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Secondary Regulator - 4 Way
D1067D

Secondary Regulator - 4 Way

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How do one keg of beer, one keg of sparkling wine, and one keg of root beer, sound for your next party? Awesome? Yeah, we think so too. But, each of these different beverages requires a different serving pressure, and nobody wants to go buy an extra CO2 tank and regulator for each different beverage. Enter the Secondary Regulator!
 
Standard multi-body CO2 regulators are heavy and can make a CO2 tank prone to tipping over, especially as it gets empty. Combine that with the fact that there aren’t Gauge Cages for multi-body regulators and you’ve got a recipe for disaster.
 
Secondary regulators do not attach directly to CO2 tanks, instead mounting to the side or wall of a fridge, kegerator or jockey box. They allow you run multiple keg pressures from one tank of gas. CO2 line from your existing system attaches to secondary input, and the output pressure to the keg is easily adjustable. 
 
Features wall brackets for easy mounting. Multiple units can be purchased and ganged together, making it a snap to expand your system at any time. 5/16” barbed outlet fittings with individual shutoff valves.
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Item # D1067D
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Weight 12 LBS
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We need to carbonate multiple kegs at different levels
Elliott J on Sep 28, 2019
We need to carbonate multiple kegs at different levels
Elliott J on Sep 28, 2019
What brand is this? The stock photo looks different than the reviewer's photo.
Brian Quay on Mar 15, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Brian - The company that fabricates the regulator is Taprite.
Do the shutoffs have check valves built in?
Timothy Egan on Feb 22, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, each ball valve contains a check valve. Each line can be controlled separately.
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We use these regulator manifolds to direct carbon dioxide to several research instruments from common compressed gas tanks.
Two manifolds in a research lab
Two manifolds in a research lab
January 26, 2018
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1 year ago