Nick593 said:Three questions;
One; Is this addition safe and suitable?
"EDIT - this has been suggested as a replacement for the push fit connector and as it has a needle value built it removes the need for the co2 hosting between the reg and needle value. I've not tried it but it would make the whole system a lot simpler.
http://www.hosefit.co.uk/catalog/produc ... cts_id=778
I hope this is of help to some people.
Two; Can the CO2 simply and safely be turned off at night with no fuss and bother (despite having to re-adjust it in the morning). Will use a bubble counter.
and three; Can someone give a rough estimate on how long a cylinder will last in a 180l tank (this is why I'm looking to shut it off at night as it doesn't have any use).
Themuleous said:EDIT - 2/2/2011
Following some recent threads I've found that Lunapet post a needle value to the UK for just 2 euro's. So you can have the co2 tubing connector and needle value built into the same attachment and for aorund £10. This is the one I've mentioned later on in the this thread and I've used in my system
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Feinnadelventil-N ... 20addf0baf
davem said:Thanks Keith. So this attatches to the regulator? Sorry if a I'm asking silly questions but I've got a tad confused with all the other options from the original list :?
|Disposable Gas Bottle, Cheap alternative?||Carbon Dioxide (CO2)||11|
|M||Use pressurised CO2 and liquid together?||Carbon Dioxide (CO2)||9|
|Co2 art||Carbon Dioxide (CO2)||13|
|F||Next stage, co2||Carbon Dioxide (CO2)||1|
|D||Fine tuning CO2||Carbon Dioxide (CO2)||3|
|Providing 'just enough' CO2||Carbon Dioxide (CO2)||48|