This Mark II Keg and Carboy Washer makes clean-up a breeze. Designed to accommodate homebrewing equipment so you don't have to do the scrubbing.
Fill the sump with your favorite cleaner, pop a carboy on top of the spray wand and plug it in: the powerful motor will blast off crusted trub, yeast, and hops. The mechanical action of the moving fluid acts like a CIP system, continuously recirculating the cleaner, removing surface films and debris--you don't have to scrub!
What's even better is the Mark II can run while you do other brewing chores--heating strike water, lautering, mashing out, whatever is next on your brew day. It's hands free, and despite it's powerful jet, it's nearly silent, and the fittings allow you to strip kegs clean, removing all traces of your last brew, making sure you're next has a good home.
Drain and refill with no-rinse sanitizer and it's an instant sanitation station: no more pouring with funnels, shaking carboys, and dumping in sinks. The savings to your lower back alone make the Mark II the best homebrew purchase you'll make all year.
This is a great way to clean carboys and kegs. I cleaned my 7 gal. boil kettle, too.
Fill the reservoir to the top. Sprinkle in one tablespoon of PBW. Ba-da-bing, ba-da-boom. It cleans in 15-20 minutes. Easy peasy.
Only problem is that you have to be near the washer, since it splashes over the sides a bit.
Does a good job cleaning kegs and carboys. I cracked the female trended end when installing the spout. Be care not to over tighten. You have to buy line, tees, hardware and ball lock ends separately to clean the keg gas in and beer out poppets. It would be nice if they were included.
After 5 years, I broke down and wished I had of done it 5 years ago.
Make cleaning everything a lot easier. Will make brew day a lot better
great! did 4 kegs with gas and liquid lines hooked up to it. Did not have any issue with kegs wanting to fall aver it was very stable.