Regulator Gauge. 0-2000 PSI Gauge Left Thread

  • 0-2000 PSI Gauge Left Thread regulator gauge

Regulator Gauge. 0-2000 PSI Gauge Left Thread

SKU K042

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$10.99

Product Details

This 0-2000 PSI Left Threaded CO2 Regulator Gauge is the replacement for a broken CO2 high pressure gauge (the one that reads the pressure in the CO2 tank). Be sure to check the cavity and clear any debris first, then wrap the new regulator with Teflon tape before securing in place. Check the thread type (right- or left-hand threads) on your regulator to be sure you order the correct replacement gauge.

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.

Additional Information

SKU K042

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
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J
Jeff M.
Worked as advertised

The gauge works well. Make sure that you have some Teflon tape

G
George D.
Pressure Gauge

Pressure gauges either work or they don’t. This one does.

b
bob w.
not much to say, it worked

Replaced two old gauge for $22, vs an entire new gauge for $50. Screwed on fine. No leaks. Looks better than the one that didn't survive 5 moves in 10 years

D
David M.
Pressure gage

I bought two replacement gauges. The left thread 0-2000PSI gauge doesn't seem to work. Don't know if it is a gauge problem or a problem with the valve assembly. I've been away for a month and haven't had a chance to check it out.

J
Jason
Good gauge

It's a great help in my kegging setup. It's a nice unit that's easy to use and is functional. Now I know if my CO2 is running low.

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
92%
(11)
8%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
J
Jeff M.
Worked as advertised

The gauge works well. Make sure that you have some Teflon tape

G
George D.
Pressure Gauge

Pressure gauges either work or they don’t. This one does.

b
bob w.
not much to say, it worked

Replaced two old gauge for $22, vs an entire new gauge for $50. Screwed on fine. No leaks. Looks better than the one that didn't survive 5 moves in 10 years

D
David M.
Pressure gage

I bought two replacement gauges. The left thread 0-2000PSI gauge doesn't seem to work. Don't know if it is a gauge problem or a problem with the valve assembly. I've been away for a month and haven't had a chance to check it out.

J
Jason
Good gauge

It's a great help in my kegging setup. It's a nice unit that's easy to use and is functional. Now I know if my CO2 is running low.