This Dual Body Regulator is perfect for those who want to keep different pressure on different beer styles. It is also used for those who wish to have beer and soda off the same CO2 tank. You can serve multiple kegs with this system by adding an air distributor to one or both outlets.
This is the most consistently accurate/ well built regulator on the market! It stays on pressure even when your CO2 tank level goes down. UL listed. Approved for use by all major breweries and Soda companies. This is Taprite's newest model. It has a new adjustment system that allows pressure to be easily adjusted by hand (no tools required!). Shutoff Valve is ball type check valve that prevents product back-up into regulator. Solid brass body with extra long nipple. Regulator has "Shut down" safety system (blow off at 55 to 60 PSI.) Permanent Quad-Ring Seal on inlet nipple helps eliminate a source of leaks... no need to use a new fiber washer each time tank is changed. Heavy duty UL rated dual gauges. All of our PREMIUM kits are built with this regulator. Customize this regulator by adding the appropriate sized barb you need! Built in the USA!
Comes with 1/4" MFL ends on check valves. Pick 5/16" or 1/4" barbed swivel nuts depending on the size of the hose you will be using.
Posted by Jason on 8th Oct 2014
This is my first regulator and from first appearances, the quality is high. The weight of the product leads me to believe this is a solidly built item. I haven't had a chance to use it yet but it is going into my first kegerator. So far, the unit seems to be in great working order. I can't wait to use it.
Posted by Seth on 12th May 2014
The product shipped quickly, and arrived in a small, sturdy box inside of a much larger box (needed for other items in my order). The inner box containing the regulator did not appear to be damaged, but the larger, outer box definitely showed signs of a rough transit. When I removed the regulator, one of the needles was dislodged and laying loose in its enclosure. I unscrewed the cover and placed it back on the pin and it seemed to be OK, but the readings were not increasing as I would expect on both dials as I continued to dial up the pressure. A little playing with it revealed that the cardboard behind the needles that provides the gauge markings was bent forward, preventing the needles from rotating properly. I forced it down a little on both dials and everything now seems to be working correctly.