Blisstime Nylon Honey Gate Valve Honey Extractor Honey Tap Beekeeping Bottling Tool 1PC (white)
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- Superior food grade plastic and nylon material
- Suitable for food, especially for honey
- Stainless steel screws --- durable and it's design also assures a good seal with the bucket
- Threaded barrel --- can be fitted into a suitably sized hole
- Material : Nylon
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Size: 12cmx 5.5cm x 4.5cm (LxWxH)
Inner Diameter (approx): 4cm
Color: White, Yellow
Material : Nylon
Superior food grade plastic and nylon material.
Suitable for food, especially for honey.
Stainless steel screws --- durable and it's design also assures a good seal with the bucket.
Threaded barrel --- can be fitted into a suitably sized hole
Top Customer Reviews
The only thing that was a little disappointing was that it didn't come with instructions. Maybe that is why others had leaks. So here are some tips that might make it as successful as it was for me.
First drill a 1 3/4" hole at least 2" up from the bottom of the inside of the bucket. Trying to get it too close to the bottom prevents the side of the bucket form flattening out to form a good seal.
Then when installing the Gate Valve start with the little drip tab pointing up to the top of the bucket. Tighten the nut on the inside as tight as you can with you hand and then let it set for at least 15 mins to allow the bucket to reshape itself to the valve. Re-tighten the nut with your hand and then while holding the nut in place turn the valve 1/2 turn clockwise so that the drip tab is pointing down. This should tighten everything sufficiently enough to form a water tight seal.
-Tighten the metal nut on the non-wingnut side
-Drill 1 3/4" hole at least 2" from the bottom
-apply a thin bead of 100% silicone on both sides of the gate where they contact the bucket
-hand tighten, then use a large wrench (I used a big robogrip) to tighten further so it's pretty snug. Orient the spout upward, then holding the back nut in place turn the spout tighter so it's oriented properly and tightened very snug
-with my 5 gal bucket I drilled the hole, then ran a blow drier inside the bucket for 5min to heat up the plastic so it was more willing to flatten against the gate when tightened.
-Let Silicone dry for a few hrs and fill with water to test for leaks. tighten down further if needed.