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Taprite Single Product Secondary CO2 Regulator(60PSI) [T1661ST-10]
Taprite Single Product Secondary CO2 Regulator
Secondary regulators are used when you are attempting to dispense two or more kegs off of the same CO2 tank. A secondary regulator will allow you to regulate the pressure of each keg individually.

Features an MFL threaded output connection (does NOT include a Stainless Steel Barbed Swivel Nut).
Price: $54.99

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Taprite Single Product Secondary CO2 Regulator(60PSI) [T1661ST-10]

  • To protect dispensing systems each regulator has a built-in high volume external safety relief valve factory set to relieve at 55-65 PSIG.
  • Taprite secondary regulators are designed to further reduce pressure from a primary regulator to a proper dispensing level.
  • Internal relief valve opens if the delivery pressure exceeds set pressure by 15 PSIG. This serves as a warning that the seat or diaphragm may be worn and require replacing.
  • Forged brass body for greater durability. Body has enough mass to serve as a heat sink to help prevent freeze up.
  • Body parts are 1/4" NPT (Right hand thread)
  • Outlet fittings feature Taprite 1600 ball type shut-off with 1/4" MFL Threading.
  • 2 1/2" Wide and 6 3/4" Tall.
  • All models have heavy duty stainless steel wall mounting brackets.
  • Working pressure range is 0-50 psi.
  • Non-removable adjusting screw limits maximum delivery pressure to 50 PSIG.
  • Front loading seat assembly is easily replaceable in the field.
  • 60psi Gauge

Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
review connections! April 2, 2015
Reviewer: Nathaniel Heppell from Hamilton, ON Canada  
Understand that taprite has left and right hand threaded regulators, and that you will need to understand how you will make these connections work with your setup.  I needed a right/left nipple and an aftermarket right hand thread gauge to connect this to the taprite dual gauge regulator.

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