Glass bubble counter+check valve

Discussion in 'Carbon Dioxide (CO2)' started by StevenA, 10 Feb 2011.

  1. StevenA

    StevenA Member

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    I have a glass inline bubble counter. Should this go before or after the check valve? And also should it have some water in it like a normal bubble counter?
     
  2. LondonDragon

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    This should go right after the check valve to prevent water from the bubble counter going back into your regulator/solenoid and damaging them.

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  3. StevenA

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    Oh right that makes sense :D Do i have to put water in the bubble counter, or will some just syphon back to it naturally?
     
  4. LondonDragon

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    You need to fill it yourself, it might empty over time and you have to fill it again ;)
     
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    Cool, cheers LD :D
     

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