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Secondary Regulator - 2 Way
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How do one keg of beer, one keg of sparkling wine, and one keg of root beer, sound for your next party? Awesome? Yeah, we think so too. But, each of these different beverages requires a different serving pressure, and nobody wants to go buy an extra CO2 tank and regulator for each different beverage. Enter the Secondary Regulator!
Standard multi-body CO2 regulators are heavy and can make a CO2 tank prone to tipping over, especially as it gets empty. Combine that with the fact that there aren’t Gauge Cages for multi-body regulators and you’ve got a recipe for disaster.
Secondary regulators do not attach directly to CO2 tanks, instead mounting to the side or wall of a fridge, kegerator or jockey box. They allow you run multiple keg pressures from one tank of gas. CO2 line from your existing system attaches to secondary input, and the output pressure to the keg is easily adjustable. 
Features wall brackets for easy mounting. Multiple units can be purchased and ganged together, making it a snap to expand your system at any time. 5/16” barbed outlet fittings with individual shutoff valves.
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Item # D1067B
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 6LBS
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Valued C on Mar 5, 2018
Valued C on Mar 5, 2018
Use different pressure for each keg
Rafael Nieto on Mar 2, 2018
Use different pressure for each keg
Rafael Nieto on Mar 2, 2018

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This works as advertised & solid constriction.
January 27, 2018
4 months ago
Solid made - beware smaller barb fitting on side
This regulator looks extremely well made and looks like it will last as long as my Taprite Dual Gauge CO2 regulator. I can't wait to hook it up!

One downside I noticed is that while the barbs for the CO2 outlets are the same size as the output from my dual-gauge regulator, the barb on the side is noticeably smaller. As per Morebeer's suggestion it should be fine by tightening the band clamp (not included) on there, but time will tell. I feel that all three barbs should be the same size and if you agree, be sure to purchase a replacement barb at the same time
March 22, 2015