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Cream Dispenser Gas Regulator Instructions

Notes of importance

Only 500ml or 1L Metal Head or Stainless Steel cream dispensers are to be used with 580 – 615g canisters. Using any dispenser below this size may cause injury to the user and may also cause the smaller volume dispenser to explode due to over pressure.
Step 1:
Checking your canister and regulator for damage.
When you receive your canister it is always best practice to inspect the canister for damage before use. The main thing to inspect is the outlet valve making sure it is not bent, missing, or any other defect which could potentially cause the canister to malfunction and the regulator to fail. When inspecting the regulator the main things to look for is splits/cuts/frayed or any damage to the flexi hose. Damage to the pressure gauge or any physical damage which may cause failure.

Step 2:

Connecting the flexi hose and main regulator, Please see image 1.
The regulator will be received in 2 pieces, the flexi hose and the main regulator; to connect these two together you will look for the small diameter end of the hose. This small diameter connection is the one which attaches to the main regulator. Screw the hose on to the regulator making sure the threads do not become cross threaded. If you find it too stiff to turn it is probably cross threaded and you will need to unscrew and realign. The connection needs to be hand tight and no wrench or spanner should be used as this may break the thread. Please see image 2.

Step 3:
Connecting the regulator to your canister.
The first thing to check before connection is making sure the valve is in the closed position. Doing this will stop gas dispensing during connection. Once you have confirmed the valve is closed you need to locate the inner thread of the regulator which is on the bottom directly beneath the open//close tap. This is the end which connects to the canister. As above please make sure the threads are not crossed and do not use any wrench or spanner as this needs to be hand tight. Please see images 3 ,4, 5.