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Ball Valve, High Pressure Brewing Tool Ball Valve Pressure Washe

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Ball Valve, High Pressure Brewing Tool Ball Valve Pressure Washe

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Product description

Feature:
1. The ball valve is mainly used for cutting and change the flowing direction of the medium.
2. Made of high‑hardness stainless steel material, sturdy and durable, corrosion‑resistant.
3. Adopts 1/2in female thread connection, good sealing performance, can be closely connected with beer barrels.
4. Practical beer brewing tool, easy to clean, can be used with wine barrels and cans.
5. Easy to install and use, no welding is required after assembly, with strong practicability.


Specification:
Condition: 100% Brand New
Item Type: Brew Kettle Ball Valve
Material: 304 Stainless Steel
Color: Silver
Thread: Female Thread 1/2in
Weight: Approx. 366g / 12.9oz
Length: Approx. 14.2cm / 5.6in

Package List:
1 x Valve
1 x Connector Accessory


Note:
1.Please allow 0‑1 inch error due to manual measurement. Thanks for your understanding.
2.Monitors are not calibrated same, item color displayed in photos may be showing slightly different from the real object. Please take the real one as standard.

Ball Valve, High Pressure Brewing Tool Ball Valve Pressure Washe


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