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Old 01-06-2013, 01:42 AM   #1
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Testing out the mobile app, but just finished the inline oxygen stone

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Old 01-06-2013, 01:43 AM   #2
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Ya that pic didn't come through.

Camlocks from bargainfittings and the stone from Williams Brewing.

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Old 01-06-2013, 01:51 AM   #3
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Any other pics? Looks like a great idea! Stone mounted inside the T?

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Kinda hard to see, but without that female end on there, I was able to crank it down just enough that the stone is touching the other side, but screwed in enough that it shouldn't leak.

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Kinda hard to see, but without that female end on there, I was able to crank it down just enough that the stone is touching the other side, but screwed in enough that it shouldn't leak.

http://i83.photobucket.com/albums/j3...-53-33_386.jpg
So the stone fits snugly in the T, and the input O.D. of the stone roughly mates up to the size of the I.D. of the hose barb?
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Sorry, don't quite follow. It's a 1/2" Tee with came locks on both ends so it connects inline with my current system. The stone is kind of wide such that I worry a little bit about flow, but there's enough room going past it that it should be just fine. Looks like a 3/8" barb so I'll use 5/16" bev tubing and put air tool quick connects on such that I can just wrap it up with the Tee on the end and connect it all to the tank as needed.

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Sorry, don't quite follow. It's a 1/2" Tee with came locks on both ends so it connects inline with my current system. The stone is kind of wide such that I worry a little bit about flow, but there's enough room going past it that it should be just fine. Looks like a 3/8" barb so I'll use 5/16" bev tubing and put air tool quick connects on such that I can just wrap it up with the Tee on the end and connect it all to the tank as needed.
How does the stone connect to the barb inside the T? Or does the stone connect directly into the barb on the inside of the fitting?
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And here's the whole assembly after the chiller.


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This is the stone

http://www.williamsbrewing.com/12-NP...P3076C106.aspx

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