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Re: What do you fill a bubble counter with?

>Date: Mon, 05 Apr 1999 21:50:19 -0500
>From: bickford at black-hole_com (Jay Bickford)
>Subject: What do you fill a bubble counter with?
>Hi All!
>I made a DIY bubble counter for my CO2 system, and up to this point have
>it with DI water.  However, I was wondering if there are any other suitable
>materials that don't evaporate or add something toxic to the CO2 stream
that can
>be used as a substitute?  I don't have to refill it all that often, about
>every 3 weeks or so, but was wondering if anyone uses anything different as
>substitute?  What does Dupla recommend to fill their bubble counter with?
I was
>thinking of using mineral oil, or something else along those lines. Does
>know of any reason I wouldn't want to use mineral oil?  What about
glycerin?  Any
>problems with that?

Until now i have just used plain tap water.

But your ideas sound okay to me, i am getting tired of refilling every 3
months or so.

Please tell me about it, if you find something better than water.

With many Thanks

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