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Beer and Beverage Tap Regulators

  • Why That Extra Foam? Know How to Use Your Beer Regulators

    This monster-like thing inside your Kegregator controls almost everything in your draft beer system except the temperature. Gas cylinders contain carbon dioxide at a pressure measuring in the hundreds of pounds per square inch. The beer keg CO2 regulators allow you to control the gas flow from the cylinder into beer via the keg as it is dangerous to work with.

    Beer Tap Regulators

    Adjusting the pressure going into the keg is just a matter of turning the gas on with the cylinder valve, closing the shut-off valve that is connected to the hose going to the keg and then turning the screw clockwise in order to decrease the pressure.

    Tired of a Foamy Beer? There is a 95% possibility that it’s a temperature problem. Also, the way you pour your beer is responsible for the extra foamy beer. Ensure quick opening of the faucet with one quick steady motion not partially or too slowly and you will get just the correct amount of foam.

    Before that, you must understand how to set your gas and regulator. Read the following instructions clearly and you are sure to compete with the professional bartenders:

    Step 1: Make sure that the cylinder is held upright (don’t rely only on the hose) as otherwise the unregulated gas will escape creating a chaotic situation all around.

    Step 2: Clean the contamination from the valve. Turn the pressure adjusting knob fully in a counterclockwise direction and close the shut off valve.

    Step 3: Mount the regulator on the cylinder and tighten it with a wrench. Ensure that the gauge faces you and the outlet is facing down. The regulator outlet fitting is ready to be connected to the product gas house.

    Step 4: Open the cylinder valve and the shut off valve on the regulator fully to check for any leaks.

    Step 5: It’s time to set the pressure. Slowly turn the adjustment knob clockwise until the desired operating pressure is shown by the output gauge on the regulator.

    The CO2 beer Kegregator regulator for home dispense is an exciting way to enjoy a professionally foamed up the beer glass in a home setting. JTC Valve Sales stocks beer and beverage tap regulators with detailed instructions for you to experience a professional drink at your convenience. We have a good stock of high pressure double gauge nitrogen & CO2 beer regulators. Place an order and it will reach you the same day!

  • Draft Beer Equipments, Tap Beer Regulators Are Most Crucial!

    The winter is at the fag end, very soon we will be facing the dreaded summer of USA and find solace in tap beer. Why not brew your own beer and party with family/friends when you feel like? Brewing beer is not as complicated as it sound, especially if you have the right equipment. A brief about the beer brewing set to quench your thirst!

    Tap handle : It is also called as the faucet handle, the lever when pulled forward pours the beer is screwed into the draft beer faucet

    Draft beer faucet : it is the tap from which the beer is dispensed. There are different qualities of draft beer faucets available with different features

    Shank : This part connects the beer line to the faucet. It is usually a chrome plated brass tube

    Beer line: A piece of food grade plastic tubing, which connects the rear end of the shank to the keg coupler

    Keg coupler: The keg coupler is attached to the flange atop the keg to let the gas in

    Air line: Is a food grade tubing that connects the regulator to the coupler for air flow that helps in dispensing the beer

    Regulator: The regulator connects the beer dispenser parts to the CO2 or nitrogen tank, which ensures that the brew is dispensed at the correct pressure and lets you know how much gas is remaining in the tank for dispensing efficiency.

    Why the regulator is crucial for beer brewing?

    The amount of gas dispensed into the beer determines the taste and stability of the draught beer. Different beers require different gases to be blended to develop the flavor for that beer. A nitrogen beer like Guinness will have a lesser percentage of carbon dioxide and more of nitrogen. Different pressures are required to dispense the different kinds of beers. A higher pressure is required for stout beer to acquire a creamy, cascading froth. The right blend of CO1 and nitrogen applied at the correct pressure will give a high quality beer that tastes great.

    Types Of Tap Beer Regulators:

    To serve a great tasting beer, use beer tap gas regulators available at JTC Valve Sales. Each regulator, manufactured by Taprite, used for beer and beverage dispensing is designed to provide maximum gas flow, to operate at ranges as required and tested in accordance with UL standard 252 and UL252A. Click here now, as your search  for the right beer regulators begins here.

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