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Old 11-21-2006, 01:00 AM   #11 (permalink)
 
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One more question, How high above the top valve on a typical 5 or 10 lbs CO2 tank do the valves sit? My Cabinet only has 20 inches in height. Will I be able to put this on a 5lb tank or will I need a new cabinet?
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Old 11-21-2006, 01:47 AM   #12 (permalink)
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i just measured my 5lbs tank and its 17 inches, but with a JBJ Regultor that would be 20 inches, I dont know with azoo regulator
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Justin,
You can always have it outside the cabinet. (Not sure what you have around it or your sense of aesthetics)
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I have mine outside. People who come by always think I'm growing something I'm not supposed to be with the CO2. *cough*
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Old 11-21-2006, 09:06 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Dear all

I understand that this AZOO regulator has a good reputation. I want to buy one but i have one doubt. If the needle valve and solenoid is along with the regulator then we need only tubing and diffuser . the cyliner too.

Correct me if i am wrong.

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Tubing, check valve, and the cylinder. Bubble counter too if you want it.
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Dear EPICFISH

Thanks for your reply. I have seen AZOO ceramic diffuser that has a check valve built in and it also acts as a bubble counter.

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i just measured my 5lbs tank and its 17 inches, but with a JBJ Regultor that would be 20 inches, I dont know with azoo regulator
Thanks for measuring, that might still fit with a little work, maybe I could tilt the Regulator a little?

Is there a way to mount the regulator to the tank indirectly? Does it have to screw right to the tank or can I attach somethign to the tank to lower it a bit?

Otherwise I guess I will need a smaller tank like 2.5# or some such thing, maybe a few painball tanks or something

It HAS to fit in the cabinet or I will have to go with DIY Co2...
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Old 11-21-2006, 09:52 PM   #19 (permalink)
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if you go with paintball tanks, you have to get a regulator that is specifically for paintball tanks, as they have different outlet things. How large of a tank do you have? I have a paintball set up with a 20oz bottle on my 29g tank and I haven't had to change it yet. My mom's on her 54g had to be changed out after about 4-5 months. The nice things is that it's super easy to fill up; all you have to do is swing by your local SportsAuthority or paintball store, and it's only a couple of dollars.
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It screws right onto the tank. Sorry. There's different sized tanks (even a 5# has diff. sizes). Might cost you a little more, but I guess it'd be worth it to you.
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