• Donotremove valve from CO2 c ylinder.
c ylinder should be handled only by trained, experi-
enced personneland in accordance with the safe handl-
ing practices recommended by the current C.G.A. pam-
• Keep out of reach of children.
• Visually inspect monthly or more frequently. If cylinder
shows evidence of corrosion or mechanical damage, it
should be inspected and tested in accordance with the
current C.G.A. pamphlets C-1" or C-6* or it should be
CHARGE ONLY WITH DRY CARBON DIOXIDE
• Do not charge with carbon dioxide unless the pressure
rating stamped on CO2 cylinder is 1800 PSI or greater.
• When charged with carbon dioxide do not exceed a fill
density of 68%. (Fill density is a percent ratio of the
weight of gas in the cylinder to the weight of water that
the cylinder will hold at 60°F).
• If cylinder has been exposed to temperatures in excess
of 350°F., it must be destroyed.
Improper use of cylinder couldcause seriousbodily injury
or property damage.
• C.G.A. pamphlets are published by the Compressed
Gas Association, 500 5th Ave., New York, N.Y.
2nd hole from right.
Hook this end first.
1 st hole from front.
Your CO2 cylinder
is shipped empty to avoid any possible
keg of beer, get CO_ cylinder
filled by your beer
Follow the procedure
on the inside front cover page of
Beer Facts" book for installation
of CO2 regulator
to CO2 cylinder.
valve on CO2 cylinder
may be different
Do not open
tube, keg tapper and beer keg are connected
tube) to CO2 reg-
ulator at nipple. Secure connection with hose clamp. To do
this, place hose clamp over tube and squeeze
of hose clamp so that locking teeth will mate.
Place CO2 cylinder at right rear corner inside beer dis-
cabinet in upright position. Fasten CO2 cylinder
with CO2 cylinder retainer (spring) provided.
ends of retainer to holes in cold plate. (See Fig. 2.)
To avoid personal injury and/or property dam-
CO2 cylinder with re-
tainer to prevent it from falling.
cylinder valve become accidentally
off, CO2 cylinder
The Sankey type keg tapper supplied with beer dispenser
is the most widely used in the United States. However,
some other type keg tappers, such as Golden-Gate,
pean Sankey or Hoff-Stevens are still being used. Before
installing keg tapper, check with your beer distributor to
make sure that the Sankey type keg tapper can be used.
If you need a keg tapper other than Sankey type, it is rec-
the tapper you need
keeping the Sankey type keg tapper for fu-
ture use because
If you wish to have the Sankey type keg tapper exchanged
type keg tapper,
type keg tapper to the address
the type of keg tapper you need:
E & E Corp.
2001 Sanyo Avenue
San Diego. California 92173
Make sure shutoff valve on CO2 regulator
is in closed posi-
tube to nipple of keg tapper (use
hose clamp). Connect beer tube from draft arm to keg tap-
per (fasten securely with washer and wingnut).
Make sure that beer faucet and keg tapper are in closed
position, then tap a keg. Open keg tapper valve. (For more
detailed procedures for Items B and C, refer to attached
Make sure the keg is properly
then open shutoff
valve on CO2 regulator. To install beer keg into cabinet fol-
low the steps below (see Fig. 3).
Wet the surface of keg supports (wooden plates)
keg supports on the front
Place keg on supports supporting keg by hands.
Push the upper part of keg to stand in upright position
then slide keg supports into cabinet.
Make sure that keg and beer tube do not touch cold
plate and that keg and keg supports are properly
not to interfere with door dosing.
Release air caught in draft arm assembly by opening beer
faucet until foam appears. Now dispenser is ready to us.