DetailsEar clamps are used for a more permanent connection and a solid seal for your kegging lines. You especially want to use clamps when working with your gas lines to prevent leaks. Ear clamps require an Ear Clamp Crimper tool for installation.
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4.9 / 5.014 ReviewsGreat for Keg SetupsThese clamps are great for connecting all of your keg hardware and tubing. Make sure to pick up the crimping tool for ease of use.November 24, 2012Great fit, neat and tidy clampsI switched to ear clamps because the slotted clamps were damaging my hoses (after they were finally tightened hard enough to seal). I was worried that the ear clamps wouldn't allow me to give that extra half turn to tighten up that I was used to. Well, I was wrong. Properly sized, they work great and don't damage my hoses._x000D__x000D_Of course, they are only good for one use, so use them when you mean to make a semi-permanent connection.November 28, 2012permanentThese work well, the tool makes them easier to tighten. However, I do not usually use them and when I do I usually end up cursing them because they are a more permanent item. If you want to switch things around, these make it really difficult. I usually go with normal clamps.December 19, 2012best for line connectionsEasy to use, form the best seal. get the crimping tool for best results.January 1, 2013leak proofThese are easy to apply with the crimper and do not leak. Use the clamps for other applications around the house as well. After dumping a keg using the regular worm-style clamps I decided to go for the best. Well worth the price of these and the crimperFebruary 21, 2013worked greatUsed a crimp style crusher tool to install and re-install some beer lines. Just be sure to slip it over the line before you squeeze on the fitting. Otherwise it's a PITA to get the line over the barb fitting again.March 15, 2013Easy to useSo easy to use. It is worth investing in the ear clamp tool. These go on easy and won't cut into your tubing like the adjustable clamps.April 12, 2013Great but I prefer adjustableThese are great for permanent application, but the adjustable ones make more sense for the flexible needs of homebrewing.September 18, 2013Pros and ConsThese are low cost and give your crimp a nice finished look. However you do need the crimping tool for these. If you're not worried about looks go with the screw style clamps. Unlike these they are reusable and you can always make them tighter.September 24, 2013
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