Spundy - Compact Spunding Valve

Spundy – Compact Spunding Valve

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Provides brewers with the ability to set the pressure control simply by turning the black valve tip clockwise to increase pressure or counter clockwise to release

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Description

The Spundy Compact Spunding Valve from Keg King is designed in Australia and provides brewers with performance and flexibility all in a neat little package that is ready to use right out of the box.

Spundy is low profile, sitting just 4.5cm tall, to help brewers fit their pressure equipment in height limited fermentation chambers, fridges or cupboards. Attached, it only adds 2.5cm to the height of the vessel.

Spundy attaches to your cornelius style gas posts or carbonation caps just like a grey/gas disconnect would, so there is no need to buy another disconnect just to connect this spunding valve your equipment. It provides brewers with the ability to set the pressure control simply by turning the black valve tip clockwise to increase pressure or counter clockwise to release.

The built in pressure gauge lets brewers see exactly what pressure is being held to from 0 to 30psi (2bar).

Specifications:

Materials = Plastic and Stainless Steel

Dimensions:

Height = 4.5cm

Width = 3cm

Width with gauge and valve stem = 7cm

Weight = 50grams

Additional information

Weight .3 kg

2 reviews for Spundy – Compact Spunding Valve

  1. Thompson Almeida (verified owner)

    I bought two, and I enjoy them.
    Just a few issues but nothing crazy. First – The acrylic cover keeps coming off. Second – It doesn’t fit on the Kegmenter. That’s all. I might change the Kegmenter ball lock.
    The gauge is very accurate, nice and compact, easy to clean and maintain, practical and straightforward.

  2. cole henley (verified owner)

    Really nice idea. Lovely and compact but couldn’t get to stay on disconnect.
    Turns out supplied with only two bearings to keep in place. Was able to fix by removing two additional bearings from an old ball lock connector but seems a bit of a design oversight!

    • Robert Neale

      Thanks for bringing this to my attention Cole. This is defective product, it should use 4 x ball bearings. Will be in contact to sort issue.

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