Im talking about standard CO2 regulator setups with pressurized tanks. Since your regulator has a "working pressure" that it is down stepping the CO2 tank pressure to. Obviously if that is set to like 1 PSI, you probably won't have enough to run anything. Im just curious as to how you can tell if you have set an adequate "working pressure".Are you talking about a CO2 generator? As in baking soda and citric acid? Or are you talking about CO2 over calcium carbonate?
So for example, diffusers require a lot more working pressure to operate, as theres more resistance against the gas. So there must be some threshold where there is enough PSI to push through the resistance. However, my question is, once you have reached that threshold, does increasing it further do anything as we typically have needle/metering valves to fine tune the output. I hope that sorta makes sense what im getting after? Perhaps there is a better way to phrase what I'm trying to get some insight into.