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IsoFlow™ Kettle Valve Kit

$39.99

SKU# 7515

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Easy flow control and liquid transfer. All stainless parts. Equipped with IsoFlow™ Bulkhead and Diptube for quick assembly, cleaning and pickup to within 1/8” from the bottom of the kettle.

*Requires a 7/8" hole for installation
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$39.99

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Easy flow control and liquid transfer. All stainless parts. Equipped with IsoFlow™ Bulkhead and Diptube for quick assembly, cleaning and pickup to within 1/8” from the bottom of the kettle.

Kit Includes
  • IsoFlow™ Single Piece Bulkhead
  • Stainless Ball Valve 1/2"
  • IsoFlow™ Quick-Release Diptube 1/2"
  • Teflon Pipe Thread Tape - 30"


*Requires a 7/8" hole for installation
Additional Information
Support Documents: IsoFlow™ Single Piece Bulkhead Instructions
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The pick up tube doesn't work! But the valve still works.
Valve is great, but the pick up tube doesn't work. I inserted it all the way in, so it's in place with the two inside o-rings in the valve, but the flow stops at the level of the valve, about 2 inches from the bottom. It says it has a clearance of 1/8 inch from the bottom, which would be perfect for whirlpooling, but the pick up doesn't pick up.
May 29, 2017
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1 month ago
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What is the purpose of the 90' dip tube?
A shopper on May 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The diptube allows you to draw fluid (wort) from the bottom of the kettle. If you whirlpool and use a dip tube you can get relatively clear wort into the fermenter. this allows you to get more, clearer wort into the Carboy/bucket.
How long are the threads on each side of the fixed flange / nut?
David F on Feb 27, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Without measuring them I would guess there's 3/4"" on each side, when I tightened up the ball valve on the outside it came close to bottoming out but didn't . They worked good for me, I would buy them again!
I hope this helps.
Can this be used as a whirlpool arm? i.e. Can the dip tube be turned 90 degrees right/left and be kept in that position?
C H on Aug 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, that will work to make a whirlpool, however you normally want it a bit higher up from the bottom of the kettle.
I've got a 10 gallon brew kettle and was wondering if this valve would work with my kettle. The kettle would need a 7/8" hole drilled in it near the bottom and I want to be sure the valve can handle the curve of the kettle and also the o-rings can handle the heat?
S H on Feb 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Works great on my 15.5 gallon kettle. The oring that comes with is adequately sized for a good deal. The silicone will withdtand the heat just fine. Use a step bit to drill out the kettle
How long is the dip tube? I'm considering adding this to my converted keg kettle and it would be to reach the center of the bottom of the kettle, right?
Z J on Feb 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It's just a few inches long. It curves down just after entering the kettle, so it would not reach very far into a converted keg, unless set up with something to extend it further. In the Isoflow bulkheads, it sticks only a couple inches into the kettle. Take a look at the pic on item #7515 to get a good idea of how far it would extend. -Mike W, Northern Brewer

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