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[APD] RE: CO2 tanks
> From: NYCMags <heavensabvus1 at yahoo_com>
> Subject: [APD] Re: Co2 tank (otherwise known as I can't take it
> To: aquatic-plants at actwin_com
> I can't take DIY Co2 anymore....I have had it.
> Refilling bottles that don't last very long, unstable
> output, trying many different recipes. That's it for
> me. Time for an early Xmas present.
> I have found a place near me that will fill up tanks:
> 16.87 for 20lb and 14.10 for 10lb. Here are some
> tanks I found online:
> They are charging $98.00 plus $14.95 for a brand new
> 20lb aluminum tank, which sounds like a good price to
> me. Has a CGA320 fitting. The local fire
> extinguisher shop is charging $125.00 for a used one.
> I've never had a tank system before, so am wondering
> if this is an appropriate tank? I've also seen
> regulator setups on Ebay for around $75.00. They are
> made by Milwaukee and have a solenoid, bubble counter
> and needle valve enclosed. If I got these two pieces
> would I be set? I am planning on injecting the Co2
> into my Eheim 2026, which has worked well so far (when
> my DIY is not dead or dying, that is).
Not sure where you are at, but I have 15lb tanks for 50$ filled in Northern
Cost 12$ for refills.
If you do tank exchange, steel is fine.
Dlink on goggle posted some places that sold a tank/reg for 99$ that
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