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Started by cruiscinlan, December 09, 2015, 06:36:32 pm
Quote from: Shanna on December 09, 2015, 08:01:12 pmWould the regulators be able to handle 75%/25% No2/Co2 mix? If yes provisionally I would be interedted but before I commit would you be able to provide some idea of the price?
Quote from: CH on December 09, 2015, 08:41:57 pmFor sale regularly second hand for 50 in good nick, 30-40 otherwise, in pub use they need to be calibrated every 12 months for us 3-4 years
Quote from: Will_D on December 09, 2015, 10:52:45 pmThe standard BOC gold regs usually only have only a bottle contents gauge fitted ( Green starts at 220 bar and falling).Under the red plastic seal in CHs picture is an allen grub screw that sets the presure. The Guino/Heino engineers use a digital pressure gauge to set the dispense pressue depending on the length of the python. There is no magic set pressure.If you are lucky enough to obtain one of these then you can set the pressure to suit your python.
Quote from: CH on December 10, 2015, 12:09:46 amWell thats how the rest of us using mixed gas are serving it , admittedly we all have restrictors on our taps and thats the first reg I've seen without a fill gauge.I'm not totally sure but there may be a min or optimal pressure to get max performance from stout through the pin plate in the head of a stout tap and any surge is controlled with restrictor valve
Quote from: auralabuse on December 10, 2015, 10:50:04 amHead over to eBay, type in argon regulator, then also get a female half or quarter inch bsp with barb, (depends on the output of the reg) and your sorted for a fraction of the price
Quote from: CH on December 10, 2015, 10:50:04 amUsing mixed gas is an expensive way to carb as the No2 isnt absorbed so 50 or 75 depending on the mix is wasted, carb on Co2 and serve with No2