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Old 10-06-2011, 01:40 AM   #1
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Default For Sale - Micromatic D System Cleaning Kit

Not sure how many folks use their CO2 system to pressure clean their beer lines but I have (3) Micromatic 1.3 Gallon Cleaning Kits for D systems for sale. Basically you pour cleaning detergent in the bottle, connect to your normal keg tap (you leave the CO2 and Beer lines connected to the tap) and the CO2 pushes the cleaning fluid through the tap, through the beer lines and out your faucet into a bucket. This saves all the hassle of pulling the hoses off the tap and then reverse flowing detergent through the faucet shank. I ended up with these as part of a kegerator purchase and don't see the need to keep this many. They will come with one 16 oz container of Micromatic's Clean Flo powder. This kit sells on Micromatic's website for $102.95. I'm asking $50 a piece plus shpping. Here is a picture of the kit. Let me know if interested.

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Interesting item. Will this work with a corny system? If so I'm in for one.

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No it won't work on a corny system with some reworking. The trick here is the adapter on the bottle fits the keg tap. So you untap the keg put tap on this bottle and your ready to flush beer lines. After flushing put in cold water to flush lines clean and your done. It's really kinda cool. I think it could be adapted for cornies but it would take some creativity to incorporate the gas and beer posts....

I've still got one or two for sale...

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If you want to clean a corny system just buy an extra corny and use it the same way, negative being you waste more co2 filling the extra headspace

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Old 10-07-2011, 12:57 AM   #7
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Come on guys if I sell another one I'm in range of my Perlick faucets. Help a brother out here and help yourself with the cleaning chores at the same time...

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I messaged you again, I'm down for one.

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Bummer for me. That looks like a good system. By the time I used a Sankey coupler and converted, I just as well use a corney. Would be nice to have one of the small corney's for cleaning though.

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I'm interested, I'll send a pm

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