Item #: Q11
Our Price: $19.99
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In Stock, Will Ship On 06/04/2020.
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Description 

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.

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by Joey
on 5/21/2020
from Charleston
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.
by shande
on 2/21/2020
from Idaho
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.
by Larry Tyler
on 12/6/2019
from Prineville, Or
Oxygen Regulator
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.
by Greg B
on 7/31/2019
from Wenatchee, WA
Replacement for old one
i bought this same regulator with hose,wnd, & stone about 8 yrs ago.  After several drops and hundreds of brews it gave it up.  New one works great.  GB
by Spencer nagle
on 11/22/2018
from Oregon
Used for model rocket, Worked great!
After seeing numerous videos on hybrid rocket engines I decided I wanted to build one of my own. Me being a kid I didn't do research and prematurely bought a cheap oxygen tank with a left-hand thread. None of my dad's torch nozzles fat on so I needed a cheap left thread nozzle. Upon looking on websites like Amazon I found nozzles over 30 dollars! I had already spent 40 on the project so when I saw this one for 10 dollars cheaper I had to buy it. I was a bit skeptical at first but after receiving it and trying it worked great. Although it may not look like it on the photo you can adjust the airflow which comes in handy. Do be warned though that when high volumes of gas flow through it will start to make a strange noise. No air seems to be escaping so I'm assuming it is something inside rattling. That only happens at 300psi so for other uses it should be fine.
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Daniel Karpantschof
5/6/2019 5:29:25 AM
Do you know the output pressure of this regulator?
No, The manufacturer does not provide us with that spec and it varies based on how much you open the valve.
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