Nope. Or at least not as is. I've done a little research on this kit, and the company which makes them.
Their website; http://www.up-aqua.com/index.htm ... They are called UP Aquarium Supply, and are a complete nightmare to google, as up and aquarium are so common! Look for 'CO2 system for charming aquarium' on the 2nd row down and thats a more detailed look at the set.
Anyway, I plan to give that set a go myself, but only after I sell a few things on ebay to get some funds, that way it doesnt really hurt if its not that good.
If you did go that route, there is an upgrade in the long run. A converter can be bought that lets you use 22mm threads (ie FEs) but you'd have to find some one who stocks it. I believe the Aussie forum sponser sells it for aus$25, which would be Â£13 before any delivery.
Oh, and one last thing, I've noticed also that most of the regs which are sold on ebay (from hong kong and the like) which have solenoids are actually made by this company. I beleive nry bought one not so long ago and he seems happy with the quality.
I guess it depends what size tank you have or plan to have. Anything over 60-80l and and each cylinder wouldnt last very long.
You should be able to buy disposable bottles of co2 for that at around Â£13 tops for a 390g size from a welding suppliers.
A reg with a standard thread, so you can put it on refillable bottles, is best but then you need to find somewhere that will fill up your bottle. Take a look in the swap/sale section of the forum for bottles or fire extinguishers.
hmm, for 100l this set would probably be quite costly in the long run.
Have you thought about using a liquid carbon supplement instead? I use this currently on my 60l, and it been doing well. The biggest issue is remembering to dose it. I've made up an all-in-one EI fert so dose both of these daily. I could probably do it every other day but I start missing a day, then double dosing etc....
If you are wanting to go the FE route, the cheapest reg & solenoid combo I found was the Wave reg from First Stop Aquatics.
If you are short on money then it might be best to sort your flow out first and dose the Liquid Carbon then invest in the FE route later.