This is the real thing made in the U.S.A. Regulator fits our item Q26 Aeration Tubing and other tubing that is .170" in interior diameter. Fits left hand thread Bernzomatic® and Worthington® 1.4 and 2.1 ounce oxygen bottles sold in the hardware store in the welding/brazing section. Buy this and our 22" Aeration Wand and make your own oxygen aerating system.
Mar 07, 2023 by Martin
Q: Hello! I would like to have this item shipped to Montreal (Quebec) please. Is it possible? Thank you and have a nice day guys!
A: Sorry, we only ship within the United States.
Sep 12, 2022 by jon
Q: what is the diameter of the output barb?
A: It's .170 of an inch.
Dec 03, 2021 by Cooper
Q: How do I track my order
A: You will get an email at 5pm Pacific Time weekdays on the day you place your order with a tracking link. If you created an account on our website, you can also login and click on account, then click on the order you want to track. You will find the tracking link in the bottom left corner.
May 06, 2019 by Daniel Karpantschof
Q: Do you know the output pressure of this regulator?
A: No, The manufacturer does not provide us with that spec and it varies based on how much you open the valve.
Good little Oxygen Regulator
For the price it will do what I needed. I bought this as a backup just in case the bigger CO2 tank is empty. I keep a disposable oxygen bottle on hand, and this is what I needed to complete the plan.
Used this twice now. Works great. Used short piece of 1/8" drip irrigation tubing attached to outlet barb to connect to larger tubing for diffusion stone.
It’s a well made valve
I looked all over for something that would fit the small red oxygen tanks You can buy at Lowe’s. This company had the lowest cost one. It works great. I was kinda expecting the outlet connection to be 1/4” but it’s much smaller. Just meant I needed smaller tubing, not a big deal. I made my own oxy/acetaline torch with this for about $50 instead of spending $200 on even the cheapest one from harbor freight. Also, it shipped quickly in spite of the pandemic.
Simple, Works Well
I attached this to an oxygen cylinder I purchased locally. The left-hand threads prevent it from being used on other cylinders. I have used it twice with no issues. After 25 years of brewing I decided to step up my process by injecting the wort with pure oxygen to give the yeast all the help I can. Wow, what a difference during the fermentation process. In the past, my bubbler would stop after 4-5 days, but now I had bubbles into day 8.
I have only used one time so far. It will become one of my tools that I will use during my home brew process. Seems well made, and Williams Brewing had the best price around.