This is a package of 50 o-rings for keg valves. Color may vary.
An essential item for keg maintenance. Use these o-rings along with the correct spiral retaining ring to get out-of-service kegs back to work fast! You should have removal tools and extra valves on hand, as well. Links to these items can be found below.
You’ll want to make sure you choose the correct o-ring for your keg valve. To do so, first determine if you have drop-in, threaded, or camber valves. We can help:
- Drop-in valves are installed by dropping the valve into the keyed notches located near the upper edge of the keg neck. Once in place, a stainless, spiral, retaining ring is installed into the upper groove of the keg neck. This holds the valve in position and prevents tampering. Use this o-ring if you have drop-in valves.
- Camber valves are installed by twisting the valve into the keg neck, then a stainless retaining ring is installed into the upper groove of the keg neck to hold the valve in position. Use this-ring if you have camber valves.
- Threaded valves screw into the neck. At the base of the valve is a flat gasket. These valves do not use o-rings. Instead, purchase gaskets for threaded keg valves, part number P0959 on this site.