Kegerator Parts

Your normal kegerator is not a confusing device. Tweaking your kegerator to produce immaculate pints of beer is simple if you are acquainted with the components. By getting acquainted with the optimal settings and parts of your kegerator, you can guarantee that every keg is served at its ideal temperature and carbonation level. Here we will take a look at the distinctive parts of you kegerators, and the way to tune them successfully.

Kegerator Parts Overview

1. Regulator &Co2 tank

Kegerator Co2 Tanks

To begin with, the beer is forced/pushed by Co2 gas. This gas originates from the Co2 canister or tank, and is controlled by a solitary or twofold gauge controller. Once in a while, individuals have a depository of secluded controllers with a specific end goal to convey distinctive carbonation to diverse barrels. To get the correct carbonation, reference the style of beer with your kegerator’s temperature on my Co2 Carbonation Pressure Figure Chart. The Co2 streams down the gas-line, sometimes through a Co2 inline channel, and into the barrel. Such gas lines are generally 5/16″ acceptable sustenance grade surgical tube.

  • Co2 tank
  • Co2 regulator(s)
  • Co2 gas-line
  • Inline Co2 gas channel
  • Co2 barrel fitting

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2. The Keg

Keg Sizes

Kegerator’s may be adjusted to utilize any sort of barrel, whether Cornelius (pop) or standard barrel. On a standard barrel, the Co2 next streams into the barrel opening. On a Cornelius barrel, the Co2 enters through a pin or ball lock fixing. Ball lock fittings are composed in order that the Co2 fitting fits just onto the Co2, or inside, and the lager line fitting fits just onto the beer, or “outside. Pin lock fixings are adjusted as per what number of pins suit in the proper fixing: the”co2-in” has 2 pins and the “beer out” have 3. These are made with the goal that you can’t inadvertently attach the hoses regressively.

You can utilize the same 5/16″ sustenance grade surgical tube for your lager lines although kegerator enthusiasts are discovering that more diminutive tubes dispense with a ton of issues with over foaming their beer. 3/16″ tubing will assist you with this, however you may need to absorb the tubing boiling warm water to get it to grow over the aureola of the fixtures on either end.

  • Cornelius or standard barrel
  • Barrel tap or fitting
  • Lager Lines 3/16″ – 5/16″ surgical tubing

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3. Shank, Beer Line, & Faucet

Shank, Beer Line, & Faucet

Next, your lager goes through your kegerator lines and via the shank. The shank is mounted by the entryway of your device. The lager shank refers to the mounting component for your draft tower. A number of individuals utilize certain fixtures for specific sorts of lager, yet the most critical beer to have its style of fixture is a heavy one, as it is administered at a reduced rate than different brews. An alternate customization that you may add to this zone of your device is a “European” style spigot. These fixtures have lengthy spouts to stop frothing issues. Every fixture has to have a tap handle, obviously, to guarantee that you comprehend what brew you are dispensing. Next, the beer streams from your kegerator fixture into a glass, however typically there is a little spillage, either from frothing or intoxication. The brew now completes its voyage, either in your neck or down the tray tube and below the channel.

  • Draft Lines 3/16″ – 5/16″ surgical tubing
  • Draft shank
  • Draft Tower (discretionary)
  • Tap handle
  • Spill Tray
  • Neck or Tray tube

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