I. Introduction The 1/4" beer cooling coil ferrule is a small but essential component used in the process of dispensing beer from a keg. It is designed to connect a stainless steel coil to a shank, ensuring that the beer flows smoothly and stays at the optimal temperature. The product is made of high-quality materials and is carefully engineered to provide a secure and reliable connection.
II. Components The 1/4" beer cooling coil ferrule consists of two main components: the ferrule itself and the compression ring. The ferrule is a small, cylindrical piece of metal that fits over the end of the SS coil. The compression ring is a thin, circular piece of metal that fits over the ferrule and is tightened down to create a tight seal.
III. Properties The 1/4" beer cooling coil ferrule is designed to be durable, corrosion-resistant, and easy to install. Its precise dimensions ensure a tight and secure connection, while its high-quality materials ensure that it can withstand the rigors of regular use. The product is also designed to maintain the temperature of the beer, ensuring that it stays cool and refreshing.
IV. Installation Installing the 1/4" beer cooling coil ferrule is a straightforward process that can be completed in just a few steps:
- Slide the ferrule over the end of the SS coil.
- Insert the shank into the ferrule.
- Place the compression ring over the ferrule and tighten it down with a wrench.
- Connect the other end of the SS coil to the keg.
V. Maintenance To keep the 1/4" beer cooling coil ferrule in good condition, it is important to clean it regularly with a mild detergent and warm water. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or scrubbing pads, as these can damage the surface of the product. It is also important to check the tightness of the compression ring periodically to ensure that the connection remains secure.