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Senior Airlock

Discussion in 'Kits & Extracts' started by DrewCarey82, 28/9/05.

 

  1. Batz

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    Posted 26/3/14
    It would rust.
     
  2. jaypes

    It is, a nice!

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    Posted 26/3/14
    Ahh well you have learnt something
     
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    Posted 20/1/19
    anyone know the length of these senior locks I'm trying maximise space in my fermentation fridge so I can also keg a keg in.?
     
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    Posted 20/1/19
    If it's the same as the one I have:
    Overall is 9.5cm
    The actual body part is about 7cm (the big bit that sticks up above the lid)
     
  5. alwayssummer

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    Posted 23/2/19
    You can use a step bit (safest) or a spade bit (riskier) to avoid the problem of the bit grabbing and cracking the lid. But after reading this thread I think I'm brewing my next batch under cling wrap.
     

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