Kegco LHU5S-4 Elite Series Four Product Secondary Regulator

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Kegco LHU5S-4 Elite Series Four Product Secondary Regulator

If you are getting pretty serious with your brewing station and wish to run multiple kegs of the same CO2 tank, then this Kegco secondary regulator may be just what you need. 

This secondary regulator has four manual pressure release valves that release pressure at 55-65 PSI, four large pressure adjustment knobs, and four brackets that allow it to be mounted to a wall or the inside of the keg refrigerator. 

If it wasn't clear enough in the name, you will still need a primary regulator with one output that connects to the secondary using a piece of air line. 

The LHU5S-4 has four 5/16" barbs and four gauges that indicate how much CO2 pressure is inside of each keg which helps you to keep that beer pour nice and smooth.

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Here's the specifications for the regulator:

  • Boasts four stylish black pressure gauges with high-contrast red and white writing and sturdy rubber boots that help protect them from accidental damage
  • Durable chrome-plated body has four gauges and four 5/16" barbs for dispensing four kegs of beer or kombucha at a time
  • This regulator's sophisticated design boasts four bold black gauges with high-contrast red and white text that is both stylish and easy to read. Four matching black plastic handles and black shut-off knobs add to the sleek look.
  • Features manual pressure release valves and internal pressure relief valves that release pressure at 55-65 PSI as when dealing with pressurized equipment, it never hurts to be safe!
  • Connect to standard beer keg tubing.
  • Four large ergonomic adjustment knobs give you the power to make precise pressure adjustments with ease, between 0-60 PSI.
This product also comes in singles, doubles, and triples so you can customize your lock ball keg set up as you like!

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