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Re: [APD] CO2 regulator to CO2 tank connection washer
Scott, most of us have teflon tape in our toolbox (from replacing
why couldn't he wrap the washer he has (bending the tape around it on
a couple of revolutions) to where it's "teflon coated." Would this work
as a stopgap
till he gets the teflon washers? Maybe it wouldn't hold up very well,
and it might not
fit after he does this....
S. Hieber wrote:
>Human Symptoms: First you start wondering about washers,
>then you start wondering about CO2 posioning.
>It won't hurt you unless there is so much inthe room, that
>the O2 is displaced to less than something like 14%. Not
>liekly to happen. In the event of fire, folks empty a tank
>of CO2 quite rapidly without aphyxiation.
>Fish symptoms: "gasping" at water surface. Amazing
>stillness. Puffy, bactrial decay inside and out.
>--- Tom Wood <tomwood2 at flash_net> wrote:
>>It was provided by the gas supplier, looks like black
>>fiber of some sort.
>>The original was white nylon I think. I'll ask for an
>>upgrade when I get a
>>refill. This seems dangerous though, I wonder what the
>>symptoms are for low
>>grade CO2 poisoning.
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