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Weldless Sight Gauge (16")
16" Weldless Sight Gauge
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1/4" Bulkhead fitting, all that is needed for installation is drilling a 1/2" hole a in your kettle.

This glass sight gauge is encased with a chrome-plated guard. Liquid in the kettle only contacts stainless steel. Sealing gasket is food grade, high temperature silicone. Great size for our 15 gallon and 19 gallon Stainless Steel Brew Pots!
Price: $46.99

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Weldless Sight Gauge (16")

  • Chrome Plated Guard
  • Glass Sight Gauge
  • Food Grade Silicone O-Rings
  • Weldless 90° Elbow - 1/2" FNPT X 1/8" FNPT
  • Requires a 1/2" hole for installation
  • 16" Length

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review.

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3 of 5 Fragile (Not the Italian kind) April 9, 2020
Reviewer: Chris casson from AB Canada  
Dad jokes aside, it had work pretty great for threeish years, but the connection between the elbow and the sight glass threading is quite thin and broke with very little pressure.  As well, when I had originally installed it, it was slightly crooked. Extremely easy to clean and very sanitary, its a great sight glass, I'm just clumsy.

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4 of 5 Easy to install! August 13, 2013
Reviewer: Kevin from Ottawa, ON Canada  
Installed this a while ago, took a bit to get it leak free but finally got it. O-ring on the outside, washer and nut on the inside seemed to be the right combination.

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5 of 5 Easy peasy August 8, 2013
Reviewer: Paul T from Ottawa, ON Canada  
Got one of these and it's easy to install and easy to clean.  
To get to the tube, you just have to unscrew the top & take note of how the gasket is in there.  I have a thin brush for cleaning and blam, done.  
I've marked water volume on the side with electrical tape, so if I ever get a new pot, easy to adjust sight glass :D

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