This high-quality dual gauge CO2 regulator provides consistent carbonation for force carbonating or serving homebrew from your kegerator with the ideal heady foam and fizz. Its primary gauge delivers constant CO2 readouts, while a second gauge monitors the remaining CO2 left in your cylinder ensuring you'll never run out unexpectedly. Pressure adjustment requires a flathead screwdriver.
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 an 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 this ¼ MFL fitting for use with our preassembled gas lines.
Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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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.
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.
Another quality item from MWS and I mounted this on a 10 lb Cylinder for a 4 line Keezer.
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!