Nukatap Forward Seal Flow Control Faucet With Stainless Shank

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  • Price: $79.99
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In stock, will ship on Saturday, October 1

Assembled with a stainless shank, stainless 3/16" diameter hose nipple,  and patent pending Nukatap flow control stainless forward-seal faucet head. This forward seal design prevents the faucet from becoming sticky and dry between uses, and is especially good for home brewers who do not draw beer every night.

Includes a 4” threaded Nukatap stainless shank (7/8” diameter) and 2 threaded flanges, enabling mounting in any wall (usually a refrigerator door) with a thickness of up to 2 5/8”. Includes a barbed stainless nipple for our 3/16” and 1/4" beverage tubing. Pictured black plastic handle is included. Install in a 7/8” hole and attach to your beer hose for draft beer with a professional touch.

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Average rating 8 out of 10 ( based on 2 reviews )

Leaked around faucet handle

Review by Josh on 7/15/2022

Nice looking faucet. However I installed it and even used it the same day with no problems. Came out the next morning to find it leaked a gallon of beer overnight. The two red seals under the handle nut would not mesh correctly. Took it apart and cleaned everything and reassembled. Faucet seems a little sticky even after using some food grade grease. Seems to work better the more I use it. Guess I'll have to drink more beer!
William's Brewing Responds: If it is still leaking, please contact us for warranty service at service@williamsbrewing.com or 800-759-6025. Thanks for your business!

Complete!

Review by Summoner12 on 3/28/2020

This is a great item. It has everything you'll need to get beer through a fridge door, collar or wall? Whatever you're passing beer through. I put four of these into a friends keezer build and was very happy with them so I got one for a mini kegerator I was building. Remember, don't try buying the spring for this tap, it won't work with the flow control type.

Sep 03, 2018 by Steve

Q: I can’t find any instructions for disassembling and cleaning anywhere online. Can you help me find them?

A: Here is a link to a parts diagram: http://www.intertap.beer/Downloads/Intertap%208473.pdf There are no online instructions on this, so pay close attention to the parts if you are disassembling to make sure it goes back the same way. Soak and then rinse in a mild cleanser with warm water.


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