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Old 03-30-2014, 02:08 AM   #1
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Adjust working pressure inline

Is there a way to adjust your working CO2 pressure inline, after the regulator? My regulator is pre-set and not adjustable at 50 PSI. Is there a way to reduce this before an inline CO2 reactor? (Or, a better question, is 50 PSI not even "too high" to work with an inline CO2 atomizer, particularly the Up Aqua?)
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I can think of two ways to drop the operating pressure. I'll list them in the order I would prefer to do them if I was you.

1) Sell the regulator 50 PSI set regulator and purchase an adjustable CO2 regulator that will thread onto your bottle. This can cost money if you go to an industrial supplier, but the food and beverage industry tends to use more affordable models.

2) Install a secondary adjustable low pressure regulator inline.
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