Q: What is the thread size of the bulkhead adapter?
Q: What is the minimum wall thickness that this bulkhead can accommodate? The shorter bulkhead has a 1.5" maximum.
Q: I have seen this bulkhead with a ball lock gas disconnect on one side as possible option. Do you have a gas post that will fit this bulkhead for a disconnect option?
A: The 1/4" flare thread can be adapted to a MFL ball lock disconnect using the adapter on the site as part#73-3803
Q: I recently installed this with NO gaskets.
You guys need to add a link to the teflon washers that seal this bulkheads fittings up. I had a heck of a time sealing my co2 lines to this with zero gaskets and recently added the gaskets with no leaks and no need to waaaay over tighten them ?
A: Hi Tim,
Thanks for the reply. Depending on the flare fitting your using, some do have a nylon coating or seal on the inside so depending on the fittings being used they may or may not need the flare washers. We will add this to the description that they may be needed
Q: Is this stainless?
A: Yes, it is stainless steel.
Q: Can you pass beer gas mix through this bulkhead, or is the pressure too high? Thanks.
Q: Can this bulkhead be used to transfer C02 gas or is it only intended for liquid transfers?
A: This is intended for co2 gas through the side of the fridge.
Q: What's the maximum wall thickness this can be used with?
A: The maximum wall thickness this will work with is 2 5/8".
Q: What size hole saw should I use when installing this?
A: You should use a 7/16" drill bit to install this bulkhead.