Although the Milwaukee is expoxied, it can be taken apart, however, just like the JBJ models it's a struggle and it may void the warranty. The JBJ we have was definitely expoxied as well. The use of a 40 watt soldering iron right at the joint for a few seconds will help, just don't let it get the solenoid or regulator too hot, and it's easier if you take the gauges off and clamp the regulator body in a vise (use plastic strips to keep from marring the body).Gomer said:I want to use a single 5lb CO2 cylinder for both an inline reactor on my 30g and a atomizer on my 10g.
The atomizer is run at high pressure (ie, no bubble counter) and the inline is at low pressure.
I will be getting all my stuff from www.aquatic-store.com.
I called up milwaukee (as I was considering theirs) and was told that the regulator, solinoid and bubble counter used epoxy in the threads and you couldn't take it appart.
Can anyone think of a creative way to run a high and low pressure setup with parts at www.aquatic-store.com ?