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Posted: Wed Nov 24, 2010 6:54 pm Post subject: Re: yamato co2 regulator
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???
Posted: Wed Nov 24, 2010 8:53 pm Post subject: Re: yamato co2 regulator
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
Posted: Wed Nov 24, 2010 9:25 pm Post subject: Re: yamato co2 regulator
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.
Posted: Thu Nov 25, 2010 8:27 am Post subject: Re: yamato co2 regulator
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.
Posted: Thu Nov 25, 2010 7:09 pm Post subject: Re: yamato co2 regulator
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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