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CO2 Air Distributor / Manifold for Draft Beer with Check Valves, 3 Way
Assembled in the USA from high quality components, by our experienced staff for over 15 years. We take price in every air distributor we make and provide you with a 5 year, written warranty.
Vigorously tested under pressure using an industry standard soap leak test method.
We use both Teflon and NSF approved, USA made, Rectorseal “Tru-Blu” Pipe Thread Sealant for a double leak proof seal. These products also allow for easy removal for changes or future repairs. It is also vibration resistant.
Customize to fit your needs. Change inlet and outlet sizes.
You can use this to expand current air distributors / manifolds. Just choose 1/4″ MPT and add to existing body!
Our bodies are made from quality extruded aluminum and we use high quality brass components.
Check valves are used to ensure gas goes out, but no liquid can come back in should you have a negative pressure situation. This can happen with beer and soda distribution and damage regulators or other components, make sure your air distributor has check valves! The valves are constructed of brass and the valves can turn off in either direction.
Features mounting holes for easy mounting in Kegerators, Keezers or on a wall.
Can be used for splitting beer lines between different kegs of beer, soda, kombucha or other liquids. Can also be used for force carbonating situations. Turn off all the other valves and use one or more to force carbonate. You can always turn off lines independently that you are not using.
CO2 manifolds allow you to feed multiple kegs off one co2 regulator. Things to look for in a capable manifold are shut-off valves for each trunk and check valves. Check valves makes sure flow goes the right directly. This is important for CO2 manifolds because differences in pressure make it possible for liquid to back flow through gas lines.
This particular model has MFL ball valves. You can also choose and MFL inlet port. Because you can choose MFL/flare for all connections, that means you can easily convert it to DuoTight. See my post on putting together a DuoTight Manifold