Q: Will this lid fit coke tanks ?
A: Yes, these should fit on standard pin lock and ball lock kegs, so long as the ball lock keg does not have the racetrack lid design
Q: how many psi in this item?
A: The Relief valve has a tolerance of 60PSI
Q: Maybe I'm just a little confused about the keg terminology here, but would this fit a Firestone keg?
A: So long as the keg is not a 'race track" or a lid that has flat sides and rounded ends, vs a true oval lid, this will work on any pepsi or coke keg otherwise,and would be just fine on a Standard Firestone
Q: Is Corny and Cornelius the same?
A: Yes, Corny is just an abbreviated name for Cornelius kegs
Q: What is the rate "blow off pressure" for the pressure relief valve ?
A: The relief valves typically have about a 60psi tolerance.
Q: I recently purchased 3 new 15.5 gal kegsno spears I need lids for this kegs will this lid work on them?
A: These will not work for those kegs. These lids are designed for 5 gallon corny kegs. Thanks!
Q: Where does the Gas and beer valves go? What am I missing here?
A: Those are post located on the keg itself. The lid has the pull to release pressure valve and o'ring, but that is all.
Q: do these come with keg lid handle caps like in the picture?
Q: Will this lid fit Pepsi corny kegs?
A: This lid can be used to upgrade any standard "corny" style soda keg other than "Racetrack" style kegs. This will work with any oval style lid opening.
Q: How does the o ring react to heat and high concentration of alcohol?
A: Heat, will be fine up to 212F. As for alcohol, should be fine, with higher concentrations of alcohol, but would assume like any petroleum product (in this case rubber), long exposures over time, may start to break down the properties of the o'ring.
Q: Will this lid fit on both Pin and Ball lock kegs? I suspect it's just Ball lock but I wanted to be sure.
A: This lid will fit both pin lock and ball lock. It will not fit the old race track style lids.