Perlick 630SS Forward Sealing Beer and Wine Faucet
Perlick 630SS Stainless Steel, Forward Sealing Beer and Wine Faucet is unique in both appearance and function. Perlick revolutionary ball and floating O-ring design prevents beer from being exposed to air. As a result, the handle lever doesn stick, and there is no build-up of mold and bacteria in the faucet body. The micro-finished interior produces a smooth flow with less foaming ensuring a perfect pour every time. Fewer internal parts means better reliability. Easy to clean - may be cleaned in place - saves time and money.
The ultimate upgrade for your existing kegerator or a top of the line choice for your kegerator or keezer build.
If mounting without an existing connection, it requires a Beer Shank with faucet coupling nut, Tailpiece, Tailpiece Hex Nut, Neoprene Washer, and Tap Handle, sold separately here. Be sure to choose a shank long enough for your application. Shanks and Tailpieces are also available in stainless steel.
- Bearing Cup/follower: maintains uniform pressure on pivot ball to provide smooth operation of handle
- 304 sanitary stainless steel for all parts that contact product. Protects flavor of beer or wine.
- Floating forward sealing O-ring: front and rear sealing flats are contoured to provide more surface to surface contact for a more positive seal
- Spout angle is more vertical: provides for better draining. Drop off begins just beyond O-ring; no flat area for beer to collect.
Looks great, seals great. Don't buy a look-alike, They just don't work like a real Perlick!
So far I am very happy with these faucets. Very smooth operation and no sticking.
Super fast shipping, less than 24hrs from MN to IA!!!
Installed the Perlick faucet and beer flow improved right away. No more foaming. Nice and smooth.
These are the best taps I have ever used at home. Great quality and excellent pours every time!
I like these faucets a lot but when I ordered several for my keezer I've received parts that I'm sure have been used/returned/mishandled prior to shipping.
Teeth where the shank and faucet meet are chipped, and another round piece has scratches of abuse all over.