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Old 05-09-2005, 08:04 AM
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Default Planted Tank Focus Group -- CO2 tank system

CO2 Cylinder and valve and regulator combo; 20lb tank, 0 to 7
liters/hour exhaust (In development)
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Old 06-09-2005, 03:17 PM
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Option to have solenoid combo or w/out solenoid.

A non screw on cyclinder would be great i.e some kind of twist and lock
system of attaching the regulator... i know it's impracticle as re-filling
would be a pain, I just get very frustrated re-attaching my regulator as I
have gas leaks...

Things that are multi-voltage i.e. has 110v for America and 240v for Europe
and Australia.

if it were possible a regulator that prevents end of tank run for people
w/out ph controllers.


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