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**To**:**Aquatic-Plants at actwin_com****Subject**:**Re:CO2****From**:**FocaIPoint at aol_com**- Date: Fri, 8 Sep 2000 10:42:40 EDT

<< You may be missing the high pressure gauge. No need to weigh the tank, just look at the gauge once a week or so. While there is still liquid CO2 in the tank, the tank pressure stays constant (900 PSI or so). When enough CO2 has been used, the liquid is gone and you are left with pure gas >> Thanks George. That first gauge reads a constant *60 Bars* -- which I assume is 60 x the barometric pressure at sea level. Yes?, and should I also presume that that 1.3 on the second gauge which I can control with a knob in the middle) is the working pressure of 1.3 barometric stepped down from 60? And then there is the needle valve for accurately controlling the bubble output. David

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