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Multi-Pressure CO2 Options
Maintaining multiple CO2 pressures in your kegerator gives you the ability to… keep kegs at different pressures. This is a requirement to maintain different 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 or if you want to have a utility line for purging kegs and such. continues below…
Update: New Digital Gauge Available!
Kegland’s DuoTight system along with their EVABarrier Tubing are amazing. Check out my extensive hands on review for a deep dive into the system.
Kegland has released a digital regulator option that works with their great inline regulator and gauge-equipped BlowTie Spunding Valves.
It appears as though though Kegland will offer both complete digital inline regulators and spunding valves and a regulator only option that will retrofit analog units.
Digital Mini Pressure Gauge (0-90 psi) D1165
The general options for pulling this off are…
- A multi-pressure primary CO2 regulator – example. This has two (or potentially more) high pressure bodies that allow you set different pressures.
- Secondary CO2 regulators – example. These have no ability to connect to a CO2 tank directly. They must be connected to a compatible primary.
Both good options, but generally expensive.
Kegland to the rescue. Kegland has introduced economical inline secondary regulators. As of this review there are three options.
- Kegland DuoTight Compatible Inline Secondary CO2 Regulator with Gauge << The Model Featured in This Review
- Duotight In-Line Regulator D1046 – DuoTight Compatible, No Gauge
- Inline Secondary CO2 Regulator – This is the original version, what I’d call v1. It has no gauge and is not DuoTight compatible
But first, more about DuoTight!
Kegland’s DuoTight Fittings are designed to work with EVABarrier Double Wall Tubing. They offer quick, reliable connections, easy implementation, a variety of fitting options and feature amazing versatility. They’re also, generally speaking, very well priced. DuoTights are push to connect fittings and require no tubing clamps.
Check out my extensive Hands on Review
Hands on Review Kegland Inline Regulator w/Gauge
A look at the regulator. It has a pressure gauge, adjustment knob, inlet and outlet DuoTight ports and mounting holes.A closer look at the pressure gauge. This one goes to 60 PSI. Other gauge options may be available. This is a huge improvement vs v1. v1 feature no gauge. There is an updated DuoTight compatible inline (v2) version that has no gauge. That keeps costs down but still adds DuoTight compatibility. If you choose a model without a gauge, this is another great application of a Spunding Valve.