Yeah most Praxairs I've seen are rebranded Concoa's. It looks pretty nice, though the 200 psi gauge is at the high end of ideal. 120 psi would be the max of a 200 psi 212, which is more than twice what we'd ever need. Still I use a 212 as one of my personal regs.
a queston though, why ideal needle valve? there are so many look better and function better, they are the high precision metering valves at least double a stainless steel ideal in retail.
I like them. I built a few regs with the V54-1-12 but have never personally owned one. I also really like the way they look and that was one of the biggest factors involved with using it. (probably... the cost is bothering me) Honestly, some of these really low flow models are a bit over the top as far as our needs go.
what kind of solenoid you are going to use? Brass or SS?
I have a couple different stainless Burkerts sitting around. A 200 series and a 6011. Not sure yet. I want to use something that I don't need to use a wall wort with.
What would Honey Badger do?
Last edited by oldpunk78; 03-14-2013 at 04:09 AM.