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Duotight In-Line Regulator | Built-In Pressure Gauge | 0-60 PSI | Liquid & Gas Compatible | 8 mm Duotight
D1047

Duotight In-Line Regulator | Built-In Pressure Gauge | 0-60 PSI | Liquid & Gas Compatible | 8 mm Duotight

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Description

Easily set and view different pressures downstream from a single CO2 regulator. Serve different beverages at different pressures without the need for expensive regulator manifolds!

  • Built-in pressure gauge for easy reference when adjusting pressure settings
  • Pressure gauge is interchangeable—swap to different pressure ranges that better suit your application
  • Compatible with both liquid and gas
  • 8 mm Duotight inlet/outlet for use with 8 mm OD EVABarrier tubing or 8 mm Rigid Joiners

The Duotight In-Line Regulator is an ideal solution if you want to serve different beers at different gas pressures. In a typical multiple line, multiple pressure system you would run a gas line from your main regulator into a secondary regulator where you would set different pressures. While that is ideal, it is a little pricey. This little sweetheart lets you set different pressures at a far lower cost. What we do is set the main regulator at the highest pressure we want in the system - for example a keg of soda that you want to carbonate and serve at 25 psi.  Run the gas line into a manifold and then install one of these after the manifold on each line where you want to decrease the pressure, for example lowering to 10psi to serve your British pale ale and 14 psi to serve your summertime lawnmower lager.

Works with both gas and liquid. Easily adjust the flow can be adjusted with the yellow adjustment knob. 8 mm Duotight fittings at both inlet and outlet make this unit perfect for use with EVABarrier 8 mm OD tubing (D1717 or D1718).  Features an integrated pressure gauge so you can quickly and easily dial in your pressure setting. The analog gauge is removable and can be swapped out with a gauge of a different pressure range or it can be swapped out for the Digital Mini Pressure Gauge.

Specifications:
  • Made from food grade acetal
  • Stainless screws
  • Easily disassembles for cleaning
  • 8mm (5/16") Duotight fittings at both ends
  • Interchangeable pressure gauge
  • Gauge reads from 0-60 psi
  • Made with quality EPDM seals
  • Wall mountable

WARNING: Do not exceed gauge pressure. Exceeding the pressure range will damage the gauge.

Kegland Part number: KL15035

 

 

Item # D1047
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 0.02 LBS
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Why did you choose this?
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Great solution for running multiple taps off 1 tank.
Devin N on Mar 7, 2023
Compact design for tight kegerators
Greg M on Jan 18, 2023
Great solution for running multiple taps off 1 tank.
Devin N on Mar 7, 2023
Varying pressure to multiple kegs
Don C on Feb 15, 2023
Compact design for tight kegerators
Greg M on Jan 18, 2023
Separate beer from soda pressure
Brandon B on Jan 5, 2023
High pressure for home water system, this will keep connections from being overloaded.
Duncan G on Jan 4, 2023
Great way to have each keg at a different psi
Darin B on Dec 12, 2022
Works great in my kegerator
Chris Dornbach on Nov 14, 2022
Want to be able to control the pressure for different beer styles.
Eric C on Oct 20, 2022
Reducing the pressure in a water line going into a keg
Ben D on Oct 19, 2022
cheapest
michael h on Sep 23, 2022
Husband asked for his 39th b-day gift
Kaila S on Sep 22, 2022
aligns with my keezer design
Albert L on Aug 30, 2022
Force carbonate and serve in same keezer with only one gas connection
Kristoffer W on Aug 27, 2022
Already have 4 of them
john w on Aug 19, 2022
Utility
Cesar M on Aug 18, 2022
Hopefully this will solve a carbonation issue an experiencing
Paul L on Aug 4, 2022
Need as have cider & beer kegs in kegerator.
D. B on Jul 30, 2022
I picked this because these are a game changer for multi keg systems. I have 3, buying more for my dads taps
Andrew M on Jul 29, 2022
I want to control CO2 to each keg seems like the most economical method
Steven J on Jul 21, 2022
Add secondary regulator
Eric on Jul 19, 2022
My wife likes seltzer on tap
Derek D on Jul 18, 2022
I wanted to be able to control pressure on each keg individually with my new Kosmos Kegerator.
Brian English on Jul 8, 2022
Used one of these in another kegerator
Tim G on Jul 2, 2022
Feeling whimsy, looked interesting.
Clayton P on Jun 23, 2022
chose this product because it is inexpensive and will install in a snap,
Mike on Jun 17, 2022
Need for 4 tap komos
Patrick S on Jun 13, 2022
Pressure transfers and another regulator.
Brian Milleville on Jun 9, 2022
Want to carb at different pressures without buying another main regulator
David B on Jun 7, 2022
This is a simple, yet inexpensive solution for kegging at different pressures.
Rell Ambrose on Jun 6, 2022
I bought this to be able to serve beer from a keg at the same time I carbonate another keg from the same CO2 cylinder B)
DAVID P on May 23, 2022
Inexpensive solution to serve different beers at different pressures.
Jeff C on May 17, 2022
Way cheaper than other multi-regulator setups
Mark W on May 3, 2022
Revising gas distribution in kegerator
Justin R P on Apr 21, 2022
serve beer and soda
Kyle Z on Apr 13, 2022
Complete rebuild of gas side in my Kegerator.
Trevor W on Apr 6, 2022
Cheaper than secondary reg.
Valued C on Apr 6, 2022
Cheaper secondary regulator
Joseph U on Mar 31, 2022
Add a force carbonating line to CO2 manifold
William George on Mar 23, 2022
Upgrading from a single pressure manifold system
Preston G on Mar 16, 2022
regulate the second beer at a different pressure
Jesse A on Mar 4, 2022
To control pressure to a glass rinser on a kegerator
Eric B on Feb 15, 2022
Regulate individual kegs
Maury K S on Feb 11, 2022
Want to run the pressure of my wine different from my beer.
Timothy Edwards on Feb 9, 2022
to affordably have the ability to independently pressure for each keg in service
Lance F on Feb 9, 2022
Gonna try it with the minipressure gauge for pressure transfer beer from
Fernando S on Jan 22, 2022
I need it
Chris E on Jan 22, 2022
What I need for my keezer
Jason E on Jan 22, 2022
reduce line pressure after T-juction
Christopher N L on Jan 8, 2022
wanted individual control of keg pressures
Nicholas L on Jan 5, 2022
It will fit my undersink water filtration system, also it will not interfere with my faucets water pressure.
Casey R on Jan 5, 2022
Varying pressure to multiple kegs
Don C on Feb 15, 2023
Separate beer from soda pressure
Brandon B on Jan 5, 2023
I currently have Bevflex 5/16 ID X 9/16 OD Beer Line Hose and Gas Line Hose (blue & Red). Will Duotight fittings work with this hose?
Steven J on Jul 19, 2022
Duotight In-Line Regulator | Built-In Pressure Gauge | 0-60 PSI | Liquid & Gas Compatible | 8 mm Duotight
Duotight In-Line Regulator | Built-In Pressure Gauge | 0-60 PSI | Liquid & Gas Compatible | 8 mm Duotight
Duotight Push-In Fitting - 8 mm (5/16 in.) Tee
Duotight Push-In Fitting - 8 mm (5/16 in.) Tee
KegLand | Gas Board for Duotight In-Line Regulators | 4 Output
KegLand | Gas Board for Duotight In-Line Regulators | 4 Output
BEST ANSWER: These are made to work with 8mm EVAbarrier tubing which is a more rigid type of tubing than most beer line hoses and it has a much smaller OD than your 9/16 hose. There are DuoTight fittings that will work with (or adapt to) 1/4-inch OD tubing (0.635mm) and 3/8-inch OD tubing (9.5mm) though.
Is there a 9.5mm OD version of this regulator?
Collin Cronin on Aug 16, 2021
Can I use this on the liquid out side of a carbonated water keg? I would like to maintain 30psi in the keg, but dispense at a lower pressure. Wondering if I can use this between the keg and faucet to achieve this?
Jacob Paschall on Aug 25, 2022
BEST ANSWER: Although Kegland states that the regulator and gauge will tolerate liquids, I’m not sure what you’re proposing is the intended use. A simpler solution might be to use a longer dispensing line to make pouring easier. Using a Duotight regulator without a gauge is another option, but all you’re doing is restricting the flow-which is easily achieved with a longer line.
What is the difference between this Spunding In-line pressure gauge/regulator (FE-962) and the In-Line Duotight regulator (D-1047) 0-60 psi, other then the pressure range?
Edward Bloom on Nov 26, 2023
Duotight In-Line Regulator | Built-In Pressure Gauge | 0-60 PSI | Liquid & Gas Compatible | 8 mm Duotight
Duotight In-Line Regulator | Built-In Pressure Gauge | 0-60 PSI | Liquid & Gas Compatible | 8 mm Duotight
Duotight BlowTie 2 | Diaphragm Spunding Valve | Built-In Pressure Gauge | 0-15 PSI | 8 mm Duotight
Duotight BlowTie 2 | Diaphragm Spunding Valve | Built-In Pressure Gauge | 0-15 PSI | 8 mm Duotight
BEST ANSWER: One regulates pressure into a vessel, the other regulates pressure out. They aren't interchangable. I think the diaphragm and internals are different to accomplish this.
There shoudl be a kegland video on the ordering page explaining this.
Can this be used as a shutoff value when not in use? I wanted to make a manifold with these and want to know if I can omit the normal shut off valves.
David j Howard on Dec 9, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I think so, with it turned all the way down, but IMO it would be best with a valve before it and a check to eliminate back flow. Check @tapthisbrewing on instagram - july 2020 for photos of this.
Duotight Push-In Fitting - 8 mm (5/16 in.) Ball Valve
Duotight Push-In Fitting - 8 mm (5/16 in.) Ball Valve
Duotight Push-In Fitting - 8 mm (5/16 in.) Check Valve
Duotight Push-In Fitting - 8 mm (5/16 in.) Check Valve
Reviews

4.0 / 5.0
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Rated 3 out of 5
They work but mediocre at best
I purchased four of these to regulate pressure to four kegs in my keezer. After about 2 weeks of use it is clear setting the desired pressure is far more difficult than it should be. Once pressure is set, it takes HOURS for the gauge reading to settle to a final static value. Adjusting the dial to a given value on the gauge is NOT what the gauge will read HOURS later. So the user will need to go back multiple time (about 3 in my experience) to tweak the pressure to get closer and closer to the desired value. This is very inconvenient for me since I have a coffin box on my keezer requiring me to pull it away from the wall every time it is open. These gauges require me to open my keezer over and over again to check on them. Yes, these do work, but I'm now thinking that it would have easier to get higher quality gauges that I could "set and forget" and have confidence in they are reading. I don't want to have to baby sit these gauges. I'll keep these for now, but will more then likely replace after some time.
October 31, 2023
Rated 4 out of 5
It's a regulator and pressure gauge. It'd be nice if they were sold with all of the different gauge ranges so I don't have to buy a 0-15 gauge in addition to the regulator / gauge combo.
August 21, 2023
Rated 5 out of 5
Great product and cheaper than others
I love this regulator, way smaller and cheaper than other secondary regulators, I just wished that they send this with a 30 psi gauge instead of the 60 psi one, way too small to read properly.
July 10, 2023
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Really nice value
Makes it easy to build a manifold with multiple pressures
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Added Dec 12, 2022
December 12, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 2 out of 5
These seem to creep up in pressure
I just purchased three of these duotights along with the digital gauges. After swapping the gauges and checking for leaks I found none which is great. However, these regulators do not seem to properly regulate pressure for me. I have the first one installed at the moment. My primary regulator is set to 30 psi. If I set the duotight to 12 psi, for example, it will initially appear to be stable at this setting, but if I check on it a while later (hours), the value will have creeped up much higher, closer to primary. Is this happening for others? While I like the compact size and convenience of duotight connections, I’m beginning to think money would have been better spent on full-size taprite or micromattic secondaries. My primary regulator is a micromatic and it has been rock solid for years.
December 11, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 1 out of 5
Absolute garbage!
Pure trash. The CO2 level output by these is easily twice or more what the gauge reads. They will unknowingly overcarb your beer and prevent you from bottling your beer just before a competition deadline. Be forewarned.
September 14, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Duotight In-Line Regulator with Gauge
When they say miniature, they aren't kidding. The gauges are about 1"x1" and these old eyes struggle to read the markings. I think I'll be forced into ordering the 0-15 psi gauges or the newer digital. I have no idea how accurate they are or if there is any float due to these old eyes.
July 31, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 3 out of 5
It’s aight
Mine registers about 10 psi less than the primary pressure when fully open. I also wish it worked with standard sized tubing. All in all, it’s serving it’s purpose for the 2 vastly different serving pressures I have on tap.
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Added Jun 17, 2022
June 17, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Easy to use and love the fact can control pressure to each keg
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Added Jun 7, 2022
June 7, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 3 out of 5
Good deal
Hard to get the correct pressure set but outstanding size and hookup.
June 3, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago