Micro Matic Keg Coupler D System
Micro Matic Keg Coupler D System is chrome bodied and has a tin-nickel plated probe.
|System||"D" (American Sankey)|
|Body Material||Chrome Plated Brass|
|Probe Material||Tin-Nickel Alloy Plated|
|Gas Port||3/8" O.D. Barb (To fit 5/16" I.D. Gas Hose)|
|Beer Port||7/8"-14 Thread (U.S. Beer Industry Standard)|
|Integral PRV||For safety: pressure relief valve releases at 55-65 PSI|
What are the different types of couplers?
"S" System - Mostly imported beers. Used by breweries such as Heineken, Becks, and Amstel Light. Also known as the European Sankey.
"D" System - Mostly North American beers. Used by breweries such as Budweiser, Coors, Miller, Labatt and Molson. This is most common coupler. It is also known as an American Sankey.
"A" System - Mostly German beers. Used by breweries such as Spaten, Warsteiner, and Paulaner. It is also known as a German Slider.
"M" System - Relatively new to the U.S. market. Body is the same as the German Slider, but the probe configuration is unique. Used by breweries such as: Schneider, Aventinus, and Einbecker.
"G" System - The name is from the English developer, Grundy. This coupler is found in breweries such as Bass, Boddingtion’s, Caffrey’s and Anchor Steam.
"U" System - The name comes from the English manufacturer UEC. Breweries such as Guinness and Harp use this coupler.
Twin Probe - This coupler is used by some craft breweries so therefore is limited.
Home Brew - Ball lock fittings used for homebrew tanks.