Matt F.;61288 said:That looks like it could be an older model number. Could be that Victor doesn't make it anymore. It's single stage regulator, so you won't get the benefits of a dual stage (constant output/working pressure as your tank pressure drops, etc.).
It's better quality than aquarium regulators, though. It's prob even better quality than what most are selling. The reason they don't go with victor, matheson, etc is that they can't make any money off of them. The material cost is so much,
So, if you want to convert it to CO2, I don't see a problem. Buy any normal 1/4" npt cga 320 nut/nipple (stem) fitting and that should work. If it's a large version with enough clearance, you can go with a shorter nipple.
Thanks, I will bring it to the regulator repair here and get me that cga nut and nipple. I also have one of the dual stage regs with the fine thread inlet port. Thanks to the pics in the previous post I will know what I'm looking for. I think I will save the shipping charge and pay for gas to bring it to Phoenix and have it fitted there.
Now, I need to shop around for a solenoid.