Noob question, would all this fit together?

Discussion in 'Carbon Dioxide (CO2)' started by durtydurty, 2 May 2008.

  1. durtydurty

    durtydurty Member

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    Right, this is what being bored at work and eBay gets you!!

    The valve I bought thinking it may fit a fire extinghuiser (sp)

    Hopefully attached are pictures of both, Im yet to buy the FE but have bought the regulator.

    Any ideas whether it will or not or is it another ebay purchase that will live if my shed ( read my dad's shed ) forever more! or whether it can be cobbled together to make a workable system

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  2. JamesC

    JamesC Member

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    Afraid it won't fit a fire extinguisher as it's for industrial sized CO2 bottles that you get from places like BOC.

    James
     
  3. durtydurty

    durtydurty Member

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    It was only six quid so not much lost I guess.

    Porr bloke selling the FE is getting fed up with my questions i reckon!! :rolleyes:

    Thanks for the swift response. Guess a six foot high c02 bottle is a little extreme.
     
  4. Themuleous

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    Never!!! Just set up 6 tanks and run them all from the same cylinder ;)

    Sam
     
  5. durtydurty

    durtydurty Member

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    Why didnt I think of that!! LOL

    Back to the drawing board. ;)
     

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