Taprite Beer CO2 Regulator with WYE

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Taprite Regulators are a commercial grade beer regulator that is used by professional installers in bars and restaurants all over the world.  They are also available for your home brew draft beer system, so you can experience the same quality and reliability as the professionals.  This is the most consistent, reliable regulators in on the market today.  

  • Includes Kegconnection's DOUBLE LENGTH WARRENTY (Click HERE to view) for Home Users!  
  • Assembled and tested in the USA!
  • Built in accordance with UL Standard 252 and the requirements of MIL-STD-105E
  • Built in O-ring Seal to CO2 cylinder, don't have to keep up with fiber washer!
  • Stays on pressure even as your CO2 cylinder goes down in volume.
  • Available in many configurations to fit your needs, including primary and secondary models.
  • Rebuild kits are available so you can keep this regulator in service indefinitely.  
  • 10 Micron Filter built in to keep contaminants out of regulator
  • This regulator is part of Taprites premium 740 series, not the economy series that you will find on some sites. This is a commercial grade regulator!
  • 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.

WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead,  which is known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm. For more information go to:


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  • 5

    Posted by chris on 6th Dec 2021

    Excellent product exactly as expected.

  • 5
    Taprite is a good regulator

    Posted by Ron on 19th Nov 2016

    The people who work here are good will keep ordering from them.

  • 4
    Very Nice Regulator

    Posted by Hopdoc on 13th Oct 2015

    I just upgraded to this regulator from a cheaper one I've been using. Changing the pressure is very easy and smooth. The one negative I have is that there is not a manual vent valve located on the regulator. This isn't such big deal but I'm kind of use to that. Now I simply vent off the pressure via the keg.