DetailsThe Economy Regulator is an inexpensive alternative to the dual gauge regulator. This regulator does not have a high-pressure gauge, meaning you will not be able to read the level of gas remaining in the cylinder. 5/16" Barb on shutoff valve.
Note: This regulator should not be used to make a double CO2 regulator as the threads are different than the double regulator adapter.
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4.0 / 5.012 Reviewsgets you startedIf you are just staring out and have only one keg then this will work ok._x000D_If you want to expand you will probably buy a better regulator, and maybe a dual one.October 11, 2013Fair piece of equipmentGreat price for a fair piece of equipment. I started with this and it works. It's never leaked. If I were starting over I'd buy a Dual gauge though.February 9, 2014Good value for my purposeThe regulator I received is a different one than is pictured on the website. The one they sent me was a Taprite, with a plastic knob for setting the pressure . It locks into position, so that's OK, but I'm old fashioned, I guess, and would have preffered the screw in type for security. It works well, and the pressure is easy to set. After you set the pressure, just push in the knob and it locks. I use it with my "between the kegs" filter system. I didn't want the hassle of playing with my kegorator regulator. The lack of a high pressure gage is not an issue in this case. I happen to have 2 CO2 cylinders and I used this on my spare, so I know that I've dispensed 1 kegs worth of pressure, should still have 4 or 5 kegs worth of CO2 in the tank. The high pressure guage would be somewhat extraneous in my opinion, since it only goes into the red when you're just about out of pressure. You would find that out shortly anyway. All things considered this is a good value for the price and suits my purpose well.March 15, 2013good unit for the moneyMy last one broke right away so I bought this unit. It has served me well for a couple years now. No issues.May 22, 2013Works fineThis is the regulator I started with and it's never given me problems. Its perfectly fine. _x000D_As I've expanded my system and added kegs I upgraded my regulator and no longer use this one. Instead I have the dual gauge._x000D_December 15, 2013Low in costPurchased this to use only on my 5lb. CO2 tank when I charge and seal my 5 gallon kegs for storage. It was too much work to change connections from my 6 tap kegerator and larger tank. _x000D__x000D_Not concerned with the tank pressure itself because it will be easy to tell when my 5 gallon tank is empty. _x000D__x000D_Performs as designed, low cost and good quality. Perfect for what I'm looking for.October 22, 2012Check and Double CheckI bought this regulator and checked it before use-worked just fine. But, once I hooked it up to the kegging system it seemed to have a small leak caused by the pressure and hook up of CO2. So, just make sure to check/double check the regulators.March 17, 2013Works - but if I could do it over I'd pay more and get a better oneDon't get me wrong, it works without problem. But if I could rebuy it, I'd pay a little more and get a better quality regulator. Buy the Dual gauge instead.August 1, 2013I suggest buying a better regulatorThis was the first regulator I bought and it works as advertised. But I realized I wanted a better one and had to but that, so I ended up wasting my money buying the bare bones one._x000D_Motto - don't be cheap, buy the good item the first timeSeptember 8, 2013I regret buying itI should have instead bought a Cornelius Dual Gauge Regulator. This regular works, but it's not as good as the higher end Cornelius Dual Gauge Regulator which I ended up buying to replace it. So I ended up buying a regular twice, and wasting the money I spent on this one.February 1, 2013
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