Q: What is the difference between the Taprite regulator T742HP and T742? Can they both be used in the exact same applications?
A: if referring to the 742HPN this is designed with a nitrogen valve stem for applications to a Nitro tank vs. the 742, high s a standard CGA320 valve connected to a co2 tank.
Q: Is it. possible to buy the gauges separately? I damaged the one that shows the amount of CO2 remaining.
A: item ID #C384-6603-2000 would be the proper replacement gauge
Q: shipping cost to Syracuse NY
A: this will vary ab it by postal code, but New York state orders that exceed $49.99 with qualifying items would ship for the Great Lakes State Flat Rate shipping cost of $5.99 that will be shown in the cart at checkout
Q: My kegerator has a hole in the back that will allow one hose to pass, but room for two kegs. Can I run one hose from this into the kegerator and then split the line to serve both beers at the same serving pressure?
A: yes, this can be done by splitting or splicing the line in the kegerator, or by running 1 line to a gas distributor manifold located inside the kegerator
Q: It looks like I could add a splitter, part#73-4118, to make this a 2 keg system? Could I add a second splitter, onto the first splitter, to run three kegs?
A: This would potentially be done, or use a 3 way gas manifold like item ID427-1003
Q: Since this regulator had a check valve, would I need check valves on a co2 manifold?
A: The manifold does not need one but can be used for added purging of the gas if needed
Q: I already have the Taprite Dual Gauge Regulator, what single regulator do you recommend to make it a dual body regulator, so I can force carbonate a keg and serve another at different pressure?
A: C384-T1661ST this secondary regulator can be bridged with the proper 1/4" pipe nipple to functions using 2 separate pressures
Q: Do you guys sale diaphragm rebuild kits for these? The current one lasted less than 8 months with only one 10lb Co2 tank.
A: Replacement rebuild kits for the regulator interiors can be found on item#c384-7740-15
Q: can the barb be replaced with the Taprite Flare shut-off, Item Number:?
A: Yes, They can be interchanged on the regulator without issue
Q: Can the barb fitting be replaced with a 1/4 in male thread end and if so do you have the part?
A: We don't currently offer a shut off valve that has a 1/4" barb that will fit on a Taprite regulator.
Q: Can I replace the barb with a hex nipple, your part Item Number:91-1156? this will make it easier to connect to my manifold.
A: The barb on the shut off valve is not a 1/4" NPT, so this hex nipple can be used on the regulator opening, but just between the shut off and the barb on the end
Q: will 1/4" I.D. hose fit on the barb or will I need to use different barb? If I need a different barb, do you sell them?
A: The barb size that comes on the regulator would fit 5/16" ID tubing. We do sell a shut off that can be used with 1/4 or 3/16" ID tubing that can be found on part number 73-3722
Q: Is there a model number associated with this? Is the 5/16" barb fixed or is it threaded ?
A: Model number is 742 HP and the barb itself is fixed but the shut off valve is threaded into the regulator body
Q: I already have this regulator, to make a dual body regulator which other regulator should I purchase and what to attach them?
A: This item c384-6618bl-2 is used to connect them. Just purchase the single gauge regulator to accomplish this also.
Q: Do you have to push the bonnet back in after adjustment?
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