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Old 03-08-2011, 12:57 PM   #1
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Nice! No need for the filter on there, btw.

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why no filter?

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why no filter?
Nothing can live inside those oxygen bottles. Pure O2 would burn us all up. Palmer talks about the technical issues on the BrewStrong episode on oxygenation, I believe.

Anyway, not meaning to nitpick...just trying to save you a couple bucks. Nice job with the video, especially with showing good flow volume.
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Nothing can live inside those oxygen bottles. Pure O2 would burn us all up. Palmer talks about the technical issues on the BrewStrong episode on oxygenation, I believe.

Anyway, not meaning to nitpick...just trying to save you a couple bucks. Nice job with the video, especially with showing good flow volume.
Good to know. It came in a kit with the stone.
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