CMB Inline Flow Control

MSRP: $59.95
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In Line Flow Control Compensator

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This product allows you to restrict beer or other beverages in line, so you don't have to have a separate flow control faucet. This will allow you to control flow and foam in an existing system!
• Uses an Allen wrench (provided) to adjust flow (keeps unauthorized people from changing flow), also available with lever.
• Eliminate foam from beer or slow down/ speed up other beverages.
• Fix systems with issues without having to replace lines or faucets.
• Take the guess work out of line restriction. You can use shorter lines and still have perfect restriction
• Easy to disassemble for cleaning, clear for easy monitoring.
Made in Germany from food grade plastic and stainless steel parts!
• Tailpiece selection includes both inlet and outlet tailpieces


What size Tailpiece should you choose? This depends on what type of line you are using. Below is a helpful chart:


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  • 5
    Excellent option!

    Posted by Jim Lewis on 11th Dec 2023

    I have struggled for years getting a proper pour every time and these have really solved the problem. Not only can I get rid of the longer 3/8 line, but slowing the pour from either over carbonation, or just increasing as the keg gets low has worked perfectly for me. If I didn't already have stainless taps, I would have just purchased 4 of the flow control faucets that operate in the same way. If you are on a budget, this is a great alternative and recomend 1/4 or 5/16th line and not 3/8.
    One last item to mention is the event faucet that also has the same flow control. Awesome product!!

  • 5

    Posted by bob on 17th Apr 2017

    awesome product. Simple to install and start using. dialed in my keg flow in less than a pint glass. No foaming.

  • 4
    Prevents Foam Easy to Install

    Posted by Ryan on 2nd Jul 2016

    I had a lot of foaming in my 4 keg system. Temperature, pressure, and line length were all correct, but I still got excessive foaming. This worked like a charm on all 4 and all of them are different beer types from a Hef to a stout.