Learn how to make your own home brew spunding valve to assist with closed system pressure transfers from vessel to vessel (e.g. fermenter to keg) and setting a maximum pressure value for a vessel. This is a very simply build and is a companion video to my Fermentasaurus review video made by fan request.
Fermentasaurus Review: https://youtu.be/y_RQKeFlwfA
1/4″ Pressure Relief Valve: http://amzn.to/2wKqV7r
1/4″ Pressure Gauge: http://amzn.to/2wJZSJu
1/4″ NPT Brass Tee
1/4″ Male NPT x 3/8″Hose Barb
Gas Ball Lock Disconnect (fits the Fermentasaurus)
Gas Nut & Stem Assy
2 Small Hose Clamps
3/8″ ID Clear Vinyl Hose
BNB Gear: https://teespring.com/beer-n-bbq-by-larry
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Silly question, but does it matter where on the tee you thread the pressure gauge?
For example, I’m planning on putting the gauge on the straight end and the relief valve on the side end.
I don’t think so. It’s just gas flowing equally within a simple Tee fitting.