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I stumbled across some inexpensive regulators that will work for pressurized CO2 applications, especially for nanos.
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In addition to the 1/4" NPT thread design, they also carry a 3/8" NPT thread regulator.

All you would need is your required fittings, needle valve, and optional solenoid valve and maybe a bubble counter. (All available from Rex Grigg :biggrin: )

Just a find I thought I would share.
 

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hmmm...it seems as though it went to jsut the plain jane home depot website..ill fix that hehe
 

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Nor does it work here. But I think I found the product. And I doubt they will work with pressurized CO2.

Are they Husky brand and Model HDA70500AV for the 1/4"? If so that's what I would assume to be a plastic piece for air compressors.
 

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Heres the Name/ Model #

HUSKY
1/4 In. Regulator W/ Gauge

Model HDA70500AV

The 3/8" is also on the website.
 

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Nor does it work here. But I think I found the product. And I doubt they will work with pressurized CO2.

Are they Husky brand and Model HDA70500AV for the 1/4"? If so that's what I would assume to be a plastic piece for air compressors.
I was at HD today and when I stumbled across them I proceded to do an inspection. I believe they have a plastic exterior for shock protection, since they are built for the jobsite. But they were fairly hefty in weight for such a small package.

I'll carefully assume they have metal innards, though dont quote me on that. I might pick one up at HD next time Im there to test it out.
 

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since its only $20.00 for the 1/4" and $25.00 for the 3/8" :biggrin:
 
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