Yes for O2, hardware is different and not iterchangable with standard regulators.Are commercial healthcare tanks and regulators compatible for oxygenation of wort use?
I just called arond, and in MI, at least in my vicinity, medical tank refills as swap only and w/script only.My understanding is you need a prescription to get them filled.
Not trying to be argumentative her. I just don't get the need for the filter. Pure O2 is toxic for everything, right?Any HEPA 1/4" filter from your homebrew store will work.
I am at work and don't have the part number handy.
Since I replied to this post you have all the right to question my answers.Not trying to be argumentative her.
The O2 is not the problem.I just don't get the need for the filter. Pure O2 is toxic for everything, right?
The flow is as follow:I assume you are going from the outlet side of your Dwyer to an inline stone.
No problem.How do you keep moisture from creeping back up the line?
Claudius -Since I replied to this post you have all the right to question my answers.
The O2 is not the problem.
My tank is a steel tank and over time corrosion starts, the filter keeps my wort clean.
You should see all my O2 & CO2 filters after long trime of use.
Most of my tanks are over ten years old.
Gotcha. I think my prolem comes mostly from being a flake about closing the valve after use.The O2 injection pressure must be higher than your wort pump pressure.
In my case the wort pump pressure is 8PSI and the O2 pressure is 20PSI.
Why is my O2 pressure so much higher?
The stone and the rest of the injection systems pressure drop.
The O2 pressure needs to be turned on before the wort pump.