On the other hand, if your keg has a problem maintaining the same pressure, you may need to use a secondary regulator. A secondary regulator can run more than five kegs from another gas tank. Whether you get a secondary regulator or not, the pressure should be maintained between 10 and 15 PSI for carbon dioxide tanks while nitrogen tanks should have a pressure between 30 and 40 PSI.
A regulator might be small but it can perform its functions for a long time. Make sure that the air tank is always kept upright otherwise it can damage the regulator which can temporarily affect the dispensing capabilities of your draft system until you find a replacement.
Here at Ontario Beer Kegs, we have a wide selection of regulator accessories that you can choose if you want to repair or replace old parts of your draft system. From the smallest tank nuts, to a dual gauge guard, we have everything covered. We make sure that you don’t have to look elsewhere to find the right accessories for your regulator.