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It comes fitted for CO2 with a female CGA-320 nut. To use it with a high pressure tank such as Argon, Nitrogen or Beer Gas, you will need an adapter (not included) for the male CGA-580 nut needed for those type of tanks.
The regulator has a large body for high flow rates and comes with a precision diaphragm for more accurate adjustment. The Regulator also has a large adjustment knob for easy adjustment.
MKIII is the third model of this robust regulator brought to market by Keg King of Australia.
The new MKIII regulator has all the advantages of the older MKII model but several internal improvements have been made to make the regulator even more reliable.
Keg King is the registered business name of MCH Australia based in Melbourne. From their Melbourne offices, two warehouses, and factory, they specialize in providing innovative, high quality and cost effective home brewing and beer dispensing equipment since 2010. Their mission is to make the best home brewing and keg dispensing gear in the world. From engineering to manufacturing, and marketing to distribution---Keg King is a global leader in homebrewing with everything you need to brew and dispense the best brews you have ever tasted.
Their line of Kegmaster Series 4 kegerator fridges makes serving beer on tap at home simple and affordable. From commercial breweries to home breweries, Keg King supplies equipment supported by knowledgeable staff, with ongoing improvements and upgrades from their engineering department.
Their bottom line is simple. They love good beer and strive to support the craft and home brewing communities with education, sponsorship and unique products to make each brew day easier and our beers even tastier.
The regulator does NOT come with a shutoff valve. You may consider purchasing and installing one: Shutoff/Check Valve
If you choose to remove the factory installed hose barb (which does not have shutoff or check), please place the regulator in a vice and use a tightly fitting box wrench to remove the barb. The shutoff/check valve should be wrapped with teflon tape and installed in the same place.