Cannulae for CO2
#1
Havent had a chance to review the Carboxinator yet, but i got this for the interim, which is excellent but you need a tube with a larger diameter to connect. Couldnt add picture but it's simppe to figure out, just get a wide tube to connect tank. Pretrada BCBI5749 Westmed Super Soft Nasal Cannula, 7' Tubing (Pack of 5) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LYIVHEE/ref...TNsGCBvepm
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#2
(03-12-2017, 02:46 AM)ChasingGoodandEvil Wrote: Havent had a chance to review the Carboxinator yet, but i got this for the interim, which is excellent but you need a tube with a larger diameter to connect. Couldnt add picture but it's simppe to figure out, just get a wide tube to connect tank. Pretrada BCBI5749 Westmed Super Soft Nasal Cannula, 7' Tubing (Pack of 5) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LYIVHEE/ref...TNsGCBvepm

I'm looking into the Cannula-CO2 tank setup and confused on how exactly you're fitting the cannula tube to the CO2 regulator?

Cannula tubes, meant for O2 tanks, are 3/16" ID. Hose fittings on CO2 regulators are either larger (eg, 5/16" for brew lines) or smaller than 3/16".  Maybe I'm not understanding completely, but it'd be appreciated if you can go into more detail how you secure the connection.

Lastly, would this regulator be sufficient?
Co2 Omnibus Regulator -AQUARIUM Adjustable for co2 tank & co2 cartridge tank
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018LFQJBO/?co..._lig_dp_it

Links in older threads aren't working.
#3
(06-29-2018, 05:43 PM)JaffeJoe Wrote:
(03-12-2017, 02:46 AM)ChasingGoodandEvil Wrote: Havent had a chance to review the Carboxinator yet, but i got this for the interim, which is excellent but you need a tube with a larger diameter to connect. Couldnt add picture but it's simppe to figure out, just get a wide tube to connect tank. Pretrada BCBI5749 Westmed Super Soft Nasal Cannula, 7' Tubing (Pack of 5) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LYIVHEE/ref...TNsGCBvepm

I'm looking into the Cannula-CO2 tank setup and confused on how exactly you're fitting the cannula tube to the CO2 regulator?

Cannula tubes, meant for O2 tanks, are 3/16" ID. Hose fittings on CO2 regulators are either larger (eg, 5/16" for brew lines) or smaller than 3/16".  Maybe I'm not understanding completely, but it'd be appreciated if you can go into more detail how you secure the connection.

Lastly, would this regulator be sufficient?
Co2 Omnibus Regulator -AQUARIUM Adjustable for co2 tank & co2 cartridge tank
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018LFQJBO/?co..._lig_dp_it

Links in older threads aren't working.

I just went with what worked. Any regulator will do and adapters are available to connect different diameter tubing. Sorry for late reply. If you still need help ill take a pic of my setup.
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#4
(07-20-2018, 06:09 AM)ChasingGoodandEvil Wrote: I just went with what worked. Any regulator will do and adapters are available to connect different diameter tubing. Sorry for late reply. If you still need help ill take a pic of my setup.

Gotcha.

A pic would be appreciated.
#5
@ChasingGoodandEvil what are your experiences with breathing in CO2 from a tank? And what are some details of your sessions when you do uses it? (I.e. are you breathing it through the nose and mouth? How long are the sessions? How frequent? Short term/long term benefits and mental effects)
#6
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