Originally Posted by sardog12 View Post
You have the skills necessary to tell us at what angle does a 3/4 full tank have to be for the liquid co2 level to be below the top opening. Assume a tank is 8x22 inches.
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There is a welding supply place that we used to have refill our tanks they are even still in business, almost within walking distance from my house. Thanks
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It shouldn't take sophisticated equipment to get this correct. In my case, similar to the photo, I left the tube long, where it would hit the side of the tank when I tried to thread it in and then cut little bits at a time until I felt I had gotten it correct. I also waited until the tank would have to be tested anyway so that it didn't cost me any extra but when I brought it in, I let them know what I had done. I did this about two years ago and it has worked fine since.
If anyone is near central PA, I have most of the parts to build a system that I will not be using. I think everything is there minus a hose. 20# Tank, regulator, and a tank bracket. Anyone interested? PM me. Thanks.
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