We conduct this test on EVERY regulator before we send them to our customers.
- The mini regulator is the most delicate part of our systems. The rest of the system is pretty much bullet proof and will last for generations.
- By it's nature with a lot of small moving parts and susceptibility to damage by liquid you do need to be more careful with your handling of the mini regulator.
- This is a quick video on how to test yours is working correctly if you suspect you have an issue.
- Always check all connections in your system are tight and not leaking before leaving a regulator attached and turned on as you will quickly waste gas if there is one.
- There is the possibility of leaks from the the adapter where the gas screws in and around the bolt labelled 1.8k on the rear, these two can be fixed by tightening those nuts.
- A gas leak from under the black adjustment knob which you can find by using soapy water around the gap is a rare manufacturing fault that we find in approx 1 in every 500-600 regulators.