Most tap handles today are made from molded resin that is hand painted. They can also use special woods like beetle kill wood. To ensure a smooth surface finish before parts are metalized they are washed and base-coated, which helps for both adhesion and appearance of the vacuum metalized layer. Used for a chrome look on plastic, to shine like chrome, Vacuum Metalizing is the most common process and mainly used in making toys, flashlight reflectors and automotive trim. “electro-plating” which’s commonly used in the metal industries is not the same type, as compared to the so-called “chrome plating” on resin material. The “plating” on resin or plastic material is actually the “Vacuum Metalizing”.
TAG Cheap beer tap handles , The Alison Group capabilities include acrylic, resin, metal, wood and other custom options. The depth should also be no deeper than 3”. taps can really be almost as tall as you want as long as the tap handle does not get too top heavy, as for the height, tap handles can be as short as 3″ to 4″ to an average height of about 12”. But we can also have some taps as high as 16″. When it comes to the weight of your tap handles it should weigh under 16oz or 1lb. https://blackleyruit.files.wordpress.com/2018/02/tag.png?w=150 150w" sizes="(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px" />
In order to create the tap handle of their precise specifications breweries of all sizes have worked with TAG. Using a variety of different types of embedments, the experts here can produce custom acrylic tap handles with beautiful clarity. Every tap is unique and a tap that is too heavy may tend to lean forward or backward and turn the beer faucet on, so the only way to know for sure is to test the prototype.