Sheesh, yeah you got it right - GPH. GPM would have indeed blown the item being cleaned off the cleaner.assume you mean 330 GPH, not minute, 330 per minute, you got yourself a fire truck
I'm assuming you mean 80 liter/hour here after what others pointed out. That equates to 21 gal/hour. Considering he said the 330 gph pond pump wouldn't do it, I don't think this one would. Might as well try though if you already hav it.I have a 80 liter/minute pump, so I think that is 1/8 HP. That should be plenty of gusto to push through beer line, dont you think?
Another thing that works for me is on my propane grill (so I bet most people have them). In the bottom of the grill there is a plastic "bubble" like piece that holds the propane tank. The piece holds my carboy almost perfectly. Here's a link to the replacement part.
Um, none that I can think of. Someone on here (KCBrewer I think) has a laundry room sink rigged up with a pump from either a dishwasher or washing machine. Depending on how you rigged it up that'd probably work.I'm curious. Has anyone attempted to make a keg/carboy washer that was large enough to accommodate a kettle, kettle or mash tun? Any reason why this wouldn't work?
Thanks for the tip. I found the thread: link.Um, none that I can think of. Someone on here (KCBrewer I think) has a laundry room sink rigged up with a pump from either a dishwasher or washing machine. Depending on how you rigged it up that'd probably work.
Are you talking about the QD's when you say adapters?I'm finding this a bit more challenging. Home Depot had all the parts for the washer itself, but I'm having trouble finding adapters for my corny keg posts. I found an article that describes thread type (http://www.dresselbrew.com/Keg_Info.htm), but I may have to find them specialty online.
Slightly... I was trying to adapt the post to 1/2" pvc. Turns out, the keg shop originally sold me 19/32" Cornelius posts. I couldn't find anything at Home Depot to adapt to that. I went back, and they also had 9/16" posts in stock, and 9/16 to 1/4" adapters. They cost me $20 each, plus another $2.50 for the 1/4" to 1/2" adapter. A bit complex, but this is what it looked like after it went together:
LOL - a slightly expensive way to clean posts! Not to mention painful to disassemble to clean the keg...