0-60 psi, 2 gauge,
1 pressure, 1 shutoff -
For all applications using standard C02 gas cylinders.
Regarding FOAMY BEER: If you have a sluggish regulator chances are that you are unable to tell or regulate the pressure on your keg. If the regulator is not properly functioning, the pressure is fluctuating which creates FOAMY BEER. The regulator is like a valve: If your regulator (valve - for the laymen) is faulty, your gas pressure is fluctuating, i.e., the presure goes up and down instead of holding steady, again, the end result is FOAMY BEER. The regulator sets the pressure. Fluctuating gas pressure will cause you to pour FOAMY BEER. A faulty regulator WILL HAVE fluctuating pressure. So there's no going around a faulty regulator if you want to pour "unfoamy" beer...
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