Q: Is there enough room to install the Brass Y adapter onto the Taprite Dual Body Regulator to turn it into a three line system? Or will the shut off valves interfere with each other?
A: the would be enough room to use a splitter on one of the regulator bodys to use for 3 service shut offs if needed
Q: I just replaced my co2 tank and now when I unscrew it (open it) the pressurized co2 starts coming out of the screw hole on the underside of the regulator (the opposite side of the red dial). Any idea why that is happening?
A: Thanks for the question! This normalyl only will happen if the adjustmetn screw or dial on the frotn of the regulator is increased to a veru high PSI or a pressure that exceeds the rated pressure on the inlet gauge. Dialing down the pressure ont he regulator before connecting the tank and then increasing the pressure to the needed PSI should resolve the issue
Q: Beyond the price and range of the pressure gage, what is the difference between the Taprite Dual Body Regulator and Taprite Double Body T-handle Regulator?
A: The adjustment knob on this requlator is a locking turn knob where the T-handle version does not lock into place, other than that cost and the gauge tolerance would be the only big differences in the two
Q: If you wanted to more accurately measure lower pressures, could you swap out the 0 to 60 gauges with 0 to 30? Thanks!
A: yes, this can be done by the end user by purchasing the 0-30 gauges and exchanging them. Item C384-6153 is a similar product that ships with the 0-30psi gauges installed
Q: Could this work with a liquid nitrogen cylinder if I swapped out the gas hook up?
A: this can be done, or you can use the nitrogen to co2 regulator adapter under part number 40-3647 that would not require any modification to the regulator or tank. The adapter bridges the gap between a co2 regulator and nitrogen tank
Q: Hi. Can I buy a 1/4" barb to fit the regulator, with the same threaded end as the 3/8" barb?
A: The 1/4" barb by 1/4" NPT shut off can be found using item #73-3722. This would be have to be ordered in addition to the regulator, as we use 3/8" barbs standard on the regulators as Taprite ships them
Q: Are the valves used on this regulator check valves? The description doesn't seem to state this.
A: This product does come with check valves. Thanks!
Q: Does each pressure regulator go to 60psi or is it 30 30, meaning with the dual regulator I can put 120 psi total?
A: Each gauge goes to 60, the pressure is not split between the two, so no you will not get to 120 psi.
Q: I store my tank inside the fridge, Can I adjust the regulators for the difference in temperature? If not, what is the formula to figure out the true temperature inside the kegs.
A: If you store your tank inside the fridge, there is a slight adjustment to run higher pressure than if you keep your tank outside the fridge. The difference is very minute and difficult to tell the difference. Recommend either keeping it inside or out, not to keep switching the tank from cold to warm.
Q: i am looking for a secondary regulator like the inside one on this model. I already have a dual body regulator with a high and low gauge, and would like to add another low regulator with its own gas line just like the one listed here. do you sell just the middle gauge set up?
A: No we do not sell single regulators that would fit in line with that double body regulator. However, you could buy a secondary regulator to split off your low pressure regulator or you could use a manifold that would split off one line into 2,3, or 4 separate lines running at the same pressure.
Q: I am considering purchasing an adapter to attach this regulator to some of the paint ball CO2 tanks I have. Does this regulator require a right or left hand thread adapter to attach to the CO2 tank?
A: This regulator would require theLeft Hand thread adaptor.
Q: What is the longest dimension on this gauge? From CO2 tank connector to the total volume gauge at the far end. Thank you.
A: From the CO2 connection to the high side gauge it is 10 3/4".
Q: What size tubing would I need for this?
A: The barbs on the regulator are 3/8" which is perfect for the 5/16" gas line