anyone knows if a fire extinguisher cylinder can be used for a co2 supply in case I can manage to find an adaptor to screw on the pressure reducer?
I can't see the attached picture, but I'm going to assume you're pointing to the connection between the valve and the hose attached to the horn. Assuming you had an adapter made, that thread wasn't meant to withstand 800 p.s.i. The regulator will either blow off the connection or leak continuously.sllo said:What I mean is connect the pressure reducer at place number 1 (on the attached pic) and keep the handle (number 2 on pic) open somehow.
Will this work?
This is a CO2 fire extinguisher.