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hhAQUATEK Anniversary Sale - CO2 REGULATOR WITH COOLTOUCH SOLENOID $69.99 at Amazon.com (Exp 9/14)



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Perfect for calcium reactor and Freshwater Plant CO2 injection applications. Calcium Reactors and CO2 fertilization require far more precision in their dosing. Our Deluxe CO2 Regulator with solenoid is the best we've seen. Unit comes with dual gauges each with dual reading of both psi & kg/cm. Left gauge meters tank capacity and right gauge output pressure. With its fine tuning capabilities and electronic regulation, this CO2 Regulator meets the highest industry quality standard.

Product Feature
* German-made COOL TOUCH electronic Solenoid
* Dual Gauges paired with needle valve for super precision
* Durable brass construction
* Heavy duty electronic cabling
* Compatible with most high density tubing
 

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Hi Sayurasem, Thank you for your inquiry. As long as your paintball tank is equipped with the "pin" valve (http://www.amazon.com/AQUATEK-CO2-P...9QDC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1315954611&sr=8-1), you can attach our adapter onto your tank. However, please remember to screw the adapter onto the CO2 regulator, then, screw it onto the paintball tank. Otherwise, it will start to release CO2 before the regulator is attached. Thank you for your question. :) Aquatek of California
 

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I have attached the aquatek regulator to the blue paintball adapter to the empire 20 oz co2 tank. I have used the little rigid white ring in between the adapter and regulator and the little rubber ring around the lip of the co2 tank itself. I can't seem to get the co2 to stop coming out of the little safety holes when I go to tighten the connections. When it occasionally connects and actually sends bubbles into the diffuser, the tank makes a pop noise and the gauge goes from 1000 down to 0.


any help?
 

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I have attached the aquatek regulator to the blue paintball adapter to the empire 20 oz co2 tank. I have used the little rigid white ring in between the adapter and regulator and the little rubber ring around the lip of the co2 tank itself. I can't seem to get the co2 to stop coming out of the little safety holes when I go to tighten the connections. When it occasionally connects and actually sends bubbles into the diffuser, the tank makes a pop noise and the gauge goes from 1000 down to 0.


any help?
I have the same problem. on my regulator there are 4 safety holes that seems to be on a silver nut. and air escapes through this. And I just bought mine brand new. kinda upset. can we get a response to this? after all this time?
 
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