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Economy CO2 Regulator

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Economy regulator without a high-pressure gauge or a shutoff/check valve. All ports are right hand thread. Includes a reusable nylon cylinder washer.


Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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SKU K149

Customer Reviews

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D.Z.
Can't hold a pressure

The regulator only seems to hold a constant pressure when a lot of gas is flowing through it. Once it reaches the target pressure, the regulator seems to slowly leak into the keg. This causes the keg to pressurize well above the set value (over days). The first time this happened, I thought the beer was over-carbed and back feeding pressure. But it's happened multiple times now on un-carbonated kegs.

Most of the time this is caused by a small piece of debris from manufacturing. Best way to fix this is to start with just the regulator hooked up to the co2 tank, no hoses or kegs. With the co2 tank turned off, open the valve on the regulator and turn the pressure of the regulator up. Now turn the co2 tank on and off a few time quickly to send blasts of co2 through the regulator. The quick burst of high pressure will often clear out any bulking the diaphragm from holding the correct pressure. Give that a try and see if it works. If that does not do the trick then it most likely a faulty regulator and we can get you a replacement.
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J.
All you need.

I got this as a backup and now I use it all the time. What do you need a high pressure gauge for anyway? You can tell how much gas is left by weighing your tank empty, or by feel.

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I.
no quite as shown, no instructions

Item did not appeared as the in the image. The gauge read in both kPa and psi, with no instructions as to which was which. Gauge scales were 0-20 and 0-300. No instructions on how to set the screw to control the pressure, first attempt, uncertain if it arrived at full close or full open. Was able to determine how to set the screw, and seemingly the psi scale is the 0-20.

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