Taprite Dual Gauge CO2 Regulator | High Performance Primary Regulator | 0-50 PSI Working Pressure | CGA320 Inlet | One Way Shutoff Valve | 5/16" Barb Outlet

Taprite Dual Gauge CO2 Regulator | High Performance Primary Regulator | 0-50 PSI Working Pressure | CGA320 Inlet | One Way Shutoff Valve | 5/16" Barb Outlet

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High performance primary regulator designed to handle the workload of dispensing from multiple taps without freezing up!

  • Dual high-pressure and low-pressure gauges to easily reference CO2 cylinder pressure and output pressure
  • Pressure settings are easily adjusted by hand using the large plastic adjustment knob
  • CGA320 inlet features a built-in gasket where the unit attaches to the CO2 tank—eliminating the need of replacing fiber washers with each tank swap
  • Made in the USA. Taprite is one of leading manufacturers of gas regulators and draft dispensing equipment
  • One-way shutoff valve outlet protects your regulator from backflow and can be turned on/off to stop gas flow without needing to close your tank

When it comes to CO2 regulators, we’ve tried them all. This quality unit by Taprite is our favorite on the market. It’s no wonder this regulator is trusted by so many breweries and beer bars—it represents the best quality at a great price. Available in a standard, single-body model, as well as a dual-body model which allows you to send different pressures to two separate kegs from the same CO2 tank!

The things you’ll love about this regulator are: 

  • The large front knob makes pressure adjustment tool-free, easy & fast. 
  • The built-in gasket where the regulator connects to the CO2 tank eliminates the constant replacement of fiber washers every time you change out your tank. 
  • The barbed outlet features a one-way on/off valve which prevents backflow and protects the regulator’s internals. 
  • The gauges are easy to read. The low pressure gauge reads from 0 to 60 psi. The optional available gauge cage is the best on the market.
  • This is the T742HP model, where the HP stands for high performance; it won't freeze up when multiple taps are running at once.
  • Best of all is the consistent pressure regulation. With many regulators the pressure can 'creep' up over time. This unit holds the pressure rock steady. No drifting. 
Built by Taprite, an American company. 
Item # D1060
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 4 LBS
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Why did you choose this?
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It was the deal of the day
Tom V on Mar 6, 2023
need regulator
Nicholas B on Feb 23, 2023
It was the deal of the day
Tom V on Mar 6, 2023
Replacing old regulator
Lee B on Feb 27, 2023
need regulator
Nicholas B on Feb 23, 2023
Quality. I have one already that works well.
Thomas L on Jan 12, 2023
Recommend by you
John J. B on Nov 14, 2022
Based on reviews.
sebastian Gabriel h on Oct 27, 2022
make my life easier.
Imbens House M on Jul 21, 2022
Looks like good quality
Michael Y on Jul 9, 2022
cause you guys said its the best
David S on Jul 8, 2022
I wanted a regulator that held consistant pressure.
Jade S on Jul 7, 2022
David P on Jun 13, 2022
Good reviews
Martin B on May 12, 2022
Steve R on May 3, 2022
best, most reliable, easy to adjust, easy to read, made in America CO2 gauge out there!
Clare W on Apr 30, 2022
To have a second regulator for beer
Ty K on Apr 30, 2022
Past positive experience
Kevin Conroy on Apr 27, 2022
I heard it was the best.
Carlos F on Mar 31, 2022
Reviews and well made
Christopher M on Mar 19, 2022
I have 2 others. I like them and wanted 3 of the same.
David A Jones on Feb 15, 2022
More Gas
Christopher A on Jan 31, 2022
Strong recommendations, and I have long owned a comparable device.
Larry J on Jan 22, 2022
top tier brand
Justin A W on Jan 6, 2022
I like the knob adjustment.
John L on Dec 31, 2021
Need it for my co2 tank and kegs.
Patrick M on Dec 27, 2021
These gauges have been the best of lower-cost models for staying howl-free over time
William P on Dec 9, 2021
Packaging equipment upgrades.
Valued C on Dec 3, 2021
good reviews
Ralph C on Dec 2, 2021
Kevin on Nov 20, 2021
Need this for my kegerator build
Richard D on Nov 11, 2021
For my keg
Marcia K on Nov 3, 2021
Son requested
Patricia J B on Nov 2, 2021
Reviews are excellent and the price reasonable.
John C on Oct 15, 2021
Seemed to be in higher favor online than Kegco competitors
Alex N on Oct 11, 2021
Other regulator dropped and broken.
Joe V on Oct 11, 2021
Dave C on Oct 8, 2021
I wanted to have a loss one that is not connected to my faucets.
Ernesto T on Aug 27, 2021
Well reviewed regulator
David K on Aug 26, 2021
For counter pressure transfers
Dallas E on Aug 4, 2021
Jeffrey Michael N on Jul 23, 2021
Wanted to have the ability to carbonate one keg while serving from another. I already have one of these
Thomas C on Jul 3, 2021
I wanted a good quality regulator for my restaurant draft system
Peter M on Jun 30, 2021
I liked the no washer feature!
Mark A B on Jun 23, 2021
It was available, and had good reviews.
Matt on Jun 18, 2021
Need to replace an old regulator that's no longer accurate
Adam Goldberg on Jun 16, 2021
Upgrading to a dual gauge regulator
Matthew Evans on Jun 15, 2021
to replace my current regulator, which I suspect is leaking CO2.
Michael R on May 17, 2021
I am starting to keg my beer and need a Co2 regulator
Robert Sean M on May 13, 2021
Brand quality
Luis B on May 11, 2021
To attach to a CO2 cylinder.
Dylan M on May 5, 2021
Quality pressure control
Kenny Parker on Apr 22, 2021
Replacing old regulator
Lee B on Feb 27, 2023
Quality. I have one already that works well.
Thomas L on Jan 12, 2023
Can I remove the barb and install the DUO103 1/4" BSP to convert to EvaBarrier 8mm?
Nathan Koeppel on Oct 20, 2021
BEST ANSWER: The barb and the valve appear to be two pieces on my regulator so it seems possible. If you contact Taprite directly they could give you a definitive answer as to whether the other barb would thread on properly.
I want to hook this up to my Blichmann QuickCarb 1/4" flare fitting. What exact fitting to do I need to get this connected properly?
JamesC814366206 on Nov 29, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Morebeer part number D1121 would replace the barbed fitting that comes on the regulator in question.
I'd like to use Duotight fittings and "EVABarrier Double Wall Draft Tubing - 6 mm ID x 9.5 mm OD" for my gas line. What is the best way to adapt the fitting on this regulator to Duotight?
Richard Rollins on Oct 11, 2021
BEST ANSWER: The 6mm tubing is approximately 1/4" which will be tough to fit over the barb fitting on this regulator. You might be able to stretch it if you heat up the tubing in hot water before pushing it on the barb. Hopefully that helps.
What size gas line can I attach to it?
Simone Stowe on Feb 8, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The barb is 5/16" OD so we recommend a 5/16" hose. You can use a smaller tube if you heat it up, or a larger tube if you clamp it down. It is also possible to remove the barb and install your own fitting. The regular has 1/4" FPT threading which is pretty standard and available.
What size barb does it have? Not looking for guesses but an actual size.
Adam Keele on Jul 28, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The barb is 5/16''.
How do I get the front knob unstuck? I think I over-tightened the red knob to the off position. Now it seems to slip so I cannot release gas.
Michael Hoffman on May 20, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I have this regulator. The regulator has a pull/push feature. Pull out on knob to adjust pressure. Push knob in to lock it in position. When in the OUT position, there should be ~1/4" gap between knob and regulator body. When pushed in, knob will almost, if not, contact regulator body. Other than that, I have not had any issue with regulator performance. I hope this information is useful for you.- Dave
has anyone had an issue with this leaking? trying to use it for the first time and its leaking pretty significantly
Matt Mcdonald on May 11, 2023
BEST ANSWER: Make sure you've got a gasket inside where it screws onto the CO2 tank. That's the most-common issue for gas leaks with regulators. Otherwise you may want to send it back?
I have this regulator but really wish it had a manual pressure relief valve. Is there any way to add something inline
that would do the trick?
Kirk Peterson on Jun 26, 2022
BEST ANSWER: one way to add an inline PRV:
1. Cut the 5/16” outlet tube an inch or two from the regulator.
2. insert a 1/4” fpt Tee with two 1/4” mpt hose barbs (for 5/16” tube)
3. fasten PressureReliefValve into one leg of the Tee
Adjustable Stainless Gas Pressure Relief - 1/4 in. MPT
Adjustable Stainless Gas Pressure Relief - 1/4 in. MPT
Brass Tee - 1/4 in. FPT
Brass Tee - 1/4 in. FPT
How do I convert my Taprite duel gauge to a triple in order to have full control of two kegs?
Andy Smith on Nov 13, 2020
BEST ANSWER: The best way is to get a secondary regulator (D1067A). This is designed to attach to a tube from the first regulator's splitter or manifold. Unfortunately, that secondary regulator is not deigned to be directly threaded into the first regulator.
Is the shutoff valve 1/4" FPT? It says that it is a 5/16" barb, but I want to be able to change it to 1/4" flare to adapt to DuoTight.
Stephen D Y on Jul 18, 2024
BEST ANSWER: The shutoff valve is 1/4” MPT x 5/16” barb. You could remove it and replace it with a 1/4” MPT x 1/4” MPT valve, and then add a 1/4” FPT x flare adapter.
can this fit 1/4" barb? and does it come with 1/4" barb?
Yuri on Aug 14, 2019
BEST ANSWER: It comes with a 5/16" barb, which is the standard CO2 size tubing.
Hello, I have this regulator, and the built-in gasket where the regulator connects to the CO2 tank has gotten damaged and fell out, is it possible to replace this gasket? Where might I find one?
Matthew Gubitosa on Jul 5, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Matthew - If the dimensions for the gasket can be provided, we can certainly help out. Please contact us at info@moreflavor.com or give us a call. Thank you.
Do you sell replacement o rings? It looks like there was one in my regulator where it attaches to the CO2 tank but has fallen out. It's only brass metal in there now.
Ben Piazza on Apr 3, 2019
BEST ANSWER: This regulator doesn't require the use of the classic orings. instead there are gaskets built into the connection to the CO2 supply.

4.7 / 5.0
102 Reviews
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Rated 5 out of 5
Nice new regulator!
My old regulator was leaky, had a broken glass and was hard to adjust. This is not just new, but easy to read, easy to use and affordable. So good, I got a second for my charging tank.
February 4, 2023
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Does the job, rock solid.
I now have two of these, the first one has been trouble free for years now, we use it as part of a DIY carbonator (way more cost effective and less polluting than a sodastream). The second one is also doing a great job for my in-laws.

Combine this with a good hose and metal coupler as well as a carbacap, and there you go.
October 27, 2022
1 year ago
Rated 3 out of 5
Made well but put together sloppily!
Lost a soda stream tank of co2 to a slow leak from both gauges. Sprayed soapy water on them and both blew bubbles. When I removed them I noticed very poor use of Teflon tape on the threads, if it even was Teflon tape. I recommend redoing all connections with their products!
October 5, 2022
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Good Regulator
This is my 2nd regulator and they've both been great.
September 3, 2022
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great for making soda water at home
Nicely built regulator. I appreciate it doesn't require nylon gaskets.
August 21, 2022
1 year ago
Rated 3 out of 5
When I tried to set the psi for my Pale Ale, I couldn’t get it to go higher than 12psi. That’s ok for this beer, but if I ever need it to allow more CO2, I won’t be able to. I followed the online directions from the enclosed QR code, but couldn’t see how to increase the psi. Very frustrating!
July 20, 2022
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Gauge worked great!
The gauge that we ordered for our CO2 tanks worked perfectly and was delivered in a timely manner.
July 18, 2022
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Brewing with gas
My new taprite dual guage CO2 regulator works great. I couldn't be more pleased. My beers are once again charged with CO2 and flowing out of the taps.
May 4, 2022
over 2 years ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Great gauge for the money
Works well after taking apart to loosen the pressure knob. One thing I wish it had is a pressure relief valve
February 23, 2022
over 2 years ago
Rated 3 out of 5
Its just ok
The low pressure side guage is way off. when force carbing a unitank, it would read about 5# lower than unitank does. Other than that, it does what it is supposed to do
February 13, 2022
over 2 years ago