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Gauge Guard - Kegland Mk4


These are heavy duty industrial protection for your Mk4 regulator (CO2 or N2) (only fits the Kegland Mk4 regulator).

What's included:

  • Heavy duty Gauge guard for Kegland M4 regulator
  • 3 screws to mount the guard to the regulator


They are laser cut and show some signs of manufacture. Don't expect a perfectly finished piece of lovely craftsmanship - but if you want to protect your regulator with a purpose made heavy duty guard - this is for you.

Also great for mounting the regulator in the wall (separate high pressure extension line shown in video not currently available).


From Kegland:

Stainless Steel Gauge Guard for MK4 Regulator (Bump Guard)

Are you like us?  Do you sometimes push in your Kegerator too hard against the wall with the gas bottle on the back?  Maybe you've broken a dial in the process of dropping or transporting your gas bottle with the regulator attached. Or perhaps you're in a busy cafe/bar and someone needs to change over the tank and they drop the regulator, smashing the dial. That's money wasted and time spent without whats on tap.

If you're like us then you need our tough stainless steel regulator bump, bash, smush & drop (within reason)  guard protector.

Designed and built by those who are tired of replacing gauge and getting refills for a simple accident.

Unlike most Gauge Guards/Gauge Cages this particular design is made completely from one piece of 304 stainless steel so it wont rust over time.


- Protect your regulator Gauges from accidents.

- Extremely useful for portable systems.

- Fits the MK4 like a glove

- 304 stainless steel

- Easy to fit in less than 3 minutes

- Made with really thick 3mm stainless plate

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Gauge Guard - Kegland Mk4

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