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Re: C02 Regulator
> Date: Mon, 12 May 1997 13:47:38 -0400 (EDT)
> From: Griff1324 at aol_com
> Subject: CO2 REGULATOR
> This is the e-mail someone wrote me today:
> Subj: CO2 REGULATOR
> Date: 97-05-12 11:56:28 EDT
> From: hgw at wwfactory_com (Harold Wong)
> To: Griff1324 at aol_com
> I have new 0-30 lbs two stage regulators for $45 and used ones for
> 25. Let me know if you're interested.
> I want to set up a DIY CO2 system with a 5lb CO2 bottle. I am currently
> looking to buy a regulator and this is the mail this guy sent me. I
> know much about CO2 regulators and systems yet (i currently am using
> and yeast) and would really appreciate it if someone could tell me if
> the type of regulator i would need!!!
> Chris Simmons
> aka...Griff1324 at aol_com
I don't pretend to know about such things, but here is an item from an
American Science & Surplus catalog of a few months ago:
Most trols live under bridges and harrass passerbys, but the Accu-Trol from
Western Enterprises is a handsome brass gas regulator that works with the
twist of a nut, controlling the amount of compressed gas that goes from the
1/2" dia. STD threaded straight pipe input to either of (2) ouputs, a 1/4"
STD straight pipe male output or a 1/4" STD female output with an insert
plug. (2) 2-3/4" dials measure gas flow precisely: one registers flow from
0-30 psi (0-200 kPa), the other from 0-4000 psi (0-28,000 kPa)
26378 (the stock number) Gas Regulator $19.50/each.
If these are still available, they can be ordered at (708) 982-0870.
Presumably somebody at that number can discuss them more intelligently than
this description from the catalog.