Nothing is more refreshing that having your own soda water on tap at home. SodaStream units are great but filling up those tiny 1L bottles is a pain and those small CO2 cylinders run out fast and are expensive to swap. Solve this problem once and for all with the Continuous Soda Carbonator Keg Reactor Solution.
- Position the keg inside your fridge or kegerator (ideally below 40°F).
- Attach your beverage draft line to the soda water out post.
- Attach your gas line to the gas-in post.
- Set your CO2 regulator to 30-50 psi, depending on how highly carbonated you like your soda water. We highly recommend using a check valve on your CO2 line.
- On first use, purge the air from the headspace of the keg.
- Connect the mains water to the water inlet post on the lid of the keg.
We recommend also using a check valve on your mains water line to prevent soda water from going back into your house mains. Depending on your mains water pressure, you may need to reduce it using an in-line regulator. For the Carbonator Keg Lid to work well, the mains water pressure should be 30-40 psi higher than your regulator set pressure (from Step 4).
That's it. This simple unit will give you continuous soda water connected to your mains water.
Please note: if you are using a CO2 regulator that uses a corny-style PRV, you will need to swap out the standard Green PRV with the 0-100 Gray PRV so you can raise the pressure above 60 psi. Always check the pressure rating of your keg(s) before swapping the PRV.
Was given a pin lock keg but was setup for ball lock.
This conversion kit did the trick.
Easy installation and quality is great!
Before I reached out to Dave and visited the website, I feel it is not easy to get the tennis balls. I have two kids and the elder one is on high school team and my younger one is practicing tennis pretty much everyone. I sometimes feel bad because the tennis balls are worn out so quickly. then I heard of the pressure refresher thing but I am not sure if it will work and will be worth the investment. So I called the number and ended up Dave was so nice to educate me on the pressure refresher and also explain to me in detail how to build a pressure refresher using the kegs. He is so nice not to just push me to buy things instead he gave me and pros and cons of buying kegs to build the pressure refresher myself or buy directly the new one he has already made available and reliable. He even face timed with me to show me around all the different kinds he has. I am so impressed and decided to buy a new pressure refresher. Now I have used the pressure refresher for about two months. I have keep it busy by loading the tennis balls to have them pressurized. I am very impressed to find out the tennis balls are pretty bouncy when they are done with being pressurized. I definitely would like to recommend the pressure refresher to my friends or anyone who play tennis regularly. it is definitely a good investment because nowadays it is so hard to get tennis balls. They are often out of stock in Walmrt and some other places I used to visit. but now I don't need worry about getting tennis balls since I have the pressure refresher!!!
Replace PRV pull rings with this high quality product. Any old split ring won't do the job like this one. This is thicker gauge so it won't bend or flex when pulling. There is sufficient gap between the wire ends so that it will comfortably lay down without accidentally releasing pressure.
kegs came cleaned and ready to use. Personally, I'm enjoying the RC Cola sticker on the one.
Guy answered all my questions and everything works great
Fit perfectly and was just what I needed. Price was right too.😁👍
We can go through a lot of tennis balls, particularly since we use a Slinger Bag. We were looking for a method of extending the life of the tennis balls and found the Pressure Refresher. We bought the Pressure Refresher keg and a 10 pound CO2 bottle that we fill at a welding supply store. The system works great. Used balls are restored to near-original condition--I can't tell the difference-- after three days in the keg under 40 lbs of pressure with CO2, and they are maintained by keeping them in the keg under 14-16 lbs of pressure with CO2. Rather than going through hundreds of tennis balls per year, we are able to get used balls from our club that are destined for recycling or the trash, refresh them, and play on. We have told our tennis-playing friends about it and hope to convince our club that they should consider this option.
We had heard about the Pressure Refresher, but this was the 1st time we were using it. Definitely exceeded our expectations for our year old tennis balls. After a week at 32# in CO2 the balls bounced just as much as my brand new ones. Definitely telling all my fellow tennis parents about this product. Tremendous!