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Hopsta

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Hey all,

I recently bought myself a second tap to mount on my fridge. Im assuming i now need a fitting to split the gas line so i can gas 2 kegs at once, is this correct? If so what is this fitting called, how much does it cost approx and where can i get one?

Any pointers would be great.......

Cheers,
Hopsta
 

sluggerdog

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I use a simple T-Piece, only costs a few bucks from a HBS
 

Hopsta

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Too easy cheers slugger.......
 

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You should consider a t piece with a non-return valve. This stops any beer going back to the regulator.
 

GMK

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redbeard said:
You should consider a t piece with a non-return valve. This stops any beer going back to the regulator.
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If u are interested...

I sell 6mm SS T pieces with Clamps for 15.00 ea
One way Gas CHeck Valves for 22.50.
Ball Lock Disconects for you r kegs - 15.00 ea or 2 for 27.50

Freight will be either 6.50 Express or 10.00 express depending on weight.

This will give u an idea of prices and provide something for you to compare to.
 

Hopsta

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Excellent thanks redbeard, and GMK i may be in touch soon, im pretty sure i have 6mm line i'll check when i get home.

Cheers!
 

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