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[APD] U.S. General CO2/Argon Flowguage Regulator
Does anyone have experience with U.S. General's two gauge CO2 regulator #4725? I e-mailed
the customer service listed on the distributor Harbor Freight's web site in order to determine
if it has CGA 320 fittings. This is the response I received (I apologize for the all caps - that's the
way they responded):
THE ARGON REGULATOR THREAD IS .960-14 RH N.G.O.
THE SUPPLIED ADAPTER IS .830-14 RH N.G.O.
THE BARBED END OF THE R8 IS ATTACHED TO THE OUTLET HOSE FROM THE
REGULATOR WITH A HOSE CLAMP. THE OTHER END OF THE FITTING CONNECTS
TO THE GAS LINE(A SMALL PLASTIC TUBE) THAT GOES INTO THE WELDER.
BOTH GAUGES HAVE DUAL SCALES.
ARGON: 8 TO 50 CFM
4 TO 25 LPM
CO2: 100 TO 4,000 PSI
1500 T0 2,800 KPA
My questions are (1) what adapters would one need to use this regulator with a CGA 320 CO2 tank
and (2) what does "1500 to 2,800 KPA" related to the output pressure translate into PSI?
Any insight into this regulator will be appreciated.
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