08-04-2003, 05:43 AM
Join Date: Feb 2003
Bah, humbug, Bob Cratchet. I want an exact accounting of the CO2 loss in this bubble counter. I think a foreclosure from First National Bank of CO2 is in order. Do them good.
These stories get stranger and stranger. I inject my CO2 into the inlet strainer of a Magnum 350 and I have had no problem whatsoever with any kind of "backwash" , or anything remotely close. The CO2 goes into the bubble counter, it goes out, it goes down the line into the inlet strainer, and I can see it bubbling into the inlet through the slits in the strainer. The bubble rate in the BC is slightly higher than at the strainer. Say 1.2 bubbles/sec. at the BC gives 1 bubble/sec at the strainer. I attribute that to difference in bubble sizes. There is something strange here. Bah!