02-22-2013, 07:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Mikaila31
Highly highly doubt you will find a place to fill a propane tank with CO2. Most tanks are gas specific, same goes with regulators. I would be surprised if a CO2 regulator would fit a propane tank without some DIY modification to the regulator stem. Each different type of pressurized substance usually follows different guidelines (CGA numbers) to make it so a CO2 regulator fits only CO2 tanks. That way it avoids mistakes as regulators are gas specific and will not properly regulate gases they were not designed for.
edit: A standard CO2 regulator will fit a CGA-320 valve and that is all. Anything else would require replacement/ modification of the regulator stem. Propane tanks use a CGA-510 valve.
That's what I was thinking but, wasn't sure. Very helpful post. Thank you..