Sankey Keg Ball Lock Tri-Clamp Conversion Kit

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  • Price: $49.99
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In stock, will ship on Monday, June 12

This converts a Sankey Keg so it can be easily cleaned, and used with ball lock disconnects. Includes a gas in and beer out ball lock post, as well as a 0-30 PSI pressure relief valve. A special Tri Clamp gasket is included that is grooved on one side to seal the lid, and smooth on the other for a positive seal with the smooth top of the Sankey.  A flexible silicone beer pick up tube hose is provided. Our filter item I41 fits this pick up tube for those who like to experiment. The relief valve and posts are standard Corny style, and can be easily replaced if needed.

To fit this, you will need a Sankey Keg with a 2" Tri-Clamp opening which has had its circlip and spear removed (lots on Youtube about how to do this). Then just install the 2" Tri-Clamp gasket smooth side down, and fasten clamp to complete your conversion. Pictured keg is not included.

If you want a floating dip tube with this, check out the FLOTit Floating Dip Tube. This has a float narrow enough to fit into a converted Sankey keg.

 Note:  Kegs that were full of commercial beer are the property of the brewery listed on the keg, not the property of person who paid the deposit for the full keg.  These should be returned to the beer seller so the brewery can continue to make money and stay in business!

Average rating 9 out of 10 ( based on 4 reviews )

Sanke conversion

Review by Richard Gospodarek on 6/22/2021

I have 3. Well made solid. No leaks sofar

No more spears

Review by Chris Muller on 9/3/2019

I bought 2 one worked fine. The other would spit then flow with alot of foam then go back to spiting the same cycle over and over. Took the liquid post off used my manufacturing engineering skills and discovered the mini dip tube would not allow full compression of the poppet. Dip tube was a wee bit long and would butt up against the poppet semi-sealing the flow path. Lapped off aprox .125" of the tube length and all is well.

Pretty neat.

Review by Fred on 8/30/2019

Fits like a charm. Although I'm a bit worried about excess foam from such a small out tube. But hey, if it gets me more kegs it'll be great.

A good option for Sankey keg conversion

Review by Bill T on 8/30/2019

Using Sankey kegs used to be impractical for homebrewers, because cleaning and filling them requires special equipment. This lid is a game changer. Remove the spear and the keg is easy to clean using the same commercial or homebuilt keg use on your corny kegs. Fill the keg with beer and seal the lid,and pressurize, or seal and pressure fill the keg. The ball lock fittings work just like on your corny kegs. Oh, and did I mention that you can use these lids on any size sankey keg that uses a spring-type spear? Not sure if it will work on the newer screw-type spear. Perhaps they'll make this for pin lock users also?

Mar 28, 2022 by Brandon

Q: is the liquid out using a compression fitting allowing it to be fit with a straight stainless dip tube or is the barb welded on?

A: The dip tube and the part that threads into the tri--clamp body are one piece, so you could not replace it with a standard dip tube.

Nov 07, 2021 by Gábor

Q: Hello I've just got a 25l sankey keg with a G coupler. The coupler is beyond repair but the keg is in good condition (and was for free). Would this conversion kit seal properly with my keg? Thank you in advance and greetings from Hungary!

A: Sorry, we do not ship outside the USA. The coupler may fit, although we have never tried it on a G coupler keg.

Nov 04, 2021 by Eric P

Q: Will this fit a sixtel?

A: It fits all Sankey kegs that take type D Sankey Couplers. It does fit a sixth of a keg if it has the standard Sankey coupler.

May 18, 2021 by John

Q: Are the liquid and gas posts removable and interchangeable?

A: Yes, they are removable and their location could be swapped.

May 14, 2021 by Mike

Q: Why isn't this offered with the floating cask widge? Is that even a thing anymore? Ali Express only shows a different filter that has to use a separate ball float (you can edit that part out if you choose to post this.)

A: That is an excellent idea. We do not have a cask widge float/filter that fits this, although we do have our filter item I41 which does fit the flexible dip tube of this product. It does not include a float, although it has eyelets where a fabricated float could be attached with a bit of fishing line.

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