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Speidel Orange Airlock (100L - 910L)
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Speidel Orange Airlock (100L - 910L)

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Replacement orange airlock for Speidel Variable Volume Tanks. Fits tanks from 100L through 910L in volume.

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Availability California - Out Of Stock
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Weight 0.35LBS
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To replace broken airlock
Larry P on Dec 4, 2018
Hope this will fit some Itallian tanks that have sub-par airlocks. Nice if you-all would publish the dimentations of the airlock.
Garrett M on May 14, 2018
To replace broken airlock
Larry P on Dec 4, 2018
FITS MY TANK
Hank G on Oct 6, 2018
Hope this will fit some Itallian tanks that have sub-par airlocks. Nice if you-all would publish the dimentations of the airlock.
Garrett M on May 14, 2018
FITS MY TANK
Hank G on Oct 6, 2018
Reviews

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Great airlock
airlock allows you to draw out samples for testing as well as add chemicals without pulling the lid
easy to add gas to top off
Need larger gaskets if used on other brands
March 4, 2019
Purchased
4 months ago
Cheap air lock
My cap broke too. But it decideded to break 3 weeks after my tank was open. I agree with the others on how cheap its make. If you plan any long term storage, save yourself the headache and put a 10 1/2 rubber stopper in.
January 2, 2019
Broken cap. Ruined wine.
Our airlock broke in the same exact place as the above picture in the other review. As a result we lost 25 gallons of wine because we didn’t realize the cap had broken. The bottom part had fallen into the wine tank and the top was sitting loosely over the opening. Gnats got to the wine. It happened really fast and it is a sad day indeed.
September 12, 2018
could use a redesign
I've broken 2 of these so far in the exact same way. The way this works is that the bottom 2 pieces screw into each other clamping around the metal lid. Since this sits under the level of the wine it needs to be tight in order to prevent leaking. The top lid piece also screws on. The cap has a gasket in the top of it to make a tight seal. The problem is when you try to unscrew the lid the bottom part will come unscrewed as well.
The bottom threaded part is really thin where the threads start. That is the place it has broken both times for me. They need to make this part thicker and it would probably solve all the issues i have with it. It can't handle the stress of being tight and will split at the threads eventually.
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April 30, 2018
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1 year ago