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Thread: Building an "Octopus" keg filler

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    Building an "Octopus" keg filler

    Does anyone know of where I could source the parts to make an "octopus"?

    Specifically the 1 1/2" TC stainless tubing with eight outlets?

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    Jvnw

    http://jvnw.com/parts/index.php

    If you go to adapters, JVNW can make a 1-1/2" spool that has 4 3/8" barbs for $175. You can just buy two of these and connect them. You'll need a cap for the end. If 3/8" isn't big enough and you wish to go with 1/2", you can always buy 3 T's and put TC to beer nut fittings. Then just use a 1/2" barb with the beer nut. Hope this helps.

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    Manifold

    You can make a 8 keg filler (Octopus) with a stainless steel manifold, you can find it at GW Kent for $145.00. The manifold they sell have six ends where you can assemble the keg couplers, you can add 2 Tees to make 8 fillers.


    http://breweryparts.com/index.php/fi.../manifold.html

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    You gents have done it again, thanks!

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    Would you guys go with 3/8" barbs or 1/2"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fastricky
    Would you guys go with 3/8" barbs or 1/2"?
    Keg fillers are 1/2".
    I would go with 1/2" barbs.

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    Danke!....

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