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Victor regulator

Discussion in 'CO2 Enrichment' started by PMD, Jan 9, 2007.

  1. PMD

    PMD Lifetime Charter Member
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    I am planning on upgrading my CO2 system from DIY to pressurized. I am considering this Victor regulator.

    Is this the correct one or is there another model that should be used?


    CF150 Medalistâ„¢ Flowgauge Regulators: 0781-1120
    Qty:
    0781-1120

    * UL listed


    Victor

    * Single stage 150 series
    * Forged brass housing cap
    * Stem type seat mechanism
    * Available in CGA 320 and 580 inlet connections
    * Made in the U.S.A

    Gas Type Argon, Argon/CO2, Carbon Dioxide
    Flow Range Up to 50 CFH Argon, Up to 38 CFH Co2
    Inlet Pressure 3000 psig [Max]
    Inlet Connection CGA 320
    Outlet Connection 5/8 in - 18 RH(F)
    Body Material Forged Brass
    Type Flowmeter
    List Price $87.34 EA

    Best regards,

    PMD
     
  2. VaughnH

    VaughnH Lifetime Charter Member
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    Don't pay any extra to get the flowmeter. We use flow rates so small no flowmeter could possibly measure them. That is what the bubble counter does for us.
     
  3. Tom Barr

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    Victor's are the best regulators around, that's what I use.

    Regards,
    Tom Barr
     
  4. metasyntax

    metasyntax Junior Poster

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    I agree with VaughnH, don't get the flowmeter. I got one, but I traded it in on a regular victor regulator very quickly.
     
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