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Hop Bong Kit 2" - For Fermzilla

£79.95 Regular price £89.95

This kit will allow you to combine our ultimate pressure kit and any Fermzilla (All Rounder, Gen 2, Gen 3) to get the full pressure fermenting, oxygen-free dry hopping experience.

You get all parts shown in the photo.

To get this to work you will need a minimum of 2 other carbonation caps - you will likely have these already (as part of a BKT Ultimate pressure kit) but if not you may want to get these extra.

In the box:

(we've left the Kegland product codes and links in place so you can check what each part is)

1 x KL28219 FermZilla Tri-Clover Pressure Lid (including PRV, Bottle caps, 2Inch clamp, seal, PCO1881/Tri clover adaptor)
1 x KL27564 FermZilla Tri-Conical - 2" x 2" Tri-Clover Butterfly Valve
1 x KL10788 Carbonation Cap PCO1881 (Red / Gas)
1 x KL26079 2 Inch Tri-Clover - Hop Bong - Sight Glass
1 x KL20176 PCO1881 PRV Cap
1 x KL05333 Red PRV (35psi/2.5bar)
2 x KL03322 2 Inch Tri Clover Clamp
2 x KL03438 2 Inch Tri Clover Silicone Beaded Seal

This is also normally used in conjunction with a spunding valve (for pressure fermentation) and a stainless steel float and dip tube (both of which come with the BKT Ultimate pressure kit). 

 

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Hop Bong Kit 2" - For Fermzilla

£79.95 Regular price £89.95
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