Does Rex Grigg's CO2 tubing works well with GLA inside-the-tank Atomizer diffusers?

pepetj

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I'm into purchasing GLA's Atomizer diffusers. I have been using Rex Grigg's CO2 tubing which I figure would handle the 30+psi those diffusers require to work. Problem is I don't know it the diameters (internal and external) of Rex Grigg's CO2 tubing will attach well or not to those nice CO2 diffusers.

Have any of you have tried this combination?

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Yes, it should work. I think he used to get it from the same distributor where I get my parts. Does it have Clippard stamps on it? It is probably the urh1-0804. It is 1/8" id, 1/4" od and rated upto 105 psi.
 

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yikesjason;62800 said:
Yes, it should work. I think he used to get it from the same distributor where I get my parts. Does it have Clippard stamps on it? It is probably the urh1-0804. It is 1/8" id, 1/4" od and rated upto 105 psi.

Indded it has "Clippard URH1-0804" printed in it. Thank you yikesjason.

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