Kegland DuoTight BlowTie v2 Spunding Valve via William’s Brewing! + Hands on Review

15 PSI Duotight Blowtie Spunding Valve with Gauge

DuoTight BlowTie Spunding Valve With Gauge

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The BlowTie is a diaphragm based adjustable spunding valve used to release pressure from kegs and other pressure vessels. It features a usable range of 4 to 15 PSI, and the diaphragm construction means it has a wider pressure range than spring based spundling valves. This unit can be easily disassembled for cleaning using a phillips head screw driver. Accuracy of the gauge is plus or minus 2 PSI.


 

A Spunding Valve allows you to ferment under pressure, naturally and precisely carbonate in the keg, fix over-carbonated beers and lots more. See: Build a Spunding Valve – for loads of information on building and using a Spunding Valve.

DuoTight BlowTie Spunding Valve With Gauge

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1 thought on “Kegland DuoTight BlowTie v2 Spunding Valve via William’s Brewing! + Hands on Review

  1. Geep

    I have one of these. The gauge is so small it pretty much useless for fine movement.s. Yes you will notice a big move, but a 1psi difference is almost impossible to read, at least with these old eyes

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