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Kegco KC LH-542 Premium Pro Series Dual Gauge Co2 Draft Beer Regulator, Chrome
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- Dual Gauge regulator shows you working pressure and tank pressure
- Chrome Plated Brass Body
- Manual Pressure Release Valve and Pressure Adjustment Knob
- Integral Safety pressure relief valve releases at 45 PSI
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Convenient Design & Durable Brass Construction
Regulator body is constructed of forged brass with all brass connections and components. A large adjustment knob makes it easy to adjust pressure by hand.
Pressure Relief Valve & Shut-Off Valve
A tamper proof safety pressure relief valve releases at 45 psi and a shut off valve allows you to instantly shut off pressure to the keg without backing up gas line.
Top Gauge Measures CO2 Pressure in the Keg
This regulator features two clear, easy-to-read gauges. The top gauge measures the CO2 pressure in the keg and displays between 0 and 60 PSI.
Side Gauge Measures CO2 Volume in the Tank
The second gauge has a 0-2000 display that lets you know how much CO2 gas is left inside the CO2 tank, so you won't have to worry about running out unexpectedly.
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The Kegco 542 Pro series works with any Co2 Tank with a CGA-320 valve and measures PSI, as well as the volume of the Co2 gas in the Cylinder. The regulator body is constructed of forged brass with all brass connections and components, a sintered brass inlet filter, integrated nylon tank connection washer (and spare) and self resetting safety release valve. Both gauges feature an easy to read design. The top gauge lets you know how much Co2 Pressure is in the keg and displays 0-60 psi. The second gauge lets you know how much Co2 gas is left inside the Co2 Tank and features a 0-2000 display. A large adjustment knob with a lock ring allows gas flow to be changed without the need for a screw driver. This regulator includes a tamper proof safety pressure relive valve that releases at 45 psi. There is also a shut off valve that allows for instantly shutting off pressure to the keg without backing up your gas line.
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It holds pressure well enough, and seems to be accurate, but the valve is incredibly hard to turn even with appropriate tools, and there seems to be an issue with the blow-off valve. It seems to be set at 50PSI, which is fine, but sometimes when first pressurizing to 40 or even 30 PSI the blow off valve releases and begins gassing off the pressure from the tank. It can become quite annoying.
This regulator will work with a few annoyances, but if you want hassle free operation, spend a little more money on a slightly better product.
I purchased this for my 4 keg kegerator. I home brew quite a bit and have had this kegerator for quite some time. The regulator that I used previously was a Taprite. It worked well but I bought it used off e-bay. Over time, my beers were not consistently carbonated, at least not up to my standard. I suspect that it was old and that it was nearing the end of its life, since they do wear. Thats two years after I got it off ebay.
I purchased this guy as the replacement. I put it into use and here are my talking points:
1) The adjustment know is extreamly sensitive. A minute turn will change the pressure by 10 PSI
2) I would set the pressure at 11 - 15 psi, good for force carbonating beer. I would return later to a regulator that is displaying a pressure of 40 - 60 psi. Unacceptable.
Overall I would not recommend this product. Don't buy it if your looking to have finely tuned carbonation.
Not usually one to write negative reviews but this project was seriously defective. Sadly it was past the return timeframe to get a refund.
After 3 CO2 tank refills at $12 a pop and multiple attempts using plumber's tape and putty to isolate and fix the leak in my system I finally threw in the towel and purchased a better product.
The Kegco brand will be on my do not buy list hence forth. Alarm bells should have sounding off once I unpacked the product and noticed there were no QA stickers on the gauges and pressure points. The brand outsources almost all components and manufacturing and quality along with reliability suffers immensely.
One good thing: Amazon is the best there is for returning damaged items. No hassle. No holdup. Just good service.
I could not be more dissapointed and dissatisfied with Kegco and amzon on this. I dont feel so bad about "settling" on the less expensive Edgestar kegerator anymore.
Most recent customer reviews
regulator is useless -- doesn't properly regulate pressure. come back to it the next day, and the output pressure drifts like 15 psi and needs to...Read more