Joseph Roache on Aug 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hello Joseph - These come with a normal sanke beer gasket inside, it would be advisable to remove the check valve for a proper leak free mate.
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Great for switching between corny and couplers
Allows using corny keg hose setup with commercial keg couplers without changing hose fittings. If you switch between the two often, worth there weight in gold. Especially on the gas side as swapping quick connects to beer nuts got old.
November 23, 2019
Wish I got this sooner.
Be sure the washers are installed and that you use plumbing tape.
October 8, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
Awesome!
Excellent addition to my kegerator. However, be sure not to over tighten. Go finger tight and 1/4 turn at most. Otherwise you will ruin the washer.
October 3, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
Exactly what you think it is
This thing works beautifully. It comes with a gasket, and allowed me to use a Sankey keg for pressure fermentation. It also basically doubles as a lock/valve for a Sankey, which is sweet because this is "free", though as with anything, make sure the thing is reasonably tight
February 6, 2019
Purchased
10 months ago
Rubber washers that ate supplied with adaptors are too soft. They deform and squish out of the sealing area when tightened onto the keg tap. Otherwise well made.
February 27, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago