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I am ordering my first CO2 system and was wonder if this was a good system. One more thing were do I fill the Air tank at.
CO2 Pro System - CO2 PRO SYSTEM - REGULAR BOTTLE
10lb Aluminum CO2 Air Tank - Brand New
i have mine filled up at welding shops.... also beverage stores even some medical supply.....
Glad you're getting CO2. Your plant growth is about to explode. You can get CO2 refilled at a welding store, paintball field, maybe a sporting goods store. I get mine at Robert's Oxygen (it's a chain) in case there is one near you. Good luck!
The CO2 tank is a 10lb Aluminum CO2 Air Tank - Brand New
sold by KegWorks
I have heard one thing to be careful of when you have it filled. Stay and wait for it to be filled. If you drop it off and come back for it or just exchange, I think they will just give you a crappy old one rather than your shiny brand new one.
That, of course, depends on where you go! The place I go doesn't refill your tank but gives you an already filled one in exchange. Also, I think we were looking for a link to the actual kit you purchased, the cylinder isn't important but the rest of the stuff is (solenoid, regulator, diffuser, etc).
here is the link to the website
How long will this 10LB CO2 tank last and how much cost to fill it. Hope fully I can get it filled today cause I just got it. But I might not be able to cause so far not one is able to refill the tank that I have talked to on the phone. I live in Duluth MN. Thanks for any answers you may have for me.
To refill my 5lb costs 20$ and they say it will last 1/2-1 year. I have gone through 4 in the last couple months because I keep having issues with my setup (tubes disconnecting, leaks, etc.). I have had this last fill-up for a few weeks now and everything was fine until all the sudden the gauge is down near the red :(. Now I have to figure out where my new leak is. My advice: make sure your system is tight before you turn it on, otherwise it is a big money pit!
Also, I'm sure you can find a place to fill it. Look here:
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