Perlick 650SS Stainless Forward Sealing Faucet w/Flow Control

The Perlick 650SS faucet is forward sealing, made of 304 Stainless Steel and includes an adjustable flow compensator.  That flow compensator allows you to adjust the resistance your faucet is exerting.  That means less tubing and potentially less foaming and wasted beer. The compensation feature also makes it easier to serve higher carbonation beers as you can set the faucet to provide resistance to offset the increased pressure needed to store these beers.

Perlick Faucet – Flow Control D1221

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3 thoughts on “Perlick 650SS Stainless Forward Sealing Faucet w/Flow Control

  1. Anonymous

    Anyone have info on whether this would work for serving soda water at high pressure (60+) as well? Right now i have baffles in my dip tubes and longer line on that keg, but it still comes out like a jet.

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    1. Chris Brewer

      I’m guessing this is within the specs of the faucet, but from experience… you would have to turn up the flow control so much that you’d end up getting nothing more than a trickle. To make it more feasible, you’d probably want to add an appropriate length of 3/16 ID tubing along with this. The two together would probably be a good solution.

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    2. Anonymous

      Yeah, even a plastic picnic tap works as far as holding pressure in (I think i’ve gone up to about 100 with one).

      A slow trickle would make sense if it was turned all the way down though. Maybe i’ll do some research on how they get around this in soda fountains.

      I don’t mind the jet so much, but it does surprise guests on occasion! Probably losing further carbonation also, and I like my soda water nice and fizzy (with a keg setup and various syrups, one can have a multitude of soda and tonic water on tap anytime).

      This faucet might work well for a higher carb’d shandy though. Don’t look at me like that, my ladies love them!

      -OP

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