Duotight In-Line Regulator with Gauge

Duotight In-Line Regulator with Gauge

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  • Easily set different pressures down stream from a single CO2 regulator
  • Serve different beer styles at different pressures
  • Compatible with both liquid and gas
  • 8mm (5/16") Duotight fittings at both ends
  • Built-in and interchangeable pressure gauge reads from 0-60 psi
  • Easily disassembles for cleaning
  • Made from food grade acetal
  • Stainless screws
  • Made with quality EPDM seals
  • Wall mountable

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.


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


Kegland Part number: KL15035



Item # D1047
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Weight 0.02 LBS
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Why did you choose this?
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Used one of these in another kegerator
Tim G on Jul 2, 2022
chose this product because it is inexpensive and will install in a snap,
Mike on Jun 17, 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 M 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
Gas setup
Stephen L on Dec 30, 2021
price and does the job apparently
Gerardo D B on Dec 6, 2021
Options, options, options
Chris L on Dec 2, 2021
I upgraded to a multiple keg system and this is the best solution pricewise and spacewise I have found
Scott L on Nov 24, 2021
to lower our high water pressure to an automatic coffee machine
Jeffrey S on Nov 19, 2021
In case I make a mead
Harlan on Nov 17, 2021
My current regulator system is leaking and I can’t find or stop it.
Joe Ormand on Nov 15, 2021
More control over pressure per gas line
Joseph Dauria on Nov 13, 2021
Part of a gas manifold for an 8 tap kegerator build.
Kyle Heon on Nov 2, 2021
To lower the liquid pressure going to my taps.
D Paul M D on Nov 1, 2021
Building a continuous bubbly water system!
Jennifer L on Oct 19, 2021
Compact replacement for bulky old styles
Andy H on Oct 8, 2021
To allow highly carbonated beers on tap while keeping other beers at a lower PSI.
Paul M on Sep 16, 2021
future individual pressure control to kegs/fridges
Kurt H on Aug 28, 2021
Running multiple kegs at diffeent pressures off a single CO2 tank.
David Jacob Wildstrom on Aug 24, 2021
For better control of keg is keg pressure
Steve M on Aug 14, 2021
Rigging a multi-tap kegerator for different per-keg pressures.
David Jacob Wildstrom on Jul 23, 2021
Upgrading to multiple serving pressure draft system
Frank A. on Jul 6, 2021
Try a not so expensive regulator in several in line kegs
Fernando M G on Jul 2, 2021
I want to be able to control the CO2 from a manifold. This should do the trick.
Eddie M on Jun 26, 2021
Love duotight fittings and small regulator is perfect for in my kegerator
Zachary Lee on Jun 1, 2021
Low cost secondary CO2 regulator with good reviews
Rory D on Jun 1, 2021
Feeling whimsy, looked interesting.
Clayton P on Jun 23, 2022
Need for 4 tap komos
Patrick S on Jun 13, 2022
Is there a 9.5mm OD version of this regulator?
Collin Cronin on Aug 16, 2021
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.
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4.2 / 5.0
18 Reviews
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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
1 month 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
1 month ago
Rated 3 out of 5
Good deal
Hard to get the correct pressure set but outstanding size and hookup.
June 3, 2022
1 month ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Well worth it
Easy to install and works like a charm
May 15, 2022
2 months ago
Rated 2 out of 5
Worked until it didn't
Worked great for a few months then all of a sudden reverted to being an on-of switch. So, I could have full seltzer pressure (30 psi) or nothing. I finally figured that out and swapped to a real dual regulator.
April 29, 2022
11 months ago
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April 29, 2022
Malcolm lieban
Rated 5 out of 5
So far so good. First go with the duo-tight product. go so far.
March 11, 2022
4 months ago
Rated 1 out of 5
Two non working units
I bought two of these. Finally got around to using them, and they don't adjust pressure whatsoever. They're either fully open, or fully closed, and the pressure gauge never moves. I ran various loads (10lbs, 15lbs, 20lbs and 30lbs) and never got the gauge to move. Disappointed as I usually really like duotight stuff.
December 27, 2021
11 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Compact design is just what in my kegerator. Works well. Gauge is tiny can be hard to see
October 13, 2021
9 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
This little device will solve your needs for different pressures inside your kegerator. I'm running three different pressures; one very high one directly from the main at 60PSI for the continuous soda, one at 10PSI for my beer, diet Coke and Fanta (EU Fanta, that is, because the one sold here in the US is a disgrace) and another one at about 2-3PSI for my Chardonnay (because I don't need it carbonated)
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October 5, 2021
9 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Awesome and affordable.
I have 3 of these in my 3 tap kegerator and it's easy to regulate the pressure to each keg. Seems accurate as my beers are carbonated correctly.
September 10, 2021
10 months ago