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Beer Faucet Line Cleaning Adapter
CE15

Beer Faucet Line Cleaning Adapter

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Description

A must-have tool for any DIY draft-cleaning system, the Faucet Cleaning Adapter makes it a cinch to back-flush your draft lines for cleaning. Simply remove your draft faucet and mount the adapter in its place, leaving you with a 3/8” barb to connect tubing.
 
Made from brass.
 
Item # CE15
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 0.25 LBS
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Great solution
Matt W on Jan 28, 2020
going to build a mutiple tap cleaner
Ron P on Jun 6, 2018
Great solution
Matt W on Jan 28, 2020
For multi tap setup
Robert Jolin on Jan 9, 2020
going to build a mutiple tap cleaner
Ron P on Jun 6, 2018
Needed a new adapter for my kegerator line cleaning kit
Adam J on Jan 26, 2018
For multi tap setup
Robert Jolin on Jan 9, 2020
Needed a new adapter for my kegerator line cleaning kit
Adam J on Jan 26, 2018
Reviews

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Good fitting
I use these and male barbed flare fittings to daisy chain all my beer lines together to clean them at the same time.
December 29, 2019
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Adapter for Perlick
I would recommend this combination of parts to adapt my Perlick spouts.
I like the ease of cleaning my lines from the spout down to the keg connector.
I don’t like that it’s three pieces you have to hold together while hooking it up to the tower. If the gasket pressed into the threaded housing and held all three together it would be a much better design.
January 27, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Washer size inappropriate
The washer on this is too small to actually seal with my shank (#D1245). All the liquid just drips out at the connection. Centering the washer with a piece of wire solves the problem, but I really shouldn't have to engineer such a solution.
April 19, 2016