Announcing: Kegland Rotary Spray Head!

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KegLand Spray Head

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Make cleaning your electric brewery easier with the Low Volume CIP Spray rotor. A low-flow spray head for low voltage pumps from 6w to 25w. The perfect spray head for 5 and 10 gallon vessels, including Mash & Boil with Pump and Brewzilla. The red cleaning unit features 1/2″ straight threads and attaches to the included 1/2″ hose barb with nut. Functions a bit like a keg washer – just turn it on and let it spin for 15 minutes or so with a suitable cleanser like Brewer’s Edge Cleanser or Kemphos 2001. Unlike simple rinsing, this unit really deep cleans the impossible to visually inspect interior plumbing of your brewery.

What makes it even more effective is you can turn the heat on your electric brewery up to say 160 degrees F, and the splashing cleanser will be more effective than at room temperature.

Clean your Brewzilla or Mash & Boil with Pump. If you have a Brewzilla, watch the video below for setup instructions.

If you have a Mash & Boil or Grainfather, you will also need to order 1′ of our item J46 Silicone Tubing, as this tighter tubing is needed to securely attach the Spray Rotor to the Mash & Boil or Grainfather Recirculation Arm.


KegLand Spray Head

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Related: About CIP Spray Balls

CIP (Clean in Place) Spray Balls are generally used for vessels that are too large to move.  Since they’re too large to move you… clean them in place.  If you have a larger setup, you could incorporate these into your system or routine to help clean your vessels more easily.

Other possible homebrew applications: A CIP ball could be as part of a recirculating or sparging setup or as part of a keg or carboy cleaning setup. I use a (different model) rotary spray ball with my Mark II Keg and Carboy Cleaner.  See: Mark II Keg and Carboy Washer Mod – SS CIP Spray Ball. Make sure the components you use are compatible and rated for your intended application.  Contact manufacturer with questions about suitability or a specific application.  Always read and follow manufacturer directions.

Also: Stainless Steel CIP Spray Balls for Sparging and Cleaning

Mark II Keg and Carboy Washer Mod - Adding a Stainless Steel CIP Spray Ball

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