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Thread: Where can I find 1 1/2 triclamp valve seals?

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    Where can I find 1 1/2 triclamp valve seals?

    We have several valves with failed seals that we would like to repair. The valves have a blue handle and a stainless trigger. Candigra is printed across the handle. Anyone have any ideas where I can order new seals?
    Danny McGovern
    Marshall Wharf Brewing Co.
    Belfast ME.

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    Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pennbrew2
    Yes. Try google. It took me about 5 seconds to find a couple North American distributors for Candigra valves.
    I think we should add "Did you Google it" to the: How Forums Work thread
    Cheers & I'm out!
    David R. Pierce
    NABC & Bank Street Brewhouse
    POB 343
    New Albany, IN 47151

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    I just got some Candigra valve seals from Key Industrial, 1-800-852-5270, x. 204(Chris). $30.75 each. They are in California.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beertje46
    I think we should add "Did you Google it" to the: How Forums Work thread
    I should have explained my problem better so I wouldn't appear to be dull or not intelligent. We purchased gaskets once before through the former owner of this equipment and they leaked as bad as the ones we replaced. Naturally I assumed that maybe these valves were problematic and I hoped that someone with experience around them would reply with good advice.

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    I have 5 Candigra valves, all with stainless handles. I have never had a problem with them leaking unless the seals got to the point where you would replace them anyway. They are mainly used on tees on the bottom of tanks, max. temps. reaching 160 degrees.

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