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 ReviewsQuick and Easy with CrimpersClamp your Gas and Beer lines to their connections with these stainless Steel ear clamps. Quick and Easy to use, no leaks, Ever!March 7, 2014SecureGet the Ear Clamp crimper and then these are perfect for locking tubing in place that wont slip. No leaks ever.February 19, 2014Best connectorThese are my favorite clamps to use for my kegging system. I have some that are removable that I use as well but for anything that is permanent (or not going to be modified any time soon) these are what i go to. Price is a little steep through here though.January 30, 2014My personal favroiteI always use these pinch clamps. Make a perfect seal every time.September 30, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 2013Important to have for gas connectionsThese are a must have for gas-side connections. Worm clamps do not provide an air tight seal (learned the hard way after emptying a 5lb CO2 tank overnight while hooked up to a keg). Don't forget that you need the special crimping pliers to install these. I was disappointed to find that some of these have corroded and loosened up on some of my older connections, again emptying another 5lb tank! So I recommend replacing these clamps every 2 years or when corrosion is seen. I would be willing to pay more if I knew they were corrosion resistant for a more permanent connectionJanuary 24, 2013
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