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Mini CO2 Regulator

$59.99

SKU# 41843

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Do you want to serve your beverages on tap without all of the hassle of a full-size CO2 tank? This is the answer you have been waiting for! Draft system power and precision in a compact and portable package. Unlike portable keg chargers, these Mini Regulators feature an adjustment knob and PSI dial for maintaining an exact pressure.

Note: These regulators intend for use with CO2 ONLY and are not to be used with Nitrogen cylinders.
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Mini CO2 Regulator

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Product Details
Do you want to serve your beverages on tap without all of the hassle of a CO2 tank? This is the answer you have been waiting for! Draft system power and precision in a compact and portable package. Unlike portable keg chargers, these Mini Regulators feature an adjustment knob and PSI dial for maintaining an exact pressure. It has all of the advantages of it's bigger counterparts like an easy to read pressure gauge and exact dial to let you set the amount or pressure you need, but on a much smaller footprint.

Note: These regulators intend for use with CO2 ONLY and are not to be used with Nitrogen cylinders.

Required but not included: a CO2 cartridge, ball lock or pin lock disconnect.

Max Output 30 PSI. Accepts a ⅝” UNF threaded cartridge. Flared ¼” MFL connection on the output.
Measures: 3” Tall (7.75” with Cartridge) x 2.5” wide x 2” Deep.
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Support Documents: No
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Worked fine- the first time
I bought this and it worked perfectly the first time I used it. However, I have tried to use it two more times now and it has failed. For some reason, the regulator keeps on dumping all the gas out of the release valve on the back. It seems to be measuring the pressure correctly when hooked to a keg, but is unable to actually regulate the CO2 pressure.
December 22, 2016
Did not work
Look and feel of the mini regulator would seem to indicate a solid product, but hooked up the first cartridge and the CO2 initially blew out the back relief. When the relief shut, the pressure was about 25psig and could not be adjusted. The adjustment knob did nothing for controlling pressure.
May 6, 2017
Purchased
5 months ago
Works great
I added this to a growler cap tap in place of the bicycle pump style co2 injector. It works great and I now have pressure control while dispensing from a growler or 6L PET bottle (3L also have the same caps).
June 30, 2016
Mini Regulator blow out
This regulator came with the Cannonball Mini keg, and worked well one time at regulating the pressure on the keg. However when the keg was empty I took it out of the refrigerator to let it come up to room temperature before cleaning and the relief valve blew. Now the regulator leaks and through the relief valve and is worthless.
May 14, 2017
Mini regulator
A must for the home Brewer who kegs. Bring it along to watch the game, or just to share for a tasting.
September 11, 2016
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How is this regulator different than the CO2 one?
A shopper on Mar 22, 2017
Mini CO2 Regulator
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Mini Nitrogen Regulator
Mini Nitrogen Regulator
BEST ANSWER: This regulator is set up to work with higher pressure, for Nitrogen use, and it has a few parts that are metal rather than plastic, like on the CO2 regulator. It can be used for Nitrogen or CO2, the CO2 one cannot also be used for Nitrogen.
Can this regulator can be use to carbonate a keg?
A shopper on Mar 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This regulator, with a CO2 cartridge, can be used in the exact same way as a 5, 10 or 20 lb tank setup. You are only limited by the capacity of the CO2 cartridge. I can't say whether a 74g cartridge has the capacity to carbonate a 5 gal batch as I've never tried it. I use it only for serving post carbonation.
Can the pressure be dialed down to zero when its time to switch the keg without losing the remaining CO2?
A shopper on Jul 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: If you are talking about using this regulator to switch to another keg without losing the CO2 in the cartridge, yes, you can seal it off and switch to another keg to use the rest of the cartridge's CO2. If you mean without losing pressure in the keg, that depends on how quick you pull the regulator off the keg; you will lose some.
With an adapter, could this be used with a 5lb co2 tank?
A shopper on Aug 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, in principle there is no reason it can't be. Most hardware stores should have a combination of pressure fittings to get you there.
Is there an adaptor that allows you to use the 16g cartridges?
J H on Aug 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I haven't adapted it for smaller cartridges, but did adapt it to take a 9oz paintball canister so I could refill at a fraction of the cost of the non-refillable 74gram cartridges.
Does this couple on to the keg for constant pressure?
A shopper on Jan 12, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The regulator can be kept connected and set for one pressure and that ensures the keg retains its pressure setting. Cheers.
Will this work with a 20 oz paintball Canister?
A shopper on Jan 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No it will not. It accepts 5//8-18 threads which are on the 74g CO2 cartridges. There is a version made for paintball canisters.
What brand is the regulator? Leland?
A shopper on Nov 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: There are no markings on the regulator or the box it came in. The CO2 cartridges are Leland.
How many cartridges are required to dispense all of the beer in a 5 gallon keg?
A C on Sep 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for the inquiry. As long as you only use the gas for dispensing already carbonated beer, you should be able to get through 3 kegs of normal serving pressure beer. Cheers!
What's the difference between this mini regulator $59.99 and the mini nitrogen regulator $99.99?
Doug V on Jun 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The main difference is the material. The CO2 regulator is aluminum and the nitrogen regulator is chrome plated brass. The nitrogen regulator can handle the higher pressure of nitrogen. The CO2 will only work with CO2 tanks, while the nitrogen will work with nitrogen or CO2. Cheers.
What is the largest co2 cylinder you can use with this. Can I use a 90 gram cylinder, or just the small ones?
E A on May 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: There's not really a size limit on the cartridge, it just needs to be a ?? UNF threaded cartridge.
Do you have an adaptor to make this regulator fit onto a 1/4" NPT nipple or directly onto a cga320 connection?
Z C on May 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: We do not. The connection is 1/4" MFL and so it screws right onto a threaded ball lock disconnect.

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