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Thread: How to fix CO2 splitter?

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    okok..i think i got u already..so mean a normal dual gauge solenoid would work rite...?

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    a dual gauge regulator will have it's output pressure regulated. and a needle valve will allow you to control the co2 bubble rate easily.
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    Hi all, been reading on the posts. Just need to ask by using a 3way splitter will spoil or making my seloniod regulator faulty? Will leak? Intending of asking Mr Chan form na to fix for me. Anyone know of the cost of the splitter and fee? Thanks.

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    Will cost you about 2 to 3 red pieces of paper. Job done in about 15 mins.

    It will not make your solenoid faulty. It will not leak if it is done properly with the plumber's tape around the joints.
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    just to add,instead of a splitter like the above...
    would a standard 2/3/4/5 etc way splitter used for air pumps suffice?
    got a co2 cylinder as well and i'm considering options to distribute my co2 between lets say 2 tanks?
    any drawbacks of using the splitter as compared to the splitter learner bought?

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    - eric

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    Apologies for rehashing a similar question,but to add to your previous thread while adhering to this current one...I'd like to ask whether a T-joint is as inferior compared to a splitter?
    Should all components be consistent,same material Co2 tubings etc...Could it work out?
    Let's go abit further and say each individual tubing that exits the T-joint be attached to a bubble counter,would this help in facilitating readings and troubleshooting?
    Hope fellow forum mates here could help answer my novice queries as i'm still new to the hobby

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    can i fit the splitter on a manual regulator?

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