- This 9 Liter Cleaning Can makes it easy to keep your draft dispense system clean
- Lets you tap a bottle of cleaning solution like a normal keg to clean your beer lines
- Helps remove contaminants and "beer stone", keeping your beer tasting brewery fresh
- Customizable with one of five valves ("D", "S", "U", "G", and "M" system)
- Also features ball lock posts to clean systems dispensing ball lock home brew kegs
Cleaning can measures 13.25" tall and 9" in diameter
This 9 Liter Cleaning Can from Kegco makes it easy to clean your draft beer system by allowing you to tap a bottle of cleaning solution like a normal keg, running the solution through your beer lines to remove contaminants and keep your beer tasting fresh. This versatile cleaning can features both ball lock posts and a customizable valve port, letting you clean both commercial and home brew keg dispense setups with ease. You can choose from one of five sanke valves ("D", "S", "U", "G", and "M" system).
This cleaning can was made in Italy and features a permanently molded rubber bottom skirt and a durable stainless steel strap handle. The stainless steel lid fastens tightly to the body and includes a pull ring style pressure release valve that makes it easy to depressurize the can. Working pressure must not exceed 130 P.S.I.G.
To use, simply fill the cleaning can with line cleaner solution, detach the keg coupler or ball lock couplers from your keg, and attach to the cleaning can. Place a bucket or drain underneath the faucet to catch the cleaning solution, and pull forward on your faucet handle to begin circulating the solution through the keg coupler and beer lines, out of your faucet, and out into the bucket or drain. Finish by repeating the process with clean water to rinse the system, and you are ready to enjoy fresh-tasting draft beer once again!
It is recommended that you use beer line cleaner to clean your draft beer system at least once a month, or every other keg. We suggest that you use an acid line cleaner every four or five cleanings to remove mineral deposits, which will allow you to prolong the life and quality of your draft beer system.