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Thread: keg washer spray ball

  1. #1
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    keg washer spray ball

    we are making our keg washer out of a triple sink, and now am looking for a small version of the tank spray ball to fit inside a converted hoff-stevens keg. Anyone know of a supplier?

    thanks
    Dave

  2. #2
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    Our three station keg washer was made by Beverage Machine Company out of Canada. Its for sale if you don't want the hassle of making your own. It includes the following washing steps:

    1. Pre rinse
    2. Hot soak
    3. Caustic Wash
    4. Hot Rinse
    5. Steam
    6. Steam Hold
    7. Final Rinse

    You can view it at the following address...

    http://www.nabrewing.com/botlines/01...nstevens.shtml

    If you are looking for the heads I don't know if Beverage machine would take a small order like that, worth a shot. If you need anything let me know.

    Also are you making a three station washer? We do about 40-45 kegs/hour on our three station machine.

  3. #3
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    Spraying Systems makes one that will fit thru the bung hole.

    www.spray.com

    Item: 23240

    Listed under: Fluid-Driven Tank Washing Nozzle

  4. #4
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    Cost...........

    I called about that sprayer for our own keg washer. They're about $250 a piece here in Seattleland.............

  5. #5
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    These folks have all kinds of nozzles & spray heads...they are very helpful in tailoring a nozzle to your needs.

    http://www.lechlerusa.com


    b

  6. #6
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    Try searching for a wine barrel spinner. The $200 range seems normal for stainless ones for tanks. Had a plastic one once but it was too brittle for keg washer abuse.

  7. #7
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    Macomb,Oklahoma
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    keg cleaning

    try this web page
    http://www.tcw-web.com/Catalog%20Pag...atPg04-05.html
    I have used these spry heads and they work great!
    Doug A Moller
    Brewmaster
    Doug's Brau Haus
    (405)226-3111

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