- Machined brass body with stainless steel diaphragm
- Rubberized gauges are easy-to-read.
- Integrated beer style volume ranges on the dial face.
- 40 Maximum PSI for improved resolution.
- High-pressure gauge monitors tank pressure
Absolute garbage. Gages are wildly inaccurate.
I've had a very similar experience to others with this regulator. It hasn't worked right since day one. It's nearly impossible to keep the pressure consistent. The regulator has a mind of its own and changes the pressure by itself. I would not recommend this product to anyone. Mine was purchased with a kegging/kegerator kit last year.
I got this regulator March 2017 as part of a 3 gallon kegging system. It look like a nice regulator and the dual gauges were a plus. Well this thing has never worked right. The pressure gauge is erratic and an attempt to purge a keg by upping pressure to 30 psi caused the pressure release valve to engage. My last attempt to use this showed plenty of tank side pressure and keg pressure was where I wanted it, but the keg never carbonated. I have 7 kegs and a couple of other regulators so I pretty well know what I am doing. I don't use my small keg system frequently but my last attempt was where everything appeared good but the beer was flat. This regulator has been a real disappointment and one I cannot recommend.
Hello! I'm sorry to hear about the issues you have been having with your CO2PO. A member of our customer service team will be reaching out as soon as possible.
has good look but does not work properly.
you set a pressure and takes too long to adjust, with time it might change the ooutput pressure without any movement.
Thanks for the review! When setting the regulator we often find that it is beneficial to dial in the desired pressure, then pull on the loop on the PRV and see if the needle bounces back to the pressure that you desire. If so then you should be good, if not dial in the pressure again repeat. Repeat this loop until the system is set up so that the needle bounces back to the desired pressure every time you burst the PRV.
The needle creeping down in pressure can come from moving the keg and CO2 tank to a cooler area after setting the pressure in a warmer location. Customer Service will be in contact soon, to make sure that your CO2PO is doing what it is expected to do. Cheers!
I found that this valve sticks and doesn't keep a consistent pressure. There have been several times I have set the pressure and found it to be 5 psi higher when I came back to check on it. After setting the valve be sure to stand there for a few mins to make sure the pressure doesnt continue to rise.One other thing to know is that this valve uses left-handed 1/8"NPT on the high pressure ports, so adapting multiple regulators together is a bit of a challenge. Lefthanddled 1/8NPT dies are hard to find so I ended up having to cut them on an lathe.