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Unread 07-27-2005, 04:32 PM   #1
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Liquid CO2 tank fittings

I've looked all over and can't find any regulators for my newly acquired co2 tank. The regulator I have for it only goes to 60psi which is fine for airing up tires and using the air nozzle. I need (want rather!) a regulator that goes up to at least 100psi so I can run tools off this. Here's pics of what I have...



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Unread 07-27-2005, 04:35 PM   #2
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I assume with air tools you want adjustable?

I have a 150PSI fixed on mine...

  • welding supply shops probably have them...
  • Stu has a link on his site to where he bought one (I'll go look in a minute)...
  • you can get them here: http://www.offroadair.net/products.html
  • and I bet PowerTank sells theirs seperately, too...


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Thanks...I've been striking out at welding shops. Don't know why I didn't look at Stu's site first! He's done just about everything!

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www.williamsballons.com is the one Stu mentions...but in browsing their site, I only see fixed pressure regulators...

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Thanks...I've been striking out at welding shops. Don't know why I didn't look at Stu's site first! He's done just about everything!

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my setup is one of the "The Source" (the offroadair.net site)...

they do sell the adjustable regulators...

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Thanks a ton! They have what I need it appears. What would be the harm in getting the 150psi static one? Would that mess up my air tools?
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Thanks a ton! They have what I need it appears. What would be the harm in getting the 150psi static one? Would that mess up my air tools?
yep...

I think most air tools run in the 90PSI range (not sure, just best I can recall)...

150PSI is too much for most air tools on the market...but it works great on tires...

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