Taprite CO2 & N2 Secondary Regulator, Single Gauge
The Taprite secondary CO2 & N2 regulator allows you to expand your existing secondary regulator by adding 1 (or more) new kegs. This allows for more flexibility by allowing you to control pressure on each of your kegs separately. More serving options = more fun!
Top-shelf dual-gauge regulation from the biggest name in beverage delivery. Robust design delivers performance and reliability. Built to last, durable, and loaded with professional features, and made in the U.S.A.
Carbon Dioxide regulators are gas cylinder regulators that control the amount of Co2 dispensed for various applications. Some CO2 regulators have flow restrictors that ensure delivery of the gas at a constant rate. These are often used inside draft beer kegerators to dispense just the right amount of the gas to get the perfect foam beer.
Importance of CO2 Regulators
Maintaining accurate pressure in the tank is very important as it decides the quality of beer dispensed. To get that perfectly carbonated beer, the CO2 regulator must be set at an optimum pressure level. When the pressure is too high, it results in an extremely foamy beer while on a lower pressure the excess foam looks loose and beer soon becomes flat. So, setting an optimum pressure in your CO2 regulator is important.
In order to adjust the level of gas pressure, you just need to close the shut-off valve placed on the bottom of the regulator that is connected to the hose which goes into the keg. After this, the screw can be turned clockwise or anticlockwise to increase or decrease the pressure respectively. Then, you would require expelling the pressure in the hose and opening the valve at the regulator.
- Solid brass body
- Large, easy-adjust locking polycarbonate bonnet – super durable and user-friendly
- High volumetric flow for continuity in product dispensing
- Approved for use by all major beer distributors and breweries
- 60 PSI Working Pressure Gauge
- 0-50 PSI Service Pressure
- 5/16″ Barbed inlet
- 5/16″ Barbed Outlet Shutoff with Check Valve
- Low Pressure
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