- A CO2 manifold or distributor allows you to have one CO2 tank with multiple kegs.
- This particular manifold gives you the ability to have three kegs on one CO2 tank.
- A manifold can act as a gas line splitter with both home brew draft systems and commercial kegerators.
- A single beer line can be turned off individually without interrupting the flow to other kegs.
- These individual shut-offs give you the ability to swap-out or fix kegs without depressurizing your entire kegging system.
- Each beer line also has a check valve that stops the beer from flowing backwards.
- This eliminates the chance of beer accidentally flowing from one keg to other.
- Check valves also keep beer from contaminating your gas lines and from backing up into your CO2 regulator.
- All the gas lines attach to this CO2 manifold by sliding them onto the 3/8" barbed stems. Then clamping them down.
- A 3/8" barb makes a nice tight fit for standard 5/16" I.D. gas line.
- Keep your draft system nice and tidy. The CO2 Manifold has screw holes so it can be mounted to a wall if you'd like.
- You can also connect more than one of these CO2 manifold systems together by replacing the end cap with a pip union.
- As your drafts system grows, your manifold system can grow along with it.
- The CO2 manifold, itself, is made of extruded aluminum.
- The ball-valve shut-offs and check valve are made of chrome-plated solid brass. The levers are rubberized.
- The manifold inlet and end cap are made solid brass.
- Dimensions: 7-7/8" long, 3-3/8" tall and 1-3/4" deep.
A CO2 manifold cannot deliver more than one pressure at a time. This is because the manifold is working off the same CO2 regulator. If you need more than one dispensing pressure, this can be accomplished with our Triple Gauge Regulator (Item: DF-RG330).
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