Stainless Steel Beer Faucet Shank Combo


The Kegco 4933SSCOMBO Beer Faucet Shank Combo ensures that beer is only touching sanitary stainless steel. The 4933SS faucet is the most durable faucet on the market today. This premium quality faucet is constructed of a 304 stainless steel body with a polished finish and features a lever and shaft assembly made of 303 stainless steel and includes 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 in commercial environments such as bars and restaurants.

The included shank is designed to be used to attach a beer line to a faucet and can be mounted through a 1" hole in a wall, refrigerator door, cabinet, etc. Shank measures 4-1/8" long with 1/4" bore and comes equipped with a stainless tail piece for beer line connection. This shank includes a black flange on the front and a compression ring on the back. The compression ring is used to secure the shank to the mounting surface.


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