Q: I have the system. love it carbs the beer perfect. My pump does not pump. no suction . will pump if I force feed on the intake side. can I get an assembly drawing
so I can take it apart and clean it or get a rebuild kit.
A: Blichmann, the manufacturer may be able to supply this part via an inquiry through their site directly to send over via Email
Q: vcs despacham para o brasil?
A: we do ship internationally. You can get a quote for this through the site, prior to committing the order.
With items in your cart, click through to the last checkout page. In the right column, scan down and choose the appropriate, city/state/province/country etc...Refresh the shipping rates and you will have quotes from both UPS and USPS.
Q: Is this version 1 or 2?
A: This would drop ship from Blichmann Directly and would be the most current version they offer
Q: Would you recommend this to keg root beer. Do you think this would work with the amount of sugar that's in root beer. Thank you
A: The high sugar levels and rate of co2 that would need is typically bery high when dealing with soda. While the quick carb could potentially be used for soda, we would advise using a straight connection to a co2 regulator capeable of tolerating higher PSI's
Q: anyway this can be used to carbonate 750 ml bottles of wine?
A: This product is only intended for use on kegs. The product can be carbed in a keg and then backfilled into bottles but would reduce much of the carbonation in transferring. natural carbonation in bottles using yeast would be best in that regard
Q: How big is the box for this item?
A: the handles case it ships in would measure 11" x 5" x 15"
Q: Can I use this item to quick carbonate water Sankey D type kegs?
A: It can be used for 1/6 or 1/4bbl sanke kegs. You would need to apply commercial adapters to the sanke coupler so it will fit the 1/4" flare fittings in the line under item #73-2556
Q: Can this system make seltzer?
A: The system could be potentially used for making carbonated water was well
Q: Can this pump be used to for plate chillers and transfers as well as quick carbing?
A: The product by design would function best if bseing used on a keg and would not work for inline ifusing in a chiller
Q: does the pump work with 220v?
A: This is currently only deisgned and shipped with a 120V plug at this time
Q: You could tell me what connections I need for connect the quickcarb to 1/2 barrel System D Sankey Valve??
A: 99-3967 item number would give you the 1/4" connection needed to fit the 1/4" female swivel on the liens of the Quick Carb
Q: How high a PSI can this carb?
A: The manufacturer does not recommend using higher than 30PSI on this unit
Q: I would like to force carb three 5 gallon kegs at a time. Can I put then in series and use one of there?
A: The pump used on the system is only deigned to handle fluid flow through 1, 5 gallon keg and has not been tested for more than 1. This can be attempted but cannot guarantee it would function properly or would not cause damage to the pump and would void any warranty the manufacturer offers.
Q: Can I carbonate 3 gallon batches? Does it have to be 5 gallons?
A: So long as the connections on the keg are correct you can. you would just need to lower the time frame the keg is hooked up to the system to limit over carbing
Q: Could you use this to carbonate wine?
A: You should be able to use this to carbonate any beverage
Q: What weight in packing?
A: Package weight is approximately 10 pounds.
Q: Is there a way to convert this to carbonate sanke kegs?
A: You would need to replace the disconnects with tail pieces to attach to the coupler. It would also take longer to carbonate, but it should work. This is something we have not tested.
Q: Can I use this set up to do standard 15 gallon keg?
A: You would need different connections to the keg and it would take longer to carbonate, but it should work. This is something we have not tested.
Q: Hi do the kegs have to be cold. I thought I saw someone refer to the carbonation chart to figure what psi to reach desired volumes of co2. Is that all you have to do? Are you at a disadvantage or does it take longer to carbonate if the keg is room temp? Thanks
A: Your kegs don't have to be cold to carbonate them, but it definitely does help. When your kegs are cold the CO2 dissolves into the beer faster.
Q: Will this work on sanke kegs as well?
A: Yes, obviously you would need different fittings to connect to the keg. The time to carbonate will also be longer.