Dual Gauge CO2 Regulator

  • Dual Gauge CO2 Regulator
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Dual Gauge CO2 Regulator

SKU K003

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$79.99

Product Details

A high quality dual gauge CO2 regulator. The low pressure gauge mounted on top (12 o’clock position) reads from 0-60 PSI and displays the dispensing pressure (pressure in the keg), while the high pressure gauge on the left side (9 o’clock position) reads from 0-2000 PSI and registers the pressure remaining in the CO2 tank. The regulator has a machined brass regulator body with integrated pressure relief valve, durable ABS diaphragm assembly cover, and flathead pressure adjustment screw with locking nut.



Note:

A check valve prevents liquid from backing into the regulator body.

A shutoff valve allows you to instantly turn the gas flow on or off.

We recommend the ¼” MFL fitting for use with our Gas Connector Kit.



We offer this regulator with the following 4 connection configurations:

¼” MFL w/ check valve

¼” MFL w/ combination shut-off / check valve

¼” Barb w/ combination shut-off / check valve

5/16” Barb w/ combination shut-off / check valve

Additional Information

SKU K003

Customer Reviews

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L
L.D.
Great product for carbonating.

Bought this one so I can carbonate kegs without having them in the keezer. So far it has worked great. Always happy with Midwest, great service and products.

R
R.H.

At an $80 pricetag, I was hoping for alot from this regulator. It was to replace a much cheaper regulator I had. It came ready to go, but I had some co2 leaking from the taped dials (easy fix).
I like the adjuster you use a screw driver to adjust in, and it has a lock nut to keep it in place.

S
S.B.
Great regulator

Another quality item from MWS and I mounted this on a 10 lb Cylinder for a 4 line Keezer.

D
D.D.
Dual Guage CO2 Regulator

I purchased this regulator to replace the original I bought from Midwest about four or five years ago. It developed a leak around the regulator valve. No parts were available so I go this new one. Guess what? It had a leak in one of the pressure gauges. I removed the guage and double wrapped the Teflon tape and all is well. I just think the supplier Midwest uses should check their product a bit more before sending them out. My two cents!