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    looking nitrogen adaptor

    hello techs am looking for a nitrogen adaptor that connects from nitrogen tank to a 1/4 refrigeration hose ,no regulator in between ,to blowout condensor coils ,the regulator that I have for my nitro tank is restricting pressure which is not enough to blowout coils any recommendation would help ,thanks

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    The fitting that goes into the tank is a CGA580. I think the MPT size is possibly 3/8 on the end of that fitting. Then 3/8 couple then 3/8 MPT x 1/4 flare

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    Hope you never loose your grip on the hose. I cut the nut off a 1/4” hose and it works great for clearing coils through a regulator. The nut and core depressor diverted the flow.

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    Either get a different reg or try cleaning coils with something else.

    Air compressor, or better yet, a water hose.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Spitz View Post
    The fitting that goes into the tank is a CGA580. I think the MPT size is possibly 3/8 on the end of that fitting. Then 3/8 couple then 3/8 MPT x 1/4 flare

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    thank you for sharing your info,i will probably get a different regulator

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsiceman View Post
    Hope you never loose your grip on the hose. I cut the nut off a 1/4” hose and it works great for clearing coils through a regulator. The nut and core depressor diverted the flow.
    I have exact hose set up,just need a regulator that gives me more pressure, thanks for reading my post

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    Quote Originally Posted by heatingman View Post
    Either get a different reg or try cleaning coils with something else.

    Air compressor, or better yet, a water hose.


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    different regulator will do, thanks buddy

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    the links you sent helped ,appreciate that

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    Quote Originally Posted by nytech28 View Post
    I have exact hose set up,just need a regulator that gives me more pressure, thanks for reading my post

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    Just the nut so the brass 45 is still there? It's better than just cutting through the hose.

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    I decided to go with c02 tank to blowout condensor coils due to more pressure, I did lookup the adaptor I would need to avoid using a regulator on my c01l2 tank, similar to the nitrogen tank I was looking.I will attach the adaptor information below ,I would like to know if any one has this adaptor ,would appreciate it.

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    That's stupider than the N2 tank. A unregulated CO2 tank is an almost endless supply of whoopazz.

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    I think it's uniweld a regulator that comes with the CO2 adapter too

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