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PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2010 6:02 pm Post subject: yamato co2 regulator Reply with quote

 has  anyone  used  yamato  co2  regulator.  i  wanted  to  know  what  should  be  the  pressure  on  the  guage.  please  help.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2010 6:54 pm Post subject: Re: yamato co2 regulator Reply with quote

 Hello  Shriraj
 
 Wen  you  are  talking  pressure  on  the  gauge  could  you  confirm  which  is  the  pressure  gauge  that  you  are  talking  about??
 
 The  pressure  in  the  cylinder  or  the  pressure  on  the  outlet???cos  every  regulator  usually  has  two  gauge  attached  to  it.
 One  is  the  pressure  in  the  cylider  and  the  other  the  outlet...which  one  are  you  wanting  to  know???
 
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 the  gauage  on  the  cylinder  side  which  indicates  the  pressure  inside  the  cylinder  which  should  be  around  that  50  mark  u  should  open   the  valve  or  loosen  the  valve  on  the  cylinder  to  get  the  co2  going,  the  second  guage  is  the  outlet  gauge  towards  the  nozzle  where  u  fix  the  pipe  for  co2,  it  should  also  read  less  than  50,  to  make  it  happen  u  need  a  one  way  valve  fixed  to  a  pipe  and  then  to  yamato  regulator,close  the  one  way  valve,  then  turn  the  knob  in  your  yamato  regulator  so  that  it  tightens  by  this  way  co2  gets  released  and  u  see  the  pressure  in  the  second  guage  rise.
 
 and  also  u  should  first  of  all  have  the  yamato  regulator  fixed  to  the  cylinder  first,  other  wise  if  u  open  the  cylinder  valve  directly  u  can  see  your  cylinder  dance  and  shoot  thought  the  wall  or  something,  co2  is  kept  at  nearly  very  high  pressure  many  times  the  atmospheric  pressure,  so  be  carefull,it  wont  ignite  but  has  the  capacity  to  shoot  like  a  rocket  through  the  wall
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2010 9:25 pm Post subject: Re: yamato co2 regulator Reply with quote

 thanks  for  reply,
 
 but  my  gauge  on  the  right  that  is  the  pressure  in  the  cylinder  keeps  on  fluctuating.  and  i  need  to  know  the  pressure  in  the  outlet  valve.  and  generally  how  do  we  adjust  the  pressure(bps).  through  regulator  or  by  the  needle  valve  cock.  i  m  using  soda  maker  cylinder.  and  one  more  question  are  all  regulators  very  sensitive.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 25, 2010 8:27 am Post subject: Re: yamato co2 regulator Reply with quote

 u  cannot  adjust  bps  through  yamato  regulator,yamato  regulates  the  co2  coming  out  of  cylinder  it  converts  a  very  high  pressure  to  managable  pressure,  u  need  another  one  way  valve,  which  regulates  the  co2  getting  out  of  the  yamato  regulator,
 
 and  also  what  your  doing  is  just  wasting  co2,  we  aslo  use  soda  cylinder  itself,the  pressure  fluctuates  because  u  have  directly  connected  the  yamato  regulator  to  the  diffuser  ,  u  need  to  have  a  one  way  co2  valve  in  between.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 25, 2010 3:21 pm Post subject: Re: yamato co2 regulator Reply with quote

 but  to  what  should  be  the  pressure  on  the  guage  and  thanks  for  reply  was  very  much  helpful  and  i  think  my  value  is  not  that  good.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 25, 2010 7:09 pm Post subject: Re: yamato co2 regulator Reply with quote

 go  and  read  some  threads  in  the  forum  about  this  u  will  find  lots  of  pics  ,your  valve  might  be  good  i  think  u  donot  know  how  to  use  it,  the  pressure  reading  on  the  out  let  gauge  should  be  less  than  that  50  marking,u  will  not  see  the  out  let  guage  reading  untill  u  have  connected  everything  and  let  the  pressure  build  up.
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