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Re: Needle valves in CO2 systems poll

Dave Gomberg wrote:
<<<I have heard many on this list claim great value for the use of a needle
valve in a pressurized CO2 system.  >>>

Why don't we take a little poll Dave? Let's see how many people actually use 
the needle, metering, etc. valve setup. It seems that the divide is a bit 
uneven - with Dave and his "high-pressure" system on one side and everyone 
else with a "low-pressure" system on the other. I think it would be a great 
help to see what exactly people use on their pressurized CO2 systems. So 
here are the questions for those who use any type of valve (metering, 
needle, etc.)-

1)Describe your CO2 setup.
2)What valve do you use (company name, part number, etc.)?
3)How long have you been using this type of setup?
4)Have you experienced any problems with this setup?
5)If you could change something(s) about your current setup, what would it 
6)What cV flow rates do you use?

The better you can describe your setup and experience with it the better off 
some newbies will be in deciding if that type of setup is for them. If I 
missed any relevant questions feel free to add it.

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