Milwaukee Instruments Milwaukee Instruments MI00957 MA957 Solenoid Valve CO2 Regulator with Bubble Counter P1226406VAS-MI00957 Milwaukee Instruments MI00957 MA957 Solenoid Valve CO2 Regulator with Bubble Counter 1226406 2.80lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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Milwaukee Instruments MI00957 MA957 Solenoid Valve, CO2 Regulator with Bubble Counter

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The Milwaukee Instruments MA957 Solenoid Valve, CO2 Regulator with Bubble Counter also includes a needle valve and comes with dual gauge. The left gauge meters tank capacity and the right gauge meters flow. The needle valve flow control provides for precise measurement. The solenoid valve comes with a 1.5 meter power cord.

NOTE: The max inlet pressure is 1,500 PSI. The suggested outlet pressure is less than 1 PSI.

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Customer Reviews
By anthony t grzebinski
Date Added: Wednesday 15 May, 2013
Previously owned this exact product and I damaged it in a move. Prior to that it worked flawlessly....great quality, it's never let me down.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Sunday 05 May, 2013
This regulator so far is working as it's suppose to. Some of the reviews I came across said that it could be alittle tricky getting the bubble count right, but I had no problems.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Russell Cornell "Triplstak Rollface"
Date Added: Tuesday 30 April, 2013
works well, bubble counter is not perfect but solenoid valve is the important part. if you've passed chem 1 and physics 1 yu can figure out the volumes anyways and adjust accordingly
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
By Joseph Kaemmer
Date Added: Saturday 06 April, 2013
Been using this on my aquarium for the last few years. Works as expected and I haven't had any problems with it.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Edwin Alberto Castro Ibarra
Date Added: Wednesday 27 March, 2013
really works well, I'm happy with the product. The key is to read the installation instructions to prevent damage to the valve, as happened to me before.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Don E. Wolff
Date Added: Saturday 02 March, 2013
Save yourself some trouble and follow these instructions, buy the co2 proof tubing it is harder and will not shrink like silicone tube, as this causes the tube to squeeze together when the co2 is off overnight, even with a check valve. No check valves are perfect unless you get one medical grade for iv use. But a standard check valve is fine. Ok so i would suggest when you initially are setting up your regulator to use a wood air stone, they produce fine bubbles and do not cause as much resistance as ceramic because they are larger. This makes adjustments easier to check the bubble count. Next i would follow the packaging instructions minus where it says to turn the second open valve (medium black knob) to where you want your bubble count. I would open that until your needle on the second gauge is about 1/4 past the 2 psi.(on that knob to actually turn it open your turn it in,clockwise,slowly. ) Then adjust your fine needle adjustment(the little tiny knob adjustment) the reason is when you open your solenoid there will be water in the line and there is not enough pressure to push the bubbles, so having pressure on this second gauge will solve this issue. You will get a perfect bubble count everytime. Thelast step is put a seperate timer on your co2 regulator from your lights. You only want co2 when your lights are on but it takes time to fill the tube when your solenoid first opens to fill the tubing and reach the tank. I set my co2 to turn on 30 minutes before my light this way theco2 is dispensing when the lights come on.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
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