• In Line Regulator
  • Shown reducing pressure to one keg in a kegerator

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Item #: L22
Our Price: $6.99
In Stock, Will Ship On 07/23/2018.
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This in line regulator features 1/4" hose barbs, and can be adjusted with a flat head screwdriver. It can reduce incoming pressure from 150 PSI to 1 PSI. It is very handy to use when you want to use a single output C02 regulator in a draft system, but supply different kegs with different dispensing pressures. 4.75" long with included brass hose barbs installed.  See the video below for more details.


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by Chickdog
on 7/8/2018
from IL
Excellent for the price point
Seems like a good secondary solution.  I added one between two manifolds, and put a gauge on the end on the second one. It takes a little time to fine tune the pressure, but does the job.
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5/29/2018 9:21:18 PM
I have 5/16 ID gas line. Would this inline regulator work with a hose clamp and cranked tight. I would also like to use it with the inline pressure gauge. Current setup uses a 4 way manifold. I would like to control pressure on each line individually.
No, 5/16" is a bit too large to seal reliably on 1/4" fittings.
5/4/2018 9:25:39 PM
Would you recommend using a check valve (placed before or after the regulator)?
This is not needed, as even if the regulator somehow gets beer in it, you can rinse it with warm water and it will not be ruined.
Mike g
4/30/2018 9:47:12 AM
I plan to use this as a spunding valve with a few fittings to couple to a keg. Any idea if this could work for that?
We have not tried this but it might work. We also have a spundling valve as a complete unit, see our item P84.
4/29/2018 7:42:49 PM
We have a portable bar with 10 taps. I want to be able to control all 10 independently using one co2 tank. Would you recommend this or am I nuts? I would need 10 of these and 10 tees.
If you are trying to set each beer to have a unique dispensing pressure, this would be the way to do it.  If you are just trying to have each beer on it's own gas line then two manifolds would be a much easier way to do it.
For example;you could use one gas tee to split the line to two of our item P52, a 5 way manifold.  This would be a lot simpler and neater.
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