DetailsDraft system power and precision in a compact and portable package. Unlike portable keg chargers, these Mini Regulators feature an adjustment knob and PSI dial for maintaining an exact pressure.
This mini regulator will let you serve drinks on tap without any of the hassle of lugging around a tank or eating up the extra room in your home. It has all of the advantages of its bigger counterparts: an easy to read pressure gauge and exact dial to let you set the amount or pressure you need, but on a much smaller footprint.
Required but not included: a CO2 cartridge and a ball lock or pin lock disconnect.
Max Output 30 PSI. Accepts a ⅝” UNF threaded cartridge. Flared ¼” MFL connection on the output. Also available for Nitrogen.
Measures: 3” Tall (7.75” with Cartridge) x 2.5” wide x 2” Deep.
- Details & Instructions
1.0 / 5.02 ReviewsNot efficient at allVery disappointed in this product. With the Cannonball keg and 72g CO2 canisters, I am getting about 1-1.5 kegs (1.5 gallon) out of each canister. I can only assume that there is either a significant leak, or that I have vastly overestimated how far 72g of CO2 will go.June 11, 20171 74G per Cannonball keg?Must have been a leak or something but after using to force carb a cannonball keg there was barely enough to finish dispensing.
(5 psi was left when the keg was empty)August 2, 2017
- Customer Q&A
Browse 6 questions Browse 6 questions and 10 answersis there an angle limitation when connected to the ball lock connector? When I have mine tightened to the connector, the CO2 cartridge is almost upside down.Does the orientation of the regulator matter? When screwed on to my ball lock gas Disconnect, the regulator is nearly upside down.Can this take standard 16gram threaded CO2 cartridges?BEST ANSWER: No, this is threaded for larger 74g cartridges.Can you use a 20oz Paintball CO2 tank with this regulator if you have the appropriate adaptor?BEST ANSWER: I spent a lot of time trying to make this work on a paintball tank. I'm pretty resourceful, but real had a hard time finding the fittings necessary to convert it. The 5/8 - 18 unf threading makes it challenging because it seems to be a unique thread for limited purposes.
Thankfully I finally discovered that there's another website out there that has the same regulator already made with the ability to attach to a paintball tank out of the box.Can this be adapted for use with a 5- or 10-pound tank?BEST ANSWER: the mini regulator cannot be used with full size tank. For that you would need a standard regulator.Can you turn the regulator to an off position so that you can disconnect it and use it again at a later date with the same CO2 cartridge?BEST ANSWER: Yes, turning the regulator to 0psi will allow you to take it off of whatever you want. I've even switched it between a ball lock connection and my growltap