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Chrome Beer Faucet with Stainless Steel Lever

Model:CFSL
Regular Price: $21.40
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This premium quality faucet features a forged brass body with a highly polished chrome finish. This faucet has a brass shaft assembly and stainless steel lever with a non-stick ball washer that ensures smooth operation. The stainless steel lever has standard threading that is compatible with most branded tap handles. The stainless steel lever is more durable than the brass lever and is preferred at heavy use environments such as bars.

Warning WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
  1. Upper Nut (YH-FUN)
  2. Lower Nut (YH-FLN)
  3. Lever Gasket (YH-FLG)
  4. Ball Washer (YH-FBW)
  5. Stainless Steel Lever (YH-FLSS)
  6. Faucet Body
  7. R-Seal (YH-FRS)
  8. Stainless Steel Piston (YH-FPSS)
  9. Piston Gasket (YH-FPG)
  10. Stainless Steel Locking Nut (YH-FLNSS)

Beer Faucet Components

UPC: 797734448665
Construction
BodyChrome-Plated Brass
LeverStainless Steel
ShaftChrome-Plated Brass
Bonnet & CollarChrome-Plated Brass
Threading
Body1-1/8"-18 Thread (US Beer Industry Standard)
Lever3/8"-16 UNC (Unified Coarse Thread)

Chrome Beer Faucet with Stainless Steel Lever Reviews

Average Customer Rating:
(4.5)
(based on 2 reviews) 
Does not have a 304 stainless body
by:Bob (07-27-2014)
Chicago
Comments:Hey, this is an awesome faucet. However, it is clearly made by micromatic. This faucet is made with a 303 stainless body not a 304 stainless body as listed here. I haven't found any documentation showing this to be 304 stainless anything.
Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.
 
Works great
by:The ambassador of tailgating (10-22-2011)
atlanta ga
Comments:I installed this faucet on my tailgate trailer and it works great. Very good flow easy to install and remove and clean.
Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.
 
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