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Re: CO2 valves & 24v transformers
Dave & Steve:
ARO is a division of Ingersoll-Rand. The site you want to check out for
CO2 valves is:
Phones numbers and valve info is included. If you're lucky to have a
Grainger's (multi-purpose anything you want store) they have a 3000+
page catalog that has the valves including solenoids from ARO and
> Date: Sat, 14 Feb 1998 15:12:17 -0800
> From: Dave Mosley <dxm1 at calweb_com>
> Subject: Re: co2 gauges
> On Sat, 14 Feb 1998 04:41:05, Stephen Pushak wrote:
> > Ok, who knows the Canadian distributor for ARO or Nupro?
> your nearest nupro distributer can be found at swagelock's home page:
> http://www.swagelok.com/enter5.htm (Who to Call)
> i haven't found ARO on the web yet, but a phone call to:
> (419) 636-4242
> will get you the name of the nearest supplier.
Dave & Paul
My 2 cents re: the 24v transformer. Make sure you know what current
rating the power supply can handle. If you build your heater for
greater than 3 amps, it will burn up the standard pre-packaged 24v
transformers that plug directly into 115v socket. They are generally
rated less than 1 amp.
> Date: Sat, 14 Feb 1998 15:16:55 -0800
> From: Paul Nicholson <paul at eisusa_com>
> Subject: Re: 24v transformer
> At 3:48 AM -0500 2/14/98, Dave Mosley <dxm1 at calweb_com> responded.
> >a 24V DC power supply is not all that complicated, but care must be
> >taken in it's design and construction.
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