Q: What is the ID of the SS coil? assuming its 3/16
A: the ID would be 3/16" ID
Q: Looking for plastic hinge replacements. Broke first time we used our double faucet Jocky box
A: unfortunately at this time we do not source or carry replacements for the hinges on the lid
Q: Do I need CO2 to make these work? I assume yes, but want to be sure. Thanks
A: a co2 source or something to keep the kegs pressurized would be best
Q: Is it possible to get this item without faucets and have the shanks upgraded to all stainless steel instead of chrome plated brass?
A: As shipped the standard faucets and chrome shanks would be included in the price. Additional stainless shanks and faucets can be purchased as separate items and added tot he box by the end user if needed
Q: what is the width of the cooler and the width between the two taps?
A: Outside dimensions are 10.5" x 19.5" and the taps are 11" apart on center
Q: What size are the gaskets in the beer lines and do you sell them?
A: The washer you'll be looking for can be found on item #40-1914A
Q: looking to use this with corny kegs. what all is needed?
A: You would need to add in the first option from the add-ons menu of the two line assemblies, and two of the disconnects needed for your kegs or either ball lock or pin lock to get what is needed to serve on the box on the liquid side
Q: What size and length tubing do you recommending pouring with?, I purchased this awhile back and am having trouble with one of the taps pouring foamy, slow, etc. Maybe I need some new gaskets or something? I have tried tightening everything down a bit more...
A: The kegs being chilled as well would be the first thing to check. A warm keg moving through the cold lines will cause foaming if the kegs are not chilled. We have found the 3/16" line at about 5 feet is a good standard length to usewhen serving at 5-10PSI. INcreasing line length between the coils and keg will help to limit foaming
Q: Will the stainless steel coils work with keg wine?
A: This could be used with kegged with so long as the keg connections are correct to attach to the joceky box liens
Q: What is the interior and exterior dimensions of the box/cooler?
A: Outside dimensions are 10.5" x 19.5" and the wall thickness is 1.5" to set the inside diameter
Q: What is the optimal PSI setting/range when using this product?
A: The typical serving pressure if between 5-15PSI, temp of the beer, length of feed tube and carbonation rate will vary the serving pressure
Q: Hi, I'm looking to purchase a jockey box for our mobile bar. Can you tell me what pieces I would need, in addition to the box itself, to have a fully functioning system that can tap standard kegs?
A: The addition of the two beer line assemblies with mfl fittings would need to be selected, along with the option for the two commercial tail piece assemblies., and two sanke D couplers would give you everything on the liquid side you needed to add. A co2 tank regulator and lines to run to the coupler would be needed for the gas side
Q: I have the #4 kit from AIH (so I do have some kegging supplies) currently using the party tap that kit came with. What will I need to connect to the jockey box? I don't need any commercial connections.
A: The jockey box is stand alone system that allows you to keep your existing kegging equipment in place, and utilize the draft faucets on the box for a mobile tapping system. There is options on the site to add on the proper connections for the types of kegs your service from, In this instance for cornelius kegs, you would need to add the first option for MFL line assembles, to get from the jockey box to the keg, and then select the type of disconnects further down in the add-ons for either, ball or pin lock disconnects, that attach to the kg itself
Q: Are the faucets/shanks stainless or chrome-plated brass?
A: The faucets and shanks included are chrome plated Brass
Q: For the MFL tail piece, does both the beer nut side and the keg side have the mfl male threaded connection? Or is the beer nut side have a barb connection.
A: The side connecting to the Shank on the box would have a standard beer nut and the other side would have the smaller 1/4MFL to connect to a Cornelius disconnect or a commercial adapter for Sanke kegs.