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Old 07-05-2011, 09:00 PM   #11
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Yooper's plan will work, but you could also look into a lower-input regulator to step down from the RB pressure to the beer pressure and put that inside the fridge.

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Yooper's plan will work, but you could also look into a lower-input regulator to step down from the RB pressure to the beer pressure and put that inside the fridge.
Keep in mind, there is a limit to how low of a pressure differential a secondary regulator will handle and still regulate properly. Generally, beverage secondaries have a 200psi input limit, and a 100psi or so run to them for a 60psi max output They may work with a 20psi differential and still maintain accurate pressures, but running a 12psi line to one keg with a splitter to a secondary reg and setting it to 9psi will not work reliably.
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