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Cornelius to Sanke Conversion Kit
Cornelius to Sanke Conversion Kit
 
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This kit has all the parts you need to switch from commercial kegs to homebrew kegs without chopping up your lines (sanke and cornelius disconnects sold separately). Install a swivel nut in your gas line. Don't worry the hose clamp will make it leak free. Install a swivel nut in your beverage line, if it is snug just heat the line up with hot water.
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Cornelius to Sanke Conversion Kit


Insert your choice of corny connects in the swivel nut for homebrew kegs. Fast and easy switching!
Cornelius to Sanke Conversion Kit - product information & tutorial - ontariobeerkegs.com

Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review.

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Not a bad kit just missing a few essentials January 2, 2015
Reviewer: Chris Langille from Ingersoll, ON Canada  
I picked this kit up, installed it and everything was there other then a couple angled gaskets to fit in the flare connector as my beer and gas lines leaked without them.
Packaged nicely but one essential thing missing, not like a brass or copper flare fitting that seals themselves, you need the flare washers!

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
perfect September 25, 2014
Reviewer: tyler from new hamburg  
this kit is perfect has everything you need to turn your kegerator with sanke in to a corny keg. now my options are un-limited serve home brew or craft brew or the big brands. OBK does it again

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Works as advertised October 7, 2012
Reviewer: Travis  
I wanted to upgrade my existing system I use for Budweiser to serve beer from our local brewery. It all seemed complicated to me with the different types of kegs in Canada and how to get my kegerator to do this. I still do not understand the different connections and couplers. Turns out all I had to do was put these little swivel nuts that came with this it in my beer lines. Now I just swap back and forth without any tools whenever I get a different keg.

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