My current setup is:
CO2 tank -> regulator -> barb -> tube -> ball lock disconnect -> keg -> ball lock disconnect -> tube -> barb -> faucet
As the gas tube passes through a hole on the side of my refrigerator, and it is cumbersome to remove either side of that tube (regulator side or keg side), I'd like a way to have the following setup instead to be able to take the CO2 tank away easily:
CO2 tank -> regulator -> barb -> some disconnect -> some disconnect -> tube -> etc.
What do you suggest for the disconnects to use here? The barb on the low pressure side of the regulator could also be something else I guess and then I could have:
CO2 tank -> regulator -> some disconnect -> tube -> etc.
As long as I can disconnect from close to the regulator and not from the keg, that's what I'm looking for. Note that something that stops the flow of gas (like ball locks do) would be ideal because I don't want the keg to push its CO2 out as soon as I disconnect the regulator (I could also disconnect from the keg first, then disconnect from the regulator, but I'd prefer not to).