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AIH New 5 Gallon Corny Keg Ball Lock

AIH New 5 Gallon Corny Keg Ball Lock

Item Number 310-4900
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 Our kegs are  ISO 9001 and NSF certified.  While our current run did not get the stamp, all future runs will.
Brand NEW 5 gallon, ball lock, stainless steel, Cornelius product tank. With Double Rubber Handles (DRH) and a rubber bottom.

25" tall and 8.5" diameter.


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5/5
Rating Very Happy
 
I purchased 2 new ball lock corny kegs for a kegerator project. AIH came through for me again! Excellent quality and it was delivered on time and in perfect condition. - Reviewed by on 12/9/2014
5/5
Rating AIH New 5 Gallon Corny Keg Ball Lock
 
Great product! Will buy again. - Reviewed by on 11/9/2014
5/5
Rating Great Keg, Great Price
 
I won't say you can only get this quality keg here-but the price is pretty hard to find anywhere else. - Reviewed by on 10/26/2014
5/5
Rating Excellent kegs for a great price
 
I purchased two of these and was impressed at how quickly these were delivered all the way to California. The kegs arrived with no damage, and were very shiny and clean. They are very ruggedly built and look as nice as other new Cornelius kegs I have purchased (for much more). I will likely get many years of use out of these. - Reviewed by on 10/26/2014
4/5
Rating Damaged in shipment
 
I ordered four Corny Kegs and two were damaged in shipment. The box was ripped at two of the corners and the kegs were pushed in by about an inch each, but I managed to push the dents back out. No creases in the metal but some minor imperfections remain. I advised AIH and they gave me some rewards points for my trouble. They are also ordering stronger shipping containers for future shipments. Overall, I'm satisfied with the purchase. I would order again. - Reviewed by on 10/21/2014
5/5
Rating Great keg for the money!
 
I quit buying used kegs this year, the prices here are outrageous. This new keg is a great option! Very well made, nice quality welds and NSF certified. I'll buy these again. - Reviewed by on 10/20/2014
5/5
Rating Great Buy
 
Great buy and fast shipping! - Reviewed by on 10/16/2014
5/5
Rating Ended up good
 
I received the brand new keg and found that the lid had a welding fault, causing it to leak pressure. I advised customer service of the issue and they immediately sent a replacement lid. Mistakes happen. Great job guys. Otherwise, the keg is perfect. Thanks. - Reviewed by on 10/15/2014
4/5
Rating Nice enough
 
Look good. Function well. Price is great. But it would be nice if the top handle was correct. Indentations on the top handle should be for IN . But these have indentations at the OUT post side. Odd..... - Reviewed by on 10/10/2014
5/5
Rating Very Nice
 
I just received two of these kegs. I haven't had a chance to use them yet but I must say they look very nice, very clean and very shiny! - Reviewed by on 9/26/2014
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Q: I purchased my first two kegs as pin locks from my LHBS. Unfortunately, what I ended up with are ball lock kegs (in regards to size), but with pin lock posts. I need the same size, but don't want to change or purchase new fittings. Is there any chance I could purchase this keg with pin lock attachments?
Asked by: - 11/28/2014
A: We unfortunately do not carry pin lock keg posts for this kegs.
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Q: Just curious...why can't these be converted to pin-lock?
Asked by: - 11/27/2014
A: These have a different post thread than your more common 19/32" and 9/16" sizes found on pin locks. We do not sell the conversion kits for these particular kegs.
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Q: Can I change the posts out to pin lock? Can I order these with pin lock connectors?
Asked by: - 11/10/2014
A: These kegs cannot be converted to pin lock, and are only available in ball lock.
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Q: what price for 20 kegs??
Asked by: - 11/5/2014
A: Your price for 20 kegs would be $1799.80 plus shipping. Thanks for your interest!
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Q: Straight or curved beer dip tube? SS or plastic gas dip tube?
Asked by: - 10/20/2014
A: The liquid dip tube is curved. Both dip tubes are Stainless Steel.
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Q: Do these kegs have a pressure release valve?
Asked by: - 10/10/2014
A: The kegs have pressure relief valves on the lid.
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Q: what are the measurements of this keg?
Asked by: - 10/7/2014
A: These kegs are 25" tall and 8.5" in diameter.
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Q: What grade of stainless steel are these? 316 or 304 stainless steel which are commonly used for food applications?
Asked by: - 9/23/2014
A: These kegs are 304 Stainless Steel.
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Q: What threads to the posts have?
Asked by: - 9/22/2014
A: The threads on these keg posts are 19/32"
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Q: What type of posts do these kegs have. The smaller one with the notch in the gas side, or the larger ones with the knurled base? I find the latter easier to see when connecting.
Asked by: - 9/15/2014
A: They are the smaller posts with the notch on the gas side.
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