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Elizabeth Sieferd <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 18 Feb 1997 23:11:21 -0500
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Yep sure do,

I just had one modified. We used a scuba regulator and mounted it to the
tank, the regulator has three fittings for addings the regulator mouth
piece/air supply line.

Dick Blick had a AirBrush regulator/vapor trap.
We used a quick release male end in the AB regulator and matched it to a
quick release
air supply hose off a bouyency vest.
and the airsupply hose of the BV matched the regulator mount.
This solution worked well.
I can control the air flow from my air brush regulator. 5-60lbs needed for
Direct of the tank would have been more complex to adjust air flow.

Plus I can fill with dive air which is less expensive than CO2
You want to make sure the air you are using is filtered for moisture and
the tank meets inspection.

Elizabeth G. Sieferd
EGS Design Group
4323 S. Section Line Rd Delaware, Ohio
Phone 614. 881. 6012
Fax 614. 881. 4389
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