|Use a high flow rate scuba first stage|
Posted by Chris on August 18, 2007 at 22:04:33:|
In Reply to: nonscuba Regulator for scuba tank posted by Ted S. on August 18, 2007 at 21:56:39:
The first stage of a scuba regulator is designed to put out approximately 130-140 psi. Most diaphragm models can be adjusted up or down to 100-150 psi. Many good scuba regulators are capable of high flow rates. A used Oceanic DX4 with the venturi assist (Poseidon copy) would be a good choice for your application. Use the low-pressure port with the "R" mark. It is the one with the venturi flow assist.
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