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industrial co2 cylinder in out door

Unread postby neilthirumuttam » Mon May 20, 2013 10:53 pm

HI MATES

This time seeking a help

I bought a industrial CO2 cylinder and a regulator from aq shop

i wish to use co2 in my out door too
so plans to buy splitters controllers diffusers and tubing for OUTDOOR use
Which type best for out door use ?

will you be please to share your idea?
thanks advanced

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Re: industrial co2 cylinder in out door

Unread postby neilthirumuttam » Sat Jun 08, 2013 8:26 pm

Finally started
bought polyurethane tube
a common regulator
stainless steel controllers and splitters

checking some least cost industrial stuffs too coolbig

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Re: industrial co2 cylinder in out door

Unread postby neilthirumuttam » Sun Jun 09, 2013 8:23 am

hi mates,
i just placed the cylinder behind the tank.
for start up just bought a ordinary regulator,
few meter tube and a diffuser.

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any one have idea reg Various Polyurethane PU Tubing Tube Hose Pneumatic Air CO2 Resistant @ cheaper rate in market?
like......CO2 Quick Push Fittings..... Moisture-Resistant Polyethylene Tubing 200PSI Max etc..
waiting for your valuable reply.
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Re: industrial co2 cylinder in out door

Unread postby saikumar » Sun Jun 09, 2013 8:34 am

Regulator looks deadly!
You plan to compromise on safety against money?

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Re: industrial co2 cylinder in out door

Unread postby neilthirumuttam » Sun Jun 09, 2013 9:32 am

saikumar wrote:Regulator looks deadly!
You plan to compromise on safety against money?


NO
that regulator is a branded aquarium product without gauge !
only cylinder is industrial

here co2 is needed in out door tanks in which moss/fern/valisnaria are growing
glute is not preferable to those.

you say Industrial fittings are much low quality and safe than branded aquarium products ?

recently happened to read some on Fb regarding a comparison study about T5 tubes

A branded one costs few K osram cost few 100s comparison of light spectrum reveals the result
i wish to use money effective and result oriented
me personally not a fan of brand names thats Y i opened this thread.

thanks for your response
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Re: industrial co2 cylinder in out door

Unread postby saikumar » Sun Jun 09, 2013 9:46 am

Ok, what's the capacity of the regulator? And does it have pressure relief provision? And brand name?

neilthirumuttam wrote:recently happened to read some on Fb regarding a comparison study about T5 tubes

A branded one costs few K osram cost few 100s comparison of light spectrum reveals the result
i wish to use money effective and result oriented

is it possible that you dint read the climax of the fB post?



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Re: industrial co2 cylinder in out door

Unread postby deepesh » Sun Jun 09, 2013 11:51 am

Industrial ones should be pretty safe as long as your source is trustworthy. Manufacturing this stuff is high capital investment so manufacturers don't experiment much and conform to regulations, I assume.

You guys should see what goes on with oxygen tanks in government hospitals. In comparison hobbyists handle these co2 cylinders e with kid gloves. That's not to say one should take chances, just that these are safe and durable, again as long as your source is trustworthy.
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Re: industrial co2 cylinder in out door

Unread postby neilthirumuttam » Sun Jun 09, 2013 5:19 pm

saikumar wrote:Ok, what's the capacity of the regulator? And does it have pressure relief provision? And brand name?

neilthirumuttam wrote:recently happened to read some on Fb regarding a comparison study about T5 tubes

A branded one costs few K osram cost few 100s comparison of light spectrum reveals the result
i wish to use money effective and result oriented

is it possible that you dint read the climax of the fB post?



thanks for your response
keep posting here

na..... im gonna stop posting... backparise


hi friend,

me not much experienced with co2 systems
this is very first time im using this
b4 doing any thing i posted here on Mon May 20, 2013 10:53 pm
nobody responded till you done.

on the regulator there is no punching of brand name
i remember that it have capacity 0 TO 3000 PSI printed on its packing....... not sure..... next refilling time i shall test it

here it is using for outdoor purpose .
there is a control valve at the top of cylinder itself.
after adjusting the flow I removed its handle

thanks 4 ur attention
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Re: industrial co2 cylinder in out door

Unread postby saikumar » Sun Jun 09, 2013 5:39 pm

Friend, I struggled as much or more. And still things are new to me. Atleast spent days to know what I need.

From what I know, the main valve shouldn't be controller, but must be full open or full close.
outdoor or indoor play safe :)

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Re: industrial co2 cylinder in out door

Unread postby deepesh » Sun Jun 09, 2013 8:25 pm

saikumar wrote:.

From what I know, the main valve shouldn't be controller, but must be full open or full close.
outdoor or indoor play safe :)

All the best, happy gardening

Agreed. The main valve goes to a regulator.
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