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control is often built in to the regulator, allowing the gas flow rate to be set and maintained at that level until the cylinder is exhausted.
Max Dog Brewing regulators are suitable for use in Australia, NZ, the UK, the US and Europe even though cylinders of compressed gas in each of these countries all have different connecting valves. When ordering a Max Dog regulator, it is important to specify the country from which the gas cylinder will be sourced.
• Aust/ NZ the fitting is ‘Type 50’ • US the fitting is ‘Type CGA-580’ • UK the fitting is ‘Type BS341-No3’ • EU the fitting is ‘DIN 477’
Max Dog regulators feature a pressure gauge (which indicates the pressure in the cylinder) and a simple click-flow setting control that can be set to 15 liters/min. The plastic tube fits directly on to the regulator outlet.
Note: For Max Dog regulators, cylinder gas pressure should not exceed 18 MPa (2600 psi). Some nitrogen cylinders contain compressed gas at 200 Bar (2900 psi). If this is the case, attach the regulator to the cylinder and allow gas to escape (at 15 or 20 liters/min) until the pressure drops to 2600 psi on the regulator pressure gauge.
Sourcing of suitable cylinder is the responsibility of buyer.