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King Keg - 20L P.E.T. Keg With Ball Lock Posts
If you love Cornelius Ball Lock Kegs, but hate paying Cornelius prices, check out the 20L Ball Lock King Keg!
20L Ball Lock King Kegs are lightly wider than a standard Cornelius variety keg but hold 20 litres instead of 19.
The integrated handles, make carrying easy and Ball Lock King Kegs work exactly like corny kegs with ball lock disconnects.
Brewers enjoy the convenience of King Keg's light protected tank, floating internal liquid dip tube and easy to carry integrated handles.
After 2 years of service, you can either hydrostatic test the tank or get a brand new tank for just $15.
Convenient, affordable, simple to use. Get a 20L King Keg and increase the volume of your ball lock brewery's equipment.
Australian Made and individually tested, our King Kegs are the packaging solution that puts safety, reliability and affordabilty back into the keg market.
Our unique, patented manufacturing process produces a 20 litre vessel with integrated handles for easy transport.
The King Keg's unique P.E.T. material will keep beverages light safe while the keg's active oxygen scavenger keeps beverages fresh for up to 18 months.
The Ball Lock variety King Keg comes complete with a floating dip tube that will need to be installed by the user when assembling the lid and post components.
The design of the Ball Lock variety King Keg differs slightly from the A and D type varieties and is not stackable.
The Ball Lock variety has a Pressure Relief Valve (PRV) located on the lid assembly, not in the neck of the keg.
King Keg Ball Lock 20L P.E.T. Kegs Specifications:
Weight = 1kg
Material = P.E.T.
Pressure Tested = 5bar
Max Working Pressure = 4bar (58psi)
Height = 575mm
Width = 237mm
Volume = 20L
Every King Keg is individually pressure tested at our manufacturing facility in Springvale, Victoria AU.
Misuse or mishandling of PET pressure products can result in damage and injury to persons and property.
To ensure the safety of your PET pressure vessel, please not the following:
Keep PET pressure vessels out of direct sunlight. Direct sunlight will degrade the PET material.
DO NOT expose to temperatures exceeding 35C.
DO NOT apply external pressure or fermentation pressure to the tank above 2.5Bar (35psi)
To ensure your pressure vessel is fully operational, perform a water pressure check to inspect all connections are sealed properly every time.
It is recommended to fill the vessel with water then bring the pressure to 15psi and remove the pressure source to inspect for leaks.