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The Kettle Screen is a rugged tube of stainless steel; 12" in length, 1" in diameter, with a 1/2" MPT fitting at one end. This fitting will thread directly into the back of any of our line of weldless valves, allowing you to better filter trub and whole hops from your wort while transferring from your kettle to your fermenter.
Excellent for straining out leaf hops in the boil kettle (Pellet hops can clog the screen). We also have several customers who use this as a screen in their Cooler Mash Tun!
Add a ball valve to your cooler or kettle or whatever without welding and using the upgraded high temperature red silicone flat washer. The flat washer seals on more surface area than the round washers and ensures a leak free connection. This weldless kit includes a 1/2" Full Port ball valve and a 1/2" barb. All fittings are made from 304 type stainless steel for a lifetime of corrosion free use. Full installation directions included. The hole size(7/8") needed is already built into the igloo and rubbermaid coolers, 7/8".
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