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Re: That's It (CO2 Systems)
Lyndle Schenck wrote, in rebuttal of a comment made by Dave G.:
"I have to disagree with you on your cost projection for the avoidance
Gawd, is there _any_ comment anyone can make around here that someone is not
going to dispute?
Lyndle, I'd _really_ be interested in the results you are able to obtain
from the use of this "mini regulator" as the pressure within your CO2
cylinder falls. With a single stage regulator, the output pressure will rise
as the cylinder pressure decays and this information is usually available
from the manufacturer. The magnitude of this rise in pressure varies from
regulator to regulator, and while price is an indicator, it isn't a
guarantee that the output can be held stable as the cylinder empties. With a
typical two stage regulator, the output pressure rise as cylinder pressure
drops is usually at least an order of magnitude smaller than a single stage
model and in some cases is considered negligable.
I'd be interested in knowing what you are disputing in Dave's comments - can
your "mini regulator" hold a final output pressure as cylinder pressure
decays, and/or how much of a rise is observed as cylinder pressure decays?
Or are you just claiming that its cheap (as in inexpensive)?