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Torpedo™ Mini CO2 Regulator
KEG965A

Torpedo™ Mini CO2 Regulator

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Description

A portable mini-regulator with all the features of a full sized regulator! Perfect for parties and gatherings where you don’t want to haul around a large canister and hoses. A lot of great features packed into a very small package.
 
The regulator has a range of .5-1.5 bars (7-21 psi). This means that, unlike KEG950 that shoots in CO2 at fixed pressure, the mini-reg allows you precisely dial in pressure and keep it there. It utilizes a disposable 74 gram CO2 cartridge, which is the largest size that can be shipped full. This is a two stage mini-regulator, meaning that it takes the pressure down from 800psi (cartridge pressure) to a lower pressure and then to your set pressure of around 10psi. Two stage regulators are the only way to have consistent pressure. One 74 gram cartridge will typically dispense one 5 gallon keg.
 
This is the regulator only. Cartridge (KEG962) and quick disconnect (KEG730) sold separately.
 
This product is only eligible for ground shipment in the Contiguous United States.  No air shipment or shipment to Hawaii or Alaska.  
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Item # KEG965A
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - Out Of Stock
Weight 0.75LBS
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What does it mean by 1.8k in the back?
Francisco Rodriguez on May 11, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The bolt on the back that says 1.8k is a burst disk, sometimes called a rupture disk. It’s a safety feature. If the regulator is pressurized over 1800 psi, the burst disk will open and release the pressure so no damage is done to the regulator.
Will this work with a 20 oz paintball tank?
Casey schmiett on Apr 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Not unless you make your own adapter on the inlet side. the threads on a 74 gram CO2 are somewhere around 1/4 inch. The threads on a 20oz paintball are much much larger.
Can I keep the mini regulator connected to my keg in the fridge for any length time? Like maybe two weeks or longer? Thanks.
Kerry Shaver on Jun 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Kerry - If regulators are kept in the fridge, it can affect the readings. Take a look at this thread on the subject - https://www.homebrewtalk.com/forum/threads/co2-regulator-in-fridge.12661/
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Works for what I need it to do...
No complaints with this product. I use it to pressurize a large Growler.
February 16, 2019
Purchased
6 months ago
Functions, brass adapter should be replaced
It functions, but the brass adapter's 1/4" female end is not tapered. It is machined flat with a flat silicone seal. Sure, one can tighten it enough to force the tapered end of your QD to bite into the silicone...hopefully, this flared 1/4" female, 1/4" male adapter I found online for $10 will fit.
November 29, 2016