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Elite Series Four Product Secondary Regulator

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Kegco's LHU5S-4 Elite Series Four Product Secondary CO2 Draft Beer Regulator has a bold design with elite functionality. Secondary regulators are used when you are attempting to dispense two or more kegs off of the same CO2 tank at different pressures. This secondary regulator has four manual pressure release valves and internal pressure relief 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. In order to use this secondary regulator, 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.

Kegco LHU51 Design

Bold Design

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.

Kegco LHU51 Performance

Powerful Performance

Four large ergonomic adjustment knobs give you the power to make precise pressure adjustments with ease, between 0-60 PSI.

Kegco LHU51 Durability

Unbeatable Durability

Constructed from sturdy chrome-plated brass, this regulator also features a dependable rubber boot on each pressure gauge to protect the gauges from damage.

Warning WARNING: This product has Brass components. Brass alloys are known to contain trace amounts of Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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are the shut off valves on the regulators also check valves?
by Klyde on August 16, 2020
The shut off valves on this regulator do not have check valves. Most couplers, however, have a check valve on the gas side to prevent liquid from going back up into the gas line.
by Nick on August 17, 2020
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