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  1. #26
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    Re: Shielding gas for first time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rondo View Post
    If you have a welding regulator now, It's likely an inert CGA 580 thread. In that case you would need an adapter like a Western 806 or buy a CO2 reg that reads in CFH or change the nut and nipple to CGA 320 which is a Western CO2 and CO3. Make sure when you get the regulator set up that you have the disc gasket that goes inn the nut. ( Many of the new inverters are designed on CO2 and run it well ) Good Luck !
    Ok. Yeah my welder is an inverter type and it came with the regulator. Thanks for the info.


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    Re: Shielding gas for first time.

    I would try to find a 80-125 cuft on Craigslist and take it and swap it.

    The neck ring on the 125 and larger needs to be blank or say customer owned. Best if hydro date is current. Usually 10 year stamps.

    C25 is what I would buy as the cost difference is mostly irrelevant unless really going through the gas. For small home projects a 125 will last a little while.

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