Reducing Tee

Discussion in 'Hardware & DIY' started by zed, 28 Nov 2008.

  1. zed

    zed Member

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    Does anyone know where I can get a reducring tee like the one in the pic, with the main section to take a 25mm tube on either end, and the off-shoot to take a standard co2 line?

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    Thanks
     
  2. Themuleous

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    My local Maidenhead Aquatics sell reducers for pond equipment, you just cut off what you don't need.

    BTW where did you get that photo from? That looks like the perfect in-line co2 injector!!!

    Sam
     
  3. Ed Seeley

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  4. Themuleous

    Themuleous Member

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    Bargain! why didn't I know about these before! (he goes off to hatch a plan, a plan beyond human comprehension, a plan so devious, twisted and strange, that he may not come back alive...)

    Sam
     
  5. Themuleous

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    Shipping is $30 from that guy to the UK!!!
     
  6. Themuleous

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  7. Ed Seeley

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    Well done Sam. I knew I'd seen them somewhere over here. Tim has a load of useful little gizmos you can't get easily elsewhere and his Red Granular food is the best dried food I've ever used! Everything eats it; even stuff that is only supposed to eat live or frozen food.
     
  8. zed

    zed Member

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    Yes, that's the place and cheap as chips. But he doesn't do the 25mm one for my fluval fx5 pipe work. None of the pond stuff I've seen will reduce to a 6mm hose.
     
  9. Ed Seeley

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    If you cant get one then another option is to get a 25mm straight connector and then add your own 4mm join by drilling a small hole and adding one of these 4mm Airline valves. Seal it with some araldite to make sure it doesn't leak.
     
  10. zed

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    Ed - now that's a plan! popped over to teesside koi and picked a up straight connector, and already have a threaded airline connector.

    Thanks ;)
     
  11. Ed Seeley

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    No worries; glad I could help.
     

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