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Re:CO2 manifolds

At 03:48 PM 1/7/02 -0500, "Anthony Baker" <bakera506 at earthlink_net> wrote:

>I would like a fairly inexpensive way to split CO2
>between my existing 60 and soon-to-exist 29G.  Does
>anyone have a design to build a 2-tank manifold from
>Home Depot parts?

Actually, it is even simpler than that.   If you use one of my systems, all 
you need is a separate needle valve for each diffusor.   You make your own 
manifold out of CO2 tubing and Tees with a pair of scissors.   I include 
the needed hose, adapters and tees with each needle valve/diffusor 
combination.   If you can configure the parts you use correctly, you can 
probably use the same idea.

Dave Gomberg, San Francisco       gomberg at wcf dot com
http://www.wcf.com/co2iron for low cost CO2 systems that work!