Ball Lock Beer Line Cleaning Kit

  • Item #B79
  • Price: $29.99
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In stock, will ship on Tuesday, July 5

This simple air pump system for ball lock beer line equipped kegerators and keezers makes cleaning easy and portable. There is no need to hook up C02 or waste C02 when pumping cleaner through your beer lines and faucets,  Includes a 2.5 Liter PET Cleaning Bottle, as well as an air pump and ball lock exit fitting for attaching your ball lock beer lines. A 14" long flexible dip tube is included to get all the liquid out of the PET bottle. 4 ounces of BLC Beer Line Cleaner is also included, enough for 4 cleaning sessions. 

NOTE: This does not fit Sankey Couplers  (as found on commercial beer and wine kegs) unless you remove the EvaBarrier tubing from your top Sankey beer out line and attach our item G50, DuTight Ball Lock fitting.   

RESTRICTED SHIPPING: Ground shipment only to lower 48 states. No air shipments, and no postal shipments (no shipments to Zone C).

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Average rating 8 out of 10 ( based on 4 reviews )

Great for ball lock kegerators

Review by David on 3/19/2022

Just plug this into your beer ball lock in your kegerator, fill and pump to flush the lines. Very easy once you figure out how to assemble the pump.

Leaking problem fixed

Review by Matthew J on 12/5/2021

I used three Ford expansion valve O-rings to seal it. It works perfect now. They are very thin and fit perfect. Something Williams should include in the kit !!!

Easy

Review by steelheader on 10/9/2021

Plugs into beer line, no pulling faucet from tower. Just mix solution connect beer line open tap and pump. Repeat with a rinse and your done.

Works but..

Review by @thebeerjudge on 10/8/2021

I found that you really have to crank down on the fittings in order to stop any air leaks. It won't pump fluid if there are leaks. It seems to be right at the edge of overtightening or striping the threads so I'm not sure how long this thing will last.

Dec 02, 2021 by Bob

Q: Will this clean the faucet in addition to the beer line? Or does the faucet need to be removed and cleaned separately?

A: This will rinse the lines and the faucet (the faucet is where the cleanser exits during the cleaning process)


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