Intertap is made by Drilled Dot Dash, Inc.
- 1 How do you clean an Intertap faucet?
- 2 What is a forward sealing faucet?
- 3 Do Flow Control beer faucets work?
- 4 Do I need a flow control tap?
- 5 Why are perlick faucets better?
- 6 How do you take apart a beer tap?
- 7 Which way does the spring go in a beer tap?
- 8 How do I remove a shank from a faucet?
- 9 How do you remove a tap head with no screws?
- 10 Why is my faucet handle so hard to turn?
- 11 Why does a faucet suddenly become stiff?
- 12 How much does it cost to install a beer tap at home?
- 13 What do you need for a home beer tap?
- 14 How do you keep beer lines cold?
How do you clean an Intertap faucet?
You can clean an Intertap faucet by taking it apart and cleaning each piece individually. Start by removing the tap handle, then the spout, and then the bonnet nut. Once each piece is removed, you can clean it with soap and water. Be sure to dry each piece thoroughly before reassembling the faucet.
What is a forward sealing faucet?
A forward sealing faucet is a type of faucet that has a seal that is located at the front of the faucet, instead of the back. This helps to prevent leaks and makes the faucet easier to install.
Do Flow Control beer faucets work?
Yes, Flow Control beer faucets work very well. They are designed to provide a consistent flow of beer, even when there is a significant difference in the amount of beer in the keg and the amount of beer in the tap.
Do I need a flow control tap?
Contact your local water authority for specific recommendations. Flow control taps may be recommended or required in some areas.
Why are perlick faucets better?
One reason is that Perlick faucets tend to be very easy to clean, since they have fewer parts than most other types of faucets and the parts that they do have are often easy to disassemble and clean. Additionally, Perlick faucets are often very durably made, meaning that they are less likely to break or leak than other types of faucets. Finally, Perlick faucets often have a very stylish and modern look, which can add a touch of class to any home bar or kitchen.
How do you take apart a beer tap?
However, in general, most beer taps can be disassembled by unscrewing the various parts that hold it together. Sometimes it may be necessary to use a wrench or other tool to loosen stubborn screws. Once all the screws have been removed, the tap should pull apart easily.
Which way does the spring go in a beer tap?
The spring in a beer tap goes in towards the front of the tap.
How do I remove a shank from a faucet?
There is no need to remove the shank from the faucet.
How do you remove a tap head with no screws?
To remove a tap head without screws, you will need to use a claw hammer and a chisel. Place the chisel at the base of the tap head and hit the chisel with the hammer to loosen the tap head.
Why is my faucet handle so hard to turn?
If your faucet handle is hard to turn, it may be because the handle is aligning with the water flow. This happens when the handle is turned too far to the left or right. Try aligning the handle with the water flow by turning it to the middle position.
Why does a faucet suddenly become stiff?
A faucet may suddenly become stiff for a number of reasons. The most common reason is that the washer inside the faucet is worn out and needs to be replaced. Over time, the washer can become hard and brittle, making it difficult to turn the faucet on and off.
How much does it cost to install a beer tap at home?
Home beer taps can range in price from about $120 to $200.
What do you need for a home beer tap?
A keg, a CO2 tank, a regulator, tubing, and a faucet.
How do you keep beer lines cold?
One way is to insulate the beer lines. Another way is to use a glycol system to keep the beer lines cold.