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Gas regulators, along with CO2 tanks and a bunch of tubes, form an integral part of any draft beer dispensing system. Since beer cannot be dispensed properly without gas (CO2 or, in some cases, nitrogen), choosing a proper beer gas regulator for the system may become an issue - for some, but not for you.
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There are a few types of gas regulators available on the market and knowing the difference might help you to make the right choice.
Primary Gas regulator
The basic primary CO2 regulator helps control the pressure coming out of the tank so that one 5-lb CO2 tank can be used to dispense up to 8 half-kegs. These regulators come in two different varieties:
If you are dispensing Guinness or other nitrogen-based beers, you need a nitrogen regulator, which works essentially the same as its CO2 counterpart with one little difference: it features a female stem to attach to a nitrogen tank.
Alternatively, you can get a nitrogen converter piece (like this CO2 Bottle to N2 Regular Adapter available from us) and use a standard CO2 gas regulator.
Secondary Gas Regulator
With this type of regulators, you will be able to dispense multiple kegs at different pressures. They come equipped with 2 to 5 dials to monitor and regulate the beer regulator pressure separately for each keg.
If you want to dispense multiple kegs all at the same pressure, you will need a distribution bar (like this 4-Way Air Distributor also available from BeverageCraft), which is basically a large splitter.
Not being a highly sophisticated piece of equipment, a gas regulator, nevertheless, consists of a few distinct parts you should be aware of in order to use it properly.
Here are the main parts of a gas regulator:
As for the optimal pressure, most beers need to be dispensed at 10-15 PSI (for systems using CO2) or 30-40 PSI (for systems using nitrogen).
The answer to that question is of course BeverageCraft.com. We offer a wide variety of gas regulators for both CO2 and N2 tanks, adapters, tools, replacement parts and more.
All of the items are factory-tested, commercial-grade products guaranteed to fit any draft beer dispensing system.
If you are looking for a particular beer gas regulator and haven’t found it on our website, please write to us at email@example.com to inquire about availability. We have new arrivals every week and are always here to help.