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Replacement Beverage Dip Tubes for Torpedo Kegs

Replacement Beverage Dip Tubes for Torpedo Kegs

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Replacement Beverage Dip Tube for the standard 5 Gal Torpedo Keg

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Need a new one
Rob Gowen on Jun 10, 2021
I tried to cut my Dip tube with cutters. It didn't go so well. I ended up using a hack saw but it was cut far too short.
Daniel Feliciano on Jun 29, 2019
Need a new one
Rob Gowen on Jun 10, 2021
replace damaged liquid tube
Ralph Z on Apr 16, 2021
I tried to cut my Dip tube with cutters. It didn't go so well. I ended up using a hack saw but it was cut far too short.
Daniel Feliciano on Jun 29, 2019
to shorten - second fermentation in keg
Malcolm M on May 14, 2019
replace damaged liquid tube
Ralph Z on Apr 16, 2021
to shorten - second fermentation in keg
Malcolm M on May 14, 2019
Will this dip tube fit and work in the ball lock post in a traditional corny keg? Length is not a concern as I can cut to length.
Ryan Turner on Mar 15, 2021
BEST ANSWER: This dip tube (the length I bought) will not reach the bottom of a 5 gallon keg. This dip tube uses a washer jammed onto the flared end to make the o-ring mating surface. This dip tube does not have ears on the flared end so it will spin when tightened. If you are using universal poppets then it will probably work fine assuming the length is not too short. If you are using AEB posts and poppets then I would use a standard AEB dip tube with ears, albeit they are more expensive. I use mine for secondary fermentation transfer in a closed system with a universal post and poppet. it does not allow for a high rate of flow for a gravity feed from primary to secondary but works fine for the 1.5 psi transfer from secondary to AEB keg.
will this fit the 6 gallon torpedo keg?
Vinny Qualtieri on Jun 3, 2021
BEST ANSWER: I purchased the 2.5 gallon dip tube, it would not be long enough
Is the 5 gallon dip tube the correct one for the 6 gallon torpedo keg, or is there one specifically for that? I don't see on listed, so i assume the 5 gal one is it.
Vinny Qualtieri on Jun 3, 2021
BEST ANSWER: This diptube is about 2 inches too short for the 6 gallon Torpedo Keg. While we plan to stock replacements for that taller Torpedo Keg in the future, we can suggest using the Floating Dip Tube System (FE115A).
What are the lengths of each of the tubes (1.5 , 2.5, and 5 gal)?
Alex L on May 1, 2019
Replacement Beverage Dip Tubes for Torpedo Kegs
Replacement Beverage Dip Tubes for Torpedo Kegs
Replacement Beverage Dip Tube for 1.5 Gal Torpedo Kegs
Replacement Beverage Dip Tube for 1.5 Gal Torpedo Kegs
Replacement Beverage Dip Tube for 2.5 Gal Torpedo Kegs
Replacement Beverage Dip Tube for 2.5 Gal Torpedo Kegs
Replacement Beverage Dip Tube for 5 Gal Torpedo Kegs
Replacement Beverage Dip Tube for 5 Gal Torpedo Kegs
BEST ANSWER: Hi Stephanus - The lengths for the 1.5, 2.5 and 5gal dip tubes are as follows: 6.5", 11", and 19".
Is the inner diameter on these all the same? Do the normal corny keg beverage dip tubes have a larger ID?
Chris Wallace on Jan 29, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Chris - That is correct, all of the mentioned dip tubes have the same ID at 1/4". Corny keg dip tubes are the same as well at 1/4".
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Rated 5 out of 5
Improved over the ones that came with the keg
Our original dip tubes just had a really tight fit washer at the top to keep the tube in the liquid post. This failed and is why I purchased these. These tubes seem to have the same washer, but the tube is expanded out above the washer to make it so the washer can not come free.
June 23, 2021
Purchased
1 month ago
Rated 5 out of 5
As advertised
Arrived timely, were exactly as explained and installed w/o any issue
February 11, 2020
Purchased
1 year ago