Designed to convert virtually any Summit kegerator into a nitro-infused coffee dispenser
•NSF-18 listed tapping equipment meets strict commercial sanitation standards
•Complete stainless steel stout style tapping equipment
•Nitrogen tank included
Turn virtually any beer dispenser into the perfect system for serving delicious nitro-infused coffee on tap. The KitNCF includes a complete commercially approved stainless steel draft tower and all the equipment you need to connect to a ball lock cornelius keg. The stout faucet allows you to infuse each serving with nitrogen for a smooth, creamy pour of your favorite brew. We include a nitrogen tank (ships empty) for you to use with your tap kit. Assembled in the United States, this kit is compatible with all Summit beer dispensers and is listed to NSF-18 standards. NOTE: this kit is best used when serving nitro-infused coffee. If you are planning to serve "flat" iced coffee, see the KitCF.
- Commercially approved : Tap kit meets NSF-18 commercial standards
- Includes all accessories : Kit includes everything you need to serve nitro-infused coffee from a cornelius keg
- Versatile application : Works with virtually any kegerator
- Nitrogen tank : N2 tank included for proper coffee service
- Stout style tap kit : Draft tower is ideal for pouring smooth, creamy nitro-infused coffee
|Height of Cabinet
||12.0" (30 cm)
||3.0" (8 cm)
||3.0" (8 cm)
||25.0 lbs. (11 kg)
|Estimated Time to Ship
||Next day shipping
|Parts & Labor Warranty
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Professional delivery and installation is available for most products we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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