Q: Can I get this regulator with a valve that has mfl thread on it instead of barbed?
A: The regulator would ship with a barbed fitting but an MFL fitting can be added to the order by adding item # C384-6600C
Q: I am looking for a regulator and adapter so I can refill small bottles of co2 for a sodastream machine The regulator will be for a 10 ib tank. I am in Saskatchewan, Canada. Are there pressure or fill indicator options that would be make the refills work best?
A: While this regulator will show the inlet feed pressure from thelarger tank, and the outlet feed pressure you have set it at, these are not reccomended as the best option for filling Soda Stream of iSoda breanded tanks
Q: What are the parts required and procedure to add a secondary regulator (C384-T1661ST) to this unit (C384-3741T)?
A: The only thing needed other thaty the parts on hand with the regulator would be a left hand to right hand threaded 1/4" pipe nipple to bridge the gap between the regulator bodies
Q: Reviewer said the one he received maxed out at 15 psi. Is that a consistent problem with these? Will you replace if so? I will need 30 psi for my setup.
A: This has not be an ongoing issue and was likely an issue with the gauge on that particular shipment. The gauges do ship with a 30 PSI tolerance.
Q: Which way do you turn the valve to shut the regulator off? It seems reversed compared to all the videos I have watched.
A: The knob on the regulator will need to be turned counter clock wise to reduce the pressure. IF you are referring to the shut of valve that connects to the tube, this will need to be turned to a 90 degree angle to the tubing itself to close off the flow of gas to the tubing
Q: What is the exact part number I need to connect 2 of these to make my own double regulator?
A: It depends on if you are using a regulator where it needs a LHT or RHT. For ours, you can used a 1/4 hex nipple LHT both sides (item# c384-6618bl-2).
Q: Can this product be modified later down the road to a 2 or 3 place dispenser by simply adding additional gauge and adapter tube?
A: There are several ways to do it. You can add on another regulator body using the proper nipple to create a multiple bodied regulator or add a secondary regulator.
Please explain the difference between the two options. Also do you sell the proper nipple to create a multiple bodied regulator? If not what type of nipple is needed?
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Q: Will this fit a standard 24 ounce paintball CO2 tank?
A: You will need the regulator to Paintball Tank Adapter 99-2032. Or the regulator made for paintball tanks 99-4232.
Q: Can this product be modified later down the road to a 2 or 3 place dispenser by simply adding additional guage and adapter tube?
A: There are several ways to do it. You can add on another regulator body using the proper nipple to create a multiple bodied regulator. You can also add a manifold into the gas line to split the output, or add a secondary regulator.
Q: Can I pay an extra $2 and get this with the flare shut off listed below instead of the hose barb?
A: We cannot modify the regulators in house, this would void the manufacturer's warranty. You will need to modify them yourself.
Q: I assume this regulator is made to connect to a CO2 tank correct? So what type of threaded connection is it, CGA-320 or CGA-580? Nitrogen tanks are usually pressurized more than CO2 tanks, but I notice the tank gauge on this regulator goes to 2000psi. I'm wondering if it can be used (maybe with an adapter) for argon/nitrogen for a wine system.
A: This is a standard co2 regulator with CGA-320 thread. This can be used with an adapter ( Item Number: 40-3647 ) for use with a nitrogen tank.