American "D" System Supreme Picnic Pump with 8" Chrome Pump

Supreme Party Pump

Description

"D" system is the most common system available in the US, also known as American Sankey. It is used by all the major breweries—Anheuser—Busch, Miller, Molson—Coors, and Labatt as well as most craft breweries. Visit our beer system listing for an expanded listing of beers that use the "D" system valve.

Party Pumps Product Highlights

Don't mess around with squeeze faucets on a hose! Short handle is ideal for the smaller diameter 1/6 kegs. Easy to use. Sturdy 12" upright dispensing rod, attached to a traditional chrome faucet with knob. Makes an excellent professional presentation!

Proper Dispensing & Pumping

  1. Tap the keg
  2. Open faucet until all pressure is relieved
  3. Open faucet and begin pumping until desired flow is reached
  4. Stop pumping, only pump with faucet open
  5. Repeat step #3 until keg is emptied

FAQs

Do all brands of beers use the same keg tapping equipment?


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Specifications

8" Tall chrome plated metal hand pump with high gloss plastic knob.
American Sankey "D" system keg coupler that features a stainless steel, a stainless steel handle fork, a tin-nickel alloy plated probe, a short lever handle, a built in pressure relief valve, and check valves for both the gas-in and liquid-out ports.
Sturdy 12" upright dispensing rod assembly (Made from solid brass then nickel plated for a professional look) with 2 sets of clamps for holding the hand pump securely in place.
Premium quality chrome plated solid brass beer faucet. Features a chrome plated forged brass body, a PTFE lever washer for smooth consistent performance and easy operation, a solid brass faucet lever, and a chrome plated bonnet, shaft, and collar.
High gloss black plastic faucet knob.
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Great party starter!
By Jared from Bryan, TX on Monday, February 25, 2008
9 out of 9 found this review helpful
I bought one because I hated loaning out my only tap to my friends for their parties. Now I have my own that I don't loan out. People are always impressed with it. I even bought some tap handles to show what type of beer is in the keg.

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By michael dorset from boulder CO on Monday, October 29, 2007
5 out of 5 found this review helpful
Even tho its more expensive, in my experience its always way better than those pumps without a proper tap.. you can set this up semi-permenantly and use it multiple times as long as you clean it. it creates a bangin' party too! our family reunion got a little sloppy (thankfully) because of the supreme pump.

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Replacement Parts
ItemPart #DescriptionPriceAvail.Qty 
1 4301 Black Tap Handle $2.97 In Stock
2 4933K Standard Faucet - Brass Lever $16.25 In Stock
3 4328 Shank Snap Ring $1.49 In Stock
4 4330 Sleeve $1.49 In Stock
5 4332 Coupling Nut $3.11 In Stock
6 JERR 12" Upright Dispensing Rod $44.55 In Stock
7 JEPC-30 Clamp Set $17.55 In Stock
8 431J Pump Knob $2.16 In Stock
15A HP-900 8" Chrome Plated Party Pump $29.03 In Stock