Large easy adjusting knobs (no tools required) to adjust the pressure in each regulator. Each side includes shut-off ball valves as well as back flow check valves. Barb connections with 5/16″ barbs.
A two pressure regulator gives you the ability to keep kegs at different pressures. This is a requirement to maintain two distinct carbonation levels. It’s also handy if you want to force carbonate a keg more quickly, at a higher pressure, while maintaining your standard serving pressure on a keg that’s already being served.
12/15/17 11 AM Central: This is on sale for $88.99. That’s just $2.32 shy of the best historical direct from Amazon price I found. Shipping to most US addresses also is free. Price, shipping and availability can change quickly. Check the product page for current price, description and availability.
Mark III Gas Regulator via William’s Brewing. About: “The Mark III Regulator by Keg King provides a reading of keg dispensing pressure, as well as an accurate indication of cylinder gas level. By turning the chrome center knob, you can adjust the dispensing pressure from 0 – 60 PSI. The Mark III features gauges housed in rubber to protect them from dings, as well as a large 2½” diameter diaphram so it can both handle several kegs at once if needed, and the large diaphragm also lets you have precise control over the dispensing pressure (which you adjust with the center knob).”
“Threaded ¼” flare outlet fits our D03 Gas Connector (no need to adapt your ¼” gas tubing to fit the 5/16″ wide hose barb found on other beer regulators). Includes a safety relief valve, but does not have a check valve built into the bottom inlet. This regulator includes two nylon tank sealing washer, and will accept nylon or fiber tank sealing washers.
The high pressure gauge threads are traditional right hand, as are the threads for the lower flare outlet fitting. You can unscrew these and install any standard 1/4″ male NPT check valve (such as our items I91 and Q87).”
As of this posting, this is selling for $46.99. Check site for current availability.
Keg King Mini CO2 Regulator – Made from machined anodised aluminum, this small CO2 charger comes with a regulator to allow you to set a pressure and leave it. Regulator can read 0 – 4.5 BAR (0 – 65 psi). Requires a threaded 16g CO2 cartridge (KEG993).
Product Description – Here – Use coupon code BEERDEAL to get this discount.
MoreBeer bills this as an affordable, easy to transport CO2 regulator that works with both ball lock and pin lock disconnects.
About, from MoreBeer: “Be the hit of the next party, tailgater, softball game, etc when you show up with a keg of your homebrew! Keg King’s compact, affordable Co2 regulator allows you to leave your heavy, bulky Co2 system at home. Use this small, portable, adjustable regulator along with a threaded 16g co2 cartridge (not included) to pour kegged beer anywhere! Depending on your style of keg you will either need a ball-lock or pin-lock quick disconnect.”
Why Use a Mini CO2 Regulator?
Portable Serving: As an on-the-go regulator.
Backup – I’m out of CO2 and I want to pour a beer! Use as a backup if your main CO2 tank runs out. Swap out the CO2 line for this regulator and you’ve got a temporary solution to keep you up and going until you can get more CO2.
Serve Beers at Alternate Carbonation Levels: This regulator goes up to 30 PSI. That’s enough to serve higher carbonation beers like Hefeweizens and Belgians. If you don’t have a dual or triple pressure setup, you could use this regulator to serve beers at higher pressures. You could carbonate using your existing regulator (and full size tank) or naturally carbonate with priming sugar. After the beer is completely carbonated, use this to serve at the higher pressure.
Love2brew has released a new economy inline CO2 regulator
About, from love2brew… “Our Single Gauge In-Line Secondary Regulator is an ideal way to split your gas lines and regulate your beers at different pressures and/or a cheap starter regulator for those of us brewing on a budget. A single, easy to read, gauge adjusts from 0 – 100 PSI giving you all of the options you could want for beer, cider, wine, mead, or soda! Comes with two (2) 5/16″ barbs that will work with our 5/16″ Beverage Tubing (RCK013B). Splitting your gas line would require a Wye (FIT001A) and some Check Valves (GAS003B).”
Notes from HBF: You still need a primary regulator attached to your CO2 tank. The idea is, you set the primary to the highest pressure you will use (without exceeding specifications of any component of your system) and then use these regulators inline (one per line) to fine tune pressure and carbonation [See: Balancing Your Draft System]. As an example, you could set your primary to 25 PSI for faster force carbonation and set each line to a different pressure based on desired carbonation level.
As of this posting, this is selling for $29.99. Shipping to most US addresses is free with a $75 order. Check l2b for up to the minute price and availability.
Yeast: love2brew carries a couple lines of hard to find lines of yeast: East Coast Yeast and The Yeast Bay – If you’re looking to qualify for free shipping or just grab some hard to get yeast, consider adding to your order.
Brew Hardware has marked down several Taprite regulators – including both Primary and Secondary models.
Primary regulators are designed to connect directly to your CO2 tank. Secondary regulators are designed to be fed off of your primary. That allows you to add additional trunks and line pressures without replacing your primary.
Made in the USA: As of this posting, Taprite’s about page says that.. “Taprite products are proudly made in the USA”. Check site for current country of origin claims.
TAPRITE T752HP-02 DUAL PRESSURE TANK MOUNT CO2 REGULATOR MFL OUTPUT – $99.00 $84.99 – This is a 2 pressure regulator – A two pressure regulator gives you the ability to keep kegs at different pressures. This is a requirement to maintain two distinct carbonation levels. It’s also handy if you want to force carbonate a keg more quickly, at a higher pressure, while maintaining your standard serving pressure on a keg that’s already being served.