Harris CO2 Beverage Regulator 3002260

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Code: 3002260

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Cyberweld Price $94.25
Cyberweld Price $94.25
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Inlet:CGA 320 (CO2)

Outlet:Male Hose Barb w/Shutoff Valve

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Harris® 201 CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) Beverage Regulator w/Hose Barb and On/Off Valve 201-100-320i-A-G

The Harris® 201-100-320i-A-G CO2 "Beer Gas" Regulator is made in the USA and comes with a 7 year factory warranty. It features a fully assembled male hose barb outlet with On/Off ball valve. The 201-100-320i is a single-stage regulator with solid brass body and zinc bonnet and is designed specifically for beverage dispensing systems that use CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) gas. The Harris 201 carbon dioxide beverage regulator comes with a hex pressure adjusting screw and has a maximum outlet pressure rating of 100 PSIG.

This quality, long lasting, American-made regulator is an ideal replacement regulator for your Kegorator or similar beverage dispensing system.

  • 7-Year factory warranty
  • Fully assembled male hose barb outlet with On/Off ball valve
  • Encapsulated seat for safety and longer service life
  • Nylon reinforced neoprene diaphragm
  • Integral self-reseating relief valve (175 PSI) to protect critical components
  • High flow rate
  • Made in USA

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    Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    2 reviews
    • CS
      Craig S.
      Verified Buyer
      I recommend this product
      Rated 5 out of 5 stars
      12 seconds ago
      CO2 reg

      Does what I need, at a fare price

    • E
      Verified Buyer
      I recommend this product
      Rated 5 out of 5 stars
      3 years ago
      Great so far

      I bought this to replace a Kegco regulator that stopped working after the very first tank (the pressure would just keep increasing until the safety valve went off). So far this one is working very well. Considering the huge range of regulators that Harris makes, I have a lot more confidence that this one will keep working for a long time.

      One minor difference between the regulator I received vs. the image on the website is that the secondary pressure gauge goes to 150 psi, not 300 psi as shown. This is a good thing since carbonation pressures tend to be quite low.

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