simply unscrew it with all the tubing in place, top it up and away you go.
using the JBL bubble counters in the link I put below my post?Did that at the start but it twists the Co2 tube which is pretty sturdy and if you manage to get it off you can't let it un-twist or you'll end up putting it back on twisted once screwed up
using the JBL bubble counters in the link I put below my post?
Here it is again. the whole body unscrews.
I was trying to point you in a different direction; just take the Co2 art one out and use the JBL one.No mate, using the Co2art ones since thats the topic
You can connect the CO2 tubing to the regulator IF you have a non return valve of some description somewhere; whether that's a part of a bubble counter or a separate inline one - I've always used both so it you need to disconnect at any point you can leave the inline one in place and it gives you freedom with your bubble counter to remove, refill etc. (bubble counter then inline non return valve working away from regulator towards diffuser)Is there an alternative bubble counter I can use that fits CO2art's elite regulator?