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KL15035 instead of secondary reg

Started by lkeoghs, February 17, 2022, 11:52:38 AM

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lkeoghs

Secondary CO2 regulator bulkhead units seem to be almost impossible to pick up, so has anyone ever tried to use numerous KL15035 in-line regulators in their place to have different pressures to different kegs? Anything to watch out for or a reason I'm thinking of that they wouldn't work?


DEMPSEY

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DEMPSEY

These are handy as a regulator to control a gas feed for a serving beer.
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lkeoghs

That's the one I was asking about. I have 4 of them already but have never used them on the gas lines. If they're ok to use instead of a proper 3 outlet bulkhead regulator (like the one linked below) then that's bang on. I've never seen anyone in videos or anything using the little white ones but maybe the proper ones are easier to get in the US and Southern Hemisphere.

https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTVixKQdBt2inE41KUwjyR3_QxH97ojaBcDsQ&usqp=CAU

DEMPSEY

That looks to do the job already but yes you can add these on too.
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