Originally Posted by Fresh2o
Will your next test be on the counter top with the intake and output in the sink or is it ready for big time? Personally I would do the former with a check valve at the end of the CO2
feed tubing and ALL parts dried off and let it run for while.
Is it quiet? Any gurgling? You could hook up the CO2
to get an idea what goes on in the reactor since you can actually see the inner workings.
Lastly, good job!
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I think it is ready. I have a check valve on it now, you could not see it in the picture.
. It is a cheap one, but it will suffice for this test. It IS QUIET! No gurgling of course no CO2
injection yet. I will install it sometime today as long as everything is OK. I really like the pressure relief valve because it allows for easy priming.
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