i got one from GLA, it's a bit pricey but great quality
Question is whats your budget. You could buy a entry level unit or high end stuff. Depending on what you want will make a difference in cost as well as quality and longevity/ease of use.ok so i need a regulator for a co2 tank and im just wondering if there is any type/brand/model i should completely stay away from... i know beer/soda regulators are cheap as crap BUT the disc is made of neoprene and thats sketchy just looking for adivise from past experiences thanks guys
I believe Maknwar along with bettatail, and btimmer have all gotten out of selling regulators and parts.The Aquatech is going to have a neoprene diaphragm and so will most or all of GLA's regulators, If you build one it might cost $50 more but you will be able to sell it for $200 at any time but you'll really get nothing for a used Aquatech, maybe $35.
You should contact maknwar he has a thread in the powersellers area and he won't steer you wrong and it will be money well spent.
The one I had was actually set at about 27psi. It would barely push 1 Bubble per second through one of these:Do the aquatechs work with atomizers? I thought I read that they do not because of the fixed psi setting.