Intertap Faucet - Chrome Plated

Item Number: 213-D1211

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Intertap Faucet - Chrome Plated

Pour like a pros with the Intertap Forward Sealing Faucet with modular spout design. The forward sealing mechanism of the faucet keeps beer inside, rather than draining completely out like a traditional rear-sealing faucet. This ensures the interior of your faucet stays cleaner and avoids sticky residue which can clog your faucet handles operation. The Intertap Faucet uses a sliding shuttle to properly place the o-ring into perfect position everytime.

But that's not it! The Intertap Faucet also features a modular spout. Simply unscrew the threaded spout and get a variety of uses out of one tap. Easily attach a stout spout or growler filler to get the best pour for what you need everytime!

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Jeff Lehmkuhler
Great faucet

Was tired of other tap getting gummed up with beer if not used daily. This faucet works great and a good value.

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Benson Murray
Wonderful Faucet

I had to exchange my faucets for a self closing version. This faucet is affordable, high quality, and the interchangeable spouts increase the versatility. I have four of these on my kegerator.

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Taylor Talkington
A less expensive forward closing faucet

I bought a few of these for my keezer, having used some older rear sealing faucets for some time, and I'm very happy with these faucets. They appear to be well made, the motion (moving the handle from closed to open) is solid and doesn't feel loose like some of my old faucets and these don't get 'stuck' closed either. My only complaint is that they work so smoothly that it's a bit easy to accidently open one by bumping the tap handle. I may consider buying the springs next.

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