Originally Posted by UNOmar
So, it's hard to tell from their description and I just obtained my keggerator and haven't had a chance to play around with it yet. Do the cooler temps cause the regulator to react slower or read differently? If the latter is there any sort of temperature/pressure conversion table?
The output pressure will react more slowly to changes made due to the cold, but when it stabilizes 12 psi is 12 psi. The tank pressure however, will change based on the temperature that the tank is sitting at. As long there is liquid in the tank the pressure will stay the same, for a given temperature, until all of the liquid has been vaporized. Once only vapor exists, the pressure will drop rapidly.
CO2 has a direct pressure/temperature relationship that can be seen in the chart below.