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Rotating CIP Spray Ball 1/2" Female FPT Connection


Score: 4.11 (votes: 9)
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Rotating CIP Spray Ball 1/2" FPT Connection.

 

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  • Weight
    0.5 lbs
  • SKU
    CIP12F12

Rotating CIP Spray Ball 1/2" FPT Connection. Operates on 15-100PSI, 40-60PSI is recommended.

Ball diameter is 1.5435"

 

  • Ball Diameter
    1.5435"
  • Operating Pressure
    15-100PSI. 40-60PSI is recommended.
  • Material
    304 Stainless Steel
  • Overall Length
    4.5"
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  • John Katics
    Dec 31, 1969, 16:00
    I have the ball mounted sideways in my MLT for sparge with the bottom of the MLT 6" higher. It does not rotate (as I desired) and disperses in a gentle 6-8" circle.
  • Brad Nixon
    Dec 31, 1969, 16:00
    I added one of these to my Mark's Keg Washer and it works great. The submersible pump puts out plenty of PSI to rotate the ball and thoroughly clean my kegs.
  • Randy Halseth
    Dec 31, 1969, 16:00
    I don't understand what this product is. I am using a keg as a mash/lauter tun. If I mount this with the ball pointing down and use a March pump to pump sparge water through it, what will the spray pattern look like and will it cover the entire grain bed?
  • Brad Nixon
    Dec 31, 1969, 16:00
    CIP stands for clean in place. The purpose of these balls is to clean equipment without having to dismantle it, just like a production brewery. I suppose it could be used as a sparge sprayer, but that is not the intended purpose. It is designed to power wash with a pump pushing the cleaning solution through the CIP ball. Lower pressure applications, like using a gravity feed from one vessel to another, will not make the ball spin.
  • Michael Moore
    Dec 31, 1969, 16:00
    I got two and they are mounted in my Blichmann 14 gallon conical fermenters. The Marks Keg Washer pump only put out about an 8" circle which did not reach the top of my fermenters. I did get a submersion pump from Harbor Freight for $35 and it works fantastically in a 5 gallon bucket only using ~3 gallons of hot water. I would recommend this product, but make sure you have an adequate pressure source.
    Mike

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