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Re: THAT's IT!!! (CO2 systems)

From: Stephen Boulet <stepheb at comm_mot.com> 
    Date: Fri, 03 Nov 2000 10:26:22 -0600 
    References: <200011030453.XAA14113 at actwin_com> 

>I currently have Dave Gomberg's high pressure system, which has (from 
>his web site):
>Tank->regulator->check valve->bubble counter->sintered glass diffuser
>Can I slip in the needle valve in this lineup, and if so, where?

I would use a metering valve instead of a check valve.  You might can
find one that has 1/4NPT threads that will screw directly into your
regulator body instead of whatever fitting is currently there.

I think a sintered glass diffuser following a metering valve and
bubble counter would be a great setup, but I have no experience with
it.  The valve will be just barely cracked open, so it oughta protect
the regulator if the pressure somehow goes negative and it starts to