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Beer Carb Tester

Regular Price: $398.56
You Save $79.71

The Taprite 2701-BCT Carbonation Tester is designed to be used in the field to verify carbonation levels during equipment installations, keg change-outs and to assist with trouble-shooting. It has been tested on various beers (Bud, Bud Light, Coors, Coors Light, Miller Light, Shiner, Heineken and others) with accurate results.

Handy label affixed to the outside of the tester to show the appropriate CO2 volume based on the Temperature and Pressure readings.

  • Fittings are all stainless or plated metal
  • Thermometer & gauge are pre-calibrated and easy to read
  • Canister (11 oz capacity) is made of high impact acrylic
  • Cap is made of lightweight aluminum with knurled sides
  • Design is simple, easy to use and clean
  • Affordably priced
Warning WARNING: This product has Brass components. Brass alloys are known to contain trace amounts of Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
  • Simple and easy to use
  • Fewer parts makes cleaning easy
  • Plastic canister won't conduct heat
  • Fittings are all stainless or plated metal
  • Pre-calibrated and easy to read components
  • Cost is much less than competitor's models
UPC: 608938444882

Beer Carb Tester Reviews

Average Customer Rating:
(based on 1 reviews) 
You get what you pay for.
by:Ichabod the pumpkin man. (03-10-2014)
Comments:If you want to measure volumes of co2 in your beer, this product will give you a good start. We've measured hundreds of barrels of beer with this thing and my advice is:
1. Keep this thing in the walk-in, it really needs to be cold.
2. Take three readings and average them.
3. Run about a gallon of beer through this thing, it really needs to attemperate to the beer. one gallon, at least.
4. Shake it for at least 6 minutes.
5. Save your money for the real deal.
Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.

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