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Kegco Premium Pro Series Dual Gauge Co2 Draft Beer Regulator

by Kegco
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  • 0-60PSI Low Pressure Gauge
  • 0-3000 PSI High Pressure Gauge
  • 5/16" shutoff barb
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Kegco Premium Pro Series Dual Gauge Co2 Draft Beer Regulator + The Carbonater + 5/16" Gas Line Assembly - Ball Lock
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003WX772G
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,838 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Dual gauge Co2 regulator, great for serving beer Has 5/16" barbed shutoff


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Customer Reviews

I emailed Kegco but got The Beverage Factory.
FredL.
I would try adjusting the pressure knob down and it would still climb to 15 psi.
Cooper Maxwell
Seems to be a very high quality, well machines, gauge and regulator.
G. Watson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Nate on March 26, 2012
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The gauge arrived in a cardboard box, and I was disappointed to see the left gauge was bent. After a little bending back, the gauge seemed to work appropriately. I hooked it up to my CO2 tank, and had to spend quite a bit of time adjusting the dial on the front. If you buy this product, start on the lowest setting and SLOWLY work your way up to proper serving psi. Otherwise the relief valve will get pushed out prematurely.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lynn Osti on January 26, 2013
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this on did not work for me the regulator could not adjust the pressure that I needed it to be set at. I may be the only one the item was effective.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Joshua on June 12, 2012
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This is a good unit but wish the listing posted that the barb is a 5/16 barb for the output. Also dont know if it is my unit but had to use a wrench to adjust the pressure valve. But it is a good regulator just had to do minor tweaks to get it to work with my 1/4 gas coupler and get the pressure right.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Scott Bush on April 4, 2013
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The regulator is what it is... a regulator to get CO2 from your tank. You need it, it works--get it.
BUT GET IT FROM The Beverage Factory! These guys were great. My regulator arrived damaged but I didn't know it for a long while--almost 4 months from the time I ordered it. After numerous issues that a friend said were likely due to a faulty regulator I contacted The Beverage Factory and explained my issue. Sight-unseen they stood by their product and warranty and shipped me a new one. That's customer service. It was hassle-free and I'm very excited to have a carbonation system that works right.
Thanks again--you've earned my future business for sure!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S. Hong on January 29, 2013
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I purchased this regulator to make carbonated water at home. We don't drink pop (soda for the non-midwesterners), nor beer. But my kids like H2O type water. So I use this to carbonate 2 liter pop bottles very inexpensively.

The first one that I got had a bent faceplate on the low-pressure gauge. This prevented the needle from going any higher than about 30 psi. I carbonate at 40psi. So I took off the cover to that gauge and bent the metal faceplate backwards to clear the needle. It appears that the two little holes for the mounting screws were improperly located, making the faceplate higher than it should be.

Then after 2 months, the pressure regulator part started not working correctly. It would keep rising pressure until the relief valve dumped pressure. I knew that this meant that it hit the limit of about 50 psi and then dumped.

I emailed the company that sold the product, through the amazon contact seller link, and they apologized and sent out a replacement regulator. I received the replacement regulator within about a week, and this one seems to be working fine.

Time will tell if it starts not regulating, but at least this faceplate is not bent and the needle works just fine.

But for now, we love having very inexpensive carbonated water around. My estimate is upfront cost of the regulator, the hose, or the ball-lock connector, or the ball-lock 2-liter top, or the purchase of a CO2 tank (i bought a 20lb tank), totals to be about $175. This is compared to a soda stream at about $100.

But with a 20-lb CO2 tank, people report they can fill somewhere between 1000 and 1500 2-liter pop bottles of water before having to recharge. Since a recharge is about $20, that brings cost per 2-liter bottle down to about $0.02 per 1.5-liters.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Robert Clarke on April 17, 2013
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I bought this to carbonate my own soda water. Packaging was mediocre - it was wedged into a thick cardboard box with just one air-pillow packaging bag. When it arrived it sort of worked. No matter how far I turned the pressure knob, it only got up to about 18psi output pressure despite about 600psi input pressure. I only used my fingers to turn the knob and my elbow is currently injured so I couldn't even put too much torque on the knob - despite that the knob eventually froze up and would not turn at all in any direction and would not pass any co2 at all either.

I eventually used a wrench, but that still wasn't enough to turn the knob, instead the entire circular plate in the middle came off, exposing a diaphragm like thing underneath. I could push the diaphragm with my fingers but no matter what I did with that, it still wouldn't pressurize the output.

So I gave up, and bought a similar dual-guage regulator from micromatic instead. Costs about the same and I live close enough to one of their warehouses so I didn't even have to ship it, just drove over and picked it up.

There is at least one other review of this product arriving DOA, I wish I had read the 1-star reviews before I ordered.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jerome Kersten on June 25, 2013
This is my second regulator of this type that I purchased. The first broke one week into use and would dispense only 60psi pressure which opened the pressure relief valve and lost all of my Co2. the second was the replacement for the first and lasted 9 months and just started doing the same thing. I will not be buying this regulator again.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Upton O'Goode on September 3, 2012
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This compressed carbon dioxide (CO2) regulator fits on my 5 pound CO2 tank. I use it to make soda at home for pennies per liter (compared to dollars at the store). It works with the following (or similar) Amazon items:

5/16" Gas Line Assembly - Ball Lock
The Carbonater

and

A filled 5 pound carbon dioxide (CO2) tank (can usually be found at a welding supply company).
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