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it can be done but is very dangerous unless yu also buy at least one palmers stabalizer regulator. They're mean to handle the extreme changes that co2 brings.

an anti-siphon tank has a hose installed in it that points up when the tank is screwed in. The theory is that since it's pointing up, it only sucks up gas and not lquid co2. the problem is that if the tank if pointing in any direction but the way the hose is pointed, it actually sucks up pure, liquid co2 that will cause major pressure spikes and blow out your solenoid.
 

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Yes you COULD do it, but it's not a good idea. You will destroy the shisty little noid they use(which, I want to see to 600psi....ROFL) quickly.
 

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it can be done but is very dangerous unless yu also buy at least one palmers stabalizer regulator. They're mean to handle the extreme changes that co2 brings.

an anti-siphon tank has a hose installed in it that points up when the tank is screwed in. The theory is that since it's pointing up, it only sucks up gas and not lquid co2. the problem is that if the tank if pointing in any direction but the way the hose is pointed, it actually sucks up pure, liquid co2 that will cause major pressure spikes and blow out your solenoid.
Yeah it can dangerous handeling them and i try not to do it very often.
 
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