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Taprite - ITEM # T1683ST

3-Way Secondary Air Regulator - Polycarbonate Bonnet

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This item is on backorder and will ship when it’s available.

This CO2 regulator allows you to run up to three kegs from one tank, even if each keg requires a unique dispensing pressure!


    Oftentimes, you’ll want to run multiple kegs in your draft setup and the beer being dispensed from those kegs needs to be regulated at very specific pressures. This CO2 tank regulator makes it easy to run three kegs off the same air tank.

    Each gauge is attached to a keg and monitors the dispensing pressure for that particular vessel. You can even individually shut off the gauges and cut off the pressure completely if needed.

    This model features a polycarbonate bonnet that is lighter weight, stronger, and more durable in wet environments than zinc bonnet regulators. No special tools are required to raise or lower the CO2 pressure. The cap knob simply pulls out so it can be turned to adjust pressure up or down then pushes back in to lock in pressure.

    Don’t bother buying a separate beer regulator for each keg in your system. Embrace the supreme durability and efficient convenience of this three-way beer regulator instead!

    • Bonnet material is glass-filled polycarbonate
    • 0-60 PSI keg pressure gauge
    • Air shut off switch for each CO2 line
    • High CO2 volumetric flow to insure continuity in product dispensing
    • 10 Micron filter built in to keep contaminants out of regulator
    • Less prone to freeze up problems
    • Gray bonnet
    • Approved by Pepsi and Coca-Cola

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    • Dimensions: 10 1/2”L x 6 1/2”H x 3 1/4”D
    • 5/16" hose barb
    WARNING: This product contains a chemical(s) which is known to the state of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to
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    Easy way to correctly pour several different types of beer.
    neil w on Apr 5, 2019
    Easy way to correctly pour several different types of beer.
    neil w on Apr 5, 2019
    So I can adjust the pressure on each keg.
    John Powell on Sep 23, 2016
    So I can adjust the pressure on each keg.
    John Powell on Sep 23, 2016
    Do I still require a primary regulator with this (Item # T1683ST)? The Features list a 0-2000 PSI tank gauge, but the picture doesn't show one.
    Keith S on Jan 4, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Having a primary tank regulator off the tank is highly recommended for a couple of reasons. You can view your tank capacity with the dual regulator gauge. It is way safer to have regulation directly off the tank than down the line. It also will prevent a pressure shock to the first regulator when you open the bottle. Also I don't believe the regulator guages in the manifold can handle 2000psi. I set my regulator off the tank at 20 psi to feed the manifold. Have no problems adjusting each pressure individually to suit each beverage pressure requirements.
    I am setting up a 3 way secondary regulator system and concerned for leakage. If I shut off the main regulator, will each regulator maintain it's pressure and if there is a leak, that one will draw down?
    Alan W on Jan 29, 2020
    BEST ANSWER: Hi Alan, yes if you shut off the main regulator the others will maintain pressure unless there is a leak. Cheers!
    Will these regulators work with 80% nitrogen 20% CO2 tanks ?
    Michael J on Jun 28, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Michael,These will work along with that tank. You will still need a primary regulator to attach at the tank. This Secondary unit is similar to a splitter, with individual pressure controls. These units are handy if you have brews on tap that require different CO2 serving psi. Cheers!
    What are the air line fitments going in and coming out of the regulator? (5/16, 3/16, etc.)
    Oscar on Apr 13, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: They are 5/16"
    Do these come with 5/16 fittings in and out?
    Thomas C on Jul 16, 2016
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