Originally Posted by FlyingHellFish
This looks like a cute Parker. There is also some weird Parker metering valve with a rotating tube connecter, lost the image.
This is from Circle Sea Control -
Anyways, Betta tail, can you tell me what you used for the two Parker H3
build you did?It had two silver DICI bubble counter, forgot what else.
Also, can one remove the Vernier handle from the H3? I remember reading that you can remove it to prevent tempering.
And how in the world did this guy get 400 dollars metering valves? Hope he giving you commission, he sold 3 today, one of which was to me.
Finally, isn't this a bit over kill? Once you get to 1 or 2 bps, shouldn't the cheap retail needle valves be enough? I don't think someone would need 0.3 or 1.3 bps, right? I mean, look at those paintball guys. They're using this -
the second one looks interesting, but I checked circle seal control, couldn't find anything, probably they made it in the past.
don't remove the vernier handle from the H3L, no need to, I took apart a H3L to the very single part, and regret after I put everything back, messed up the orifice, needle stem got stuck and it was ruined.
I don't know which system you refer to, the Airproduct stainless steel?
here is the parts, in gas flow order:
Airproducts stainless steel regulator
1/4 npt male to 1/8 npt male stainless steel hex reducer
Burkert stainless steel 2822 solenoid
1/8 npt all male Tee, stainless steel
and two H3L metering valve
1/8 npt male to 1/8 npt male elbow, stainless steel, 2 of them
the bubble counters.