I'm about to place an order for my 3 keg system but am hoping for your all's confirmation regarding CO2 regulator valves.
A photo of my dual regulator is attached to the post.
I would like to make this usable for 3 kegs w/ 2 unique pressures.
The suggested pieces:
-3 x Gas Shut-off valve - 1/4 NPT x 5/16 Hose Barb with check valve ( http://www.ritebrew.com/product-p/843684.htm
-1 x Y-Splitter ( http://www.ritebrew.com/product-p/843471.htm
The idea would be to first remove the current threaded valves and then replace one with a gas shut-off valve, the other with the y-splitter. Y-splitter would be furthest from tank hook-up as it'll be lower pressure at all times, non-split valve may force carbonate at times.
Although it may seem obvious, if you all could chime in to make sure this approach is the most direct and cost effective, I'd be super appreciative. If anything doesn't make sense, I'll be happy to clarify.