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KOMOS® Premium Dual Gauge CO2 Regulator | Industrial-grade | 0–60 PSI operating range | 1/4" flare fitting with barbed outlet & Duotight adapter fitting
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KOMOS® Premium Dual Gauge CO2 Regulator | Industrial-grade | 0–60 PSI operating range | 1/4" flare fitting with barbed outlet & Duotight adapter fitting

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Description

The KOMOS Dual Gauge CO2 Regulator is a beefy, industrial-grade regulator that you will enjoy using for years to come.

  • Easily adjusted by hand
  • Duotight adapter fitting included for use with EVABarrier draft tubing
  • Heavy duty steel gauges with rubber bumpers

The robust body and precision diaphragm provide high flow rates, and the pressure can be easily and precisely adjusted with the hand dial. Extra thick stainless gauges come with rubber bumpers for added protection. The dial faces are triple-scaled to read in psi, bar and kPa.

The PRV is rated to 65 psi (4.5 bar) for added safety while in use. Comes with male flare thread gas-out with included 1/4" barb and nut. Easily swap out the barb to a different size if desired. On the back of the regulator body are three M6 screw holes for mounting (screws not included).

Each KOMOS regulator includes a Duotight Adapter, allowing for quick connection of EVABarrier draft tubing for a solid, yet easy to change, way of connecting gas line. Add Duotight Tees to easily split the line to multiple kegs.  

Features:

  • 0–60 PSI operating range
    • Low pressure gauge reads from 0–100
    • Pull ring PRV rated to blow off at 65 PSI
  • Strong, robust design
  • Highly accurate precision diaphragm
  • 1/4" flare fitting with barbed outlet & Duotight adapter fitting
  • M6 mounting screw holes
  • Made in accordance with AS 4267
     

 

 
Item # D1077
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 3 LBS
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Why did you choose this?
MoreFlavor Store
Price and features. Seems to be a good regulator compared to others with similar features.
Wes C on Mar 6, 2023
Regulator is outside in salt air (near ocean) and it is time for a new one.
Duncan G on Jan 4, 2023
Price and features. Seems to be a good regulator compared to others with similar features.
Wes C on Mar 6, 2023
Suggested by Richard when I called in
Michael Y on Feb 10, 2023
Regulator is outside in salt air (near ocean) and it is time for a new one.
Duncan G on Jan 4, 2023
Need an additional regulator to carbonate kegs.
William S on Dec 13, 2022
Cost
Lance M on Nov 16, 2022
I wanted an upgrade on the regulator that came with my kegerator.
Dan Shaffer on Oct 19, 2022
Replacing failing regulator, this one reviews as having solid quality and great basic features.
Lloyd M on Oct 3, 2022
for spare tank
My old regulator I
Merlinus Monroe on Sep 22, 2022
Goes up to 100 psi
Steven R on Sep 10, 2022
chose the set with Komos jackey box
Fumitake K on Jul 28, 2022
Price and it is registered
Ron L B on Jun 27, 2022
To make a dual reg with existing komos regulator
Iain M on Jun 23, 2022
More beer
Matthew Brasee on Mar 30, 2022
upgrading a kegerator to duotight fittings and matching my tower.
David J on Mar 19, 2022
Good quality
jose p on Mar 18, 2022
Friend recommended
William S on Mar 8, 2022
great quality great price
David H on Mar 7, 2022
The psi gauge was in the lowest increments. The other ones were not accurate enough
Joseph on Mar 1, 2022
it was affordable but still quality
Vron V on Dec 8, 2021
It's cheaper than the taprite
Thomas Reid on Dec 8, 2021
Recommended by Zack
Anders H on Dec 7, 2021
Recommended by friend and comes with DuoTight fittings
Gregory P on Jun 23, 2021
Replacement
John H on Feb 11, 2021
Went with the draft box.
Patrick R on Jan 21, 2021
Liked the quality.
Doug H on Jan 16, 2021
need to replace older gauge on my jockey box
Paul K on Jan 6, 2021
Gift Request
Steve L on Dec 13, 2020
gift
Bill C on Dec 5, 2020
Need it
Daniel Franco SFI006 on Dec 2, 2020
To use with duotight fitting, and it may be low enough clearance for a taller tank
Jason Taclas on Nov 23, 2020
Need new regulator, prefer one that already includes duotight connections.
Thomas Parshall on Sep 25, 2020
I wanted to use duotight fittings for my gas line so I don't lose Co2.
Chris D on Sep 24, 2020
My friend picked all this out for my kegerator
Danielle G on Sep 22, 2020
My regulator stopped working
Joseph L on Aug 29, 2020
looks sturdy
marion t on Jul 30, 2020
I like the design.
Keegan M S on Jul 29, 2020
Looks good
Jonathan I S on Jun 5, 2020
Good quality, precise adjustment
Scott W on May 20, 2020
Recommended by a friend
Wilbert W on May 14, 2020
bought a CPT kit to transfer pressure transfer from fermenter to keg and I don't want to keep changing the regulator I have over to my small CO2 bottle for the transfer every time.
John M on Apr 23, 2020
need it.
Patrick Talaska on Feb 12, 2020
Replacement
John A K on Dec 23, 2019
We used this regulator before and it works very well with the duo tight fittings
Tina B on Dec 3, 2019
2nd gauge to two tanks on a two tap system
Zak H on Oct 26, 2019
Old one died
William H on May 23, 2019
Spoke to customer service rep that highly recommended this regulator
Brian E on Apr 23, 2019
adding second tank i have more kegs
Jesus M on Apr 18, 2019
Suggested by Richard when I called in
Michael Y on Feb 10, 2023
Need an additional regulator to carbonate kegs.
William S on Dec 13, 2022
By following the instructions, I set up a new KOMOS 4-tap kegerator. I water tested the completed CO2 system including all of the Duotight connections and the ball-lock disconnects with the pressure set at 20 psi,. Nothing leaks! Then I tested the system as a whole by turning the gas bottle on, setting the pressure at 20 psi then shutting the gas bottle off. The pressure remains a 20 psi for several minutes. But then the gauges show the pressure slowly dropping to zero over a period of 10-15 seconds. What’s the problem? Is this something the regulator is doing?
Edward Harrison on Jan 21, 2021
BEST ANSWER: Check to make sure the Pressure Release Valve is tight. Mine was lose and when I was quick carbing a keg I had wort back fill thru the CO2 line and thru the valve.
I set this up today and cannot seem to get the pressure to keg at less that 60psi. This happens even with the dial practically falling out. If I tighten at all it exceeds pressure rating and starts blowing off through the prv. I have been kegging for about 15 years with many brands of regulators and have never had this happen. Any ideas?
David Rufino on Mar 10, 2023
BEST ANSWER: Are you sure you turned the black knob to the left at first until you feel no resistance of the valve. Then did you release the pressure inside the system by pulling the ring of the blow off valve. This done the unit and hoses have zero pressure. If you install it now to your CO2 tank and you have a non leaking connection, by tightening the metal hex nut. Now open the bottle and watch the index of the primary gauge rise. Turn the regulator valve to the right if you reach the recommended pressure, let's say 15 psi. If you get direct with the open bottle on the low pressure side an high pressure, then your diaphragm inside or the spring is broken. It is not recommended or advised to open the part or to use a hammer and hit it a couple of times . I know there exist in the world of the web videos, where they repaired a hanging spring with one or two hard hits on the backside of the regular ,but I would never do that nor recommend it to anyone. This is dangerous, and maybe in other countries an usual repair, but never here in the US. Maybe the diaphragm is cut or worn out. if you have warranty send it back. If it has a cut, check the price first for the spare part and compare it with a new regulator.
I have this pressure regulator. I like the duotight adapters. I am hoping to send different psi to each of 3 kegs. Any suggestions for best thing to use with this komos regulator and duotight fittings?
Paul C on Sep 22, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Build your own duotight and evabarrier based manifold/secondary regulator line using the inline secondary regulators sold here. However, I cannot recommend the duotight in-line regulator with gauge, or the duotight spunding valve (with built in gauge) to check your pressure - the dials are too small to get a precise reading from. Build your own spunding valve with a digital pressure gauge, or get one of the ones sold here with larger gauges, and check the serve pressure on each regulator using that. That's what I did for a four way serve line.
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What size thread are on the gauges? One of mine got damaged and would like to replace it with a digital gauge.
Zach Grieger on Jun 1, 2022
BEST ANSWER: The gauges have 1/4 BSP straight threads and are sealing with a gasket in the bottom of the bore, unlike the typical American gauges that have 1/4 NPT taper threads where thread sealant tape would be used. Using a 1/4 NPT gauge would kinda work, but there's an increased chance of leakage and damage to the threads in the regulator body.
Can you safely swap out the 65 PSI PRV with a 100 PSI PRV for seltzer?
Jimmy Tran on Oct 16, 2021
BEST ANSWER: The PRV pressure should be set for the lowest rated device in your system. If all of your equipment is rated for 100 PSI then yes.
Does this come with a CO2 tank sealing washer?
Zach Grieger on Sep 19, 2021
BEST ANSWER: Yes. There is actually a spare attached as well. You can see the spare in the picture attached by a zip tie so it doesn't get lost.
Can you use this adapter for nitrogen tanks?
Bernard Braster on Jul 7, 2023
BEST ANSWER: You will need the KOMOS® CO2 Regulator to Nitrogen Tank Adapter in order to use this regulator for a nitrogen tank.
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I have 5/16th gas line. What fitting do I need to connect this regulator to it?
Dylan Hartley on Mar 29, 2023
BEST ANSWER: https://www.morebeer.com/products/duotight-pushin-fitting-8-mm-516-14-flare.html
Reviews

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Rated 3 out of 5
Quality regulator, poor design
It does the job just fine for me. I am missing the shutoff valve right below it. The big fail is the angle of that top line pressure valve. It gets in the way of a wrench. It makes it more difficult to turn on and off gas. The plus side is, the line attached to the bottom is positioned away from the 50 gal C02 tank we use. We've gone through 30+ taprites 10+ micromatics at this facility and this is my least favorite even though it performs flawlessly. The design is bad. We use it for pouring kegs exclusively. For a homebrewer its manageable and designed with homebrewing in mind. The ability to switch parts out easily seems great. The knob for adjusting c02 is my favorite. (We typically use higher pressures for water at his facility)
March 29, 2024
Rated 1 out of 5
Cheap quality.
Came with my quad tap kegerator. I was using it to push sanitizer through the kegs and it suddenly stopped working. Trying to move the pressure adjustment knob and it must have cross threaded though it was working fine a minute earlier. Trying to remove the knob snapped the plastic holding it on the barb - which is locked in place. I will be ordering a different regulator from elsewhere and throwing this brand new piece of junk away. I certainly hope the kegerator is better quality.
Handle snapped off and barb locked in place.
Handle snapped off and barb locked in place.
January 23, 2024
Rated 1 out of 5
I would stay clear of this product!!
Came with my KOMOS kegerator and it was a piece of junk. It leaked out of the box and I wish there was a valve to regulate pressure to keg. Shouldn't these things be checked prior to leaving the manufacturer?
August 15, 2023
Rated 1 out of 5
Horrible regulator compared to Tap Rite
No matter how the connections were made it leaked. It worked for a day and then pressure gone. The safety valve also kept popping. It's no where near the quality of my tap Rite. I switched back to my 12 year old tap Rite from a brand new one that came with my komos kegerator.
March 25, 2023
Response from MoreFlavor
So sorry to hear about your experience. Thank you so much for your feedback. We really appreciate the honesty and value great feedback like this as it helps us improve our products. We try very hard to create the best experience for our customers and provide quality products. For any questions or concerns you can reach out to our customer service team by scrolling to the bottom, right-side of our web page and following the appropriate link. We are here to help. Cheers!
March 31, 2023
Zack Marin
Rated 5 out of 5
Simple, highly accurate, protected gauges, and includes an 8mm DuoTight fitting!
My old regulator failed, research led me to 2, and I bought this KOMOS regulator have been extremely pleased. My ONLY complaint is that the connection to the tank is a tiny bit too short...an extra 1" would be perfect, though it's still fine as-is.

It connected easily, leak-tested just fine, and when I hooked everything back up, I was pleased to regulate pressure down to just 2 PSI, wow. The pressure knob has a good feel and is non-slippery, is very responsive, and it's quick 'n easy to dial-in precise pressures. I also like the gauges having knurly rubber bumpers built-in to provide basic protection, though I'd recommend a protection basket if your environment warrants it.

If you use 8mm OD DuoTight fittings and hoses like I do, you'll love this regulator...it's already included!
October 18, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Just what I was looking for
I bought a special machine that needed a regulator that had a working pressure of at least 75 psi. Most regulators have a release valve that gives up at 62 psi. but by purchasing the 100 psi accessory I was able to simply change out the valve in a matter of a few seconds and it has been working great so far. Thanks for having great products and for being helpful when I emailed.
October 5, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 3 out of 5
Output gauge overrated for typical serving pressure
Decided to upgrade my regulator that came with my kegerator with this one. Everything is great but as others have pointed out, the output gauge is way overrated. It should be in the 0 to 60 psi range. Makes setting a typical serving pressure almost impossible. I might switch the gauge with the other regulator’s output gauge.
Output gauge
Output gauge
July 15, 2022
Rated 4 out of 5
Great regulator
Love it work great. I would recommend it good quality
July 10, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Works like a champ. Even comes with extra washer
May 5, 2022
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Rated 3 out of 5
Needs improvement
Needs gas line output shutoff valve with check valve. Output gauge range is too high for typical 8-12 psi serving pressure accuracy. Adjustment valve is designed for fine tuning of higher pressures than 8-12 psi serving pressure. Bottom line: can’t trust output pressure setting. Otherwise generally good.
March 8, 2022
Purchased
over 2 years ago