I'm working on my kegerator/keezer that is going to hold 6 kegs. 1 is going to be on nitro and the other 5 on co2. I have a dual body co2 regulator so I can have kegs carbonating and serving at the same time. I intend on having a 5 way distributor from my co2 tank for serving pressure and a 2 or 3 way distributor for carbing pressure. To save space and also be able to switch gas lines due to having both pin and ball lock kegs, I'd like to use a quick disconnect system for my manifolds.
I'm looking into something like this Legacy Coupler
as it is rated for pneumatics and has a max pressure of 300 psi (way higher than I would ever need) Essentially, what I'm think is, put one of these on each of my manifold outlets and the opposite end on each of my gas lines so I could easily move and swap them around.
I'm curious to know if anyone has any comments, concerns, or past experiences. I wouldn't use them for my beer lines but rather threaded pin and ball lock connectors.