DetailsIntegrate this Threaded Shutoff Valve into a length of gas line to shut off gas flow. The Shutoff valve has a built in check valve to prevent liquid from flowing back past the shutoff valve.
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4.1 / 5.07 ReviewsAwesome addition to the kegeratorThese are great! I had a leak in my kegging system that I never found but has never come back... Now I'm paranoid so I put them on the outputs of my valves and now I can shut the valves off when not in use. They also helped me troubleshoot the leak to the point where I'm confident its gone._x000D__x000D_They cost a few bucks but they gave me some peace of mind.September 22, 2013These things are so niceI had a system leak which emptied my whole 5lb CO2 tank. Since then I've been paranoid. These little shutoff valves give me a little bit of comfort because I can shut off one of my inputs. They are also great if you like to troubleshoot and need to track down a leak.September 22, 2013Nice OptionThese are a nice option if you're looking to make your own tubing connections. However, as one reviewer said, they are very cheap quality.August 23, 2013Poorer Quality than Chinese MadeDon't buy these! I got three of them to use with wye connections. All three leaked at the valve body (not threads). For those who already bought and installed them, do a bubble test to check for leaks. I'm certain yours are leaking too. These valves are so cheap they don't even have "Made in China" stamped on the side! Midwest needs to stop buying these extremely low quality valves.August 14, 2013Great for quick changesI have two different setups that I switch back and forth from.Going from from a commercial to a corny keg is a breeze with one of these and a few barbed swivel nutsJanuary 26, 2013PerfectI bought a few of these to go with the beer gun. This is a must have for someone wanting to economically split a gas line to operate the beer gun.December 11, 2012Saved my regulator!This little guy is a must have for people new to kegging. When I got my kegging kit, I immediately had a beer to put in the keg, and I initially put 30 PSI into the tank to help make a seal. Then, I turned the pressure down to 12 PSI as a serving pressure. Turns out that without these valves on my regulator, I would have sent beer up through the gas line, into the regulator and ruined it. Highly recommended.October 2, 2012
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