Typically most beer taps use a rear sealing design and the beer in the tap drains from the body of the tap with the help from a vent hole drilled at the front of the tap. This drainage hole is a dark and wet cavity and is an ideal place for airborne bacteria and wild yeast to reproduce leaving a foul film that deteriorates the quality of your beer. Every time the faucet is opened contamination occurs.
Now, when you close your Intertap tap, the forward sealing design shuts off the flow at the front of the tap which in turn keeps wild yeast and bacteria out of the interior of the tap body. Put end to substandard beer and only use Intertap.
Other forward sealing designs exist but nothing with the same level of reliability. It’s easy to find other “Perl” forward sealing design taps however these taps use a floating O-ring design which by all means is equally as sanitary however the floating O-ring requires the O-ring to move within the tap body to seal correctly. This movement is typically a problem as the tap ages and/or is not serviced regularly. Intertap™ uses a sliding shuttle that holds the O-ring perfectly in position allowing a more reliable connection to be made with the seal. This is what makes Intertap™ the most reliable forward sealing design available.
Intertap™ uses a threaded spout that can easily be removed and replaced with a range of other spouts including:
- Stout Spout.
- English Sparkler Spout.
- Growler Filler.
- Ball Lock Post Spout.
The Intertap can be used with or with out a spring for manual or automatic closing, if you would like the tap to be automatic closing you will need to purchase the spring separately.