|Subject:||microline air hose [TANKS]|
|Date:||Sun, 6 Aug 2006 22:40:13 EDT|
I am using a Microline air hose in my tank 12 inches long with two 90 degree connections (supposedly rated at 600 psi). Should I be worried about bursting a line? I was using 3.5 ounce bottles with a separate shut off valve until I found out how the inline shutoff valve worked. If I can get someone to install it on my tank I will switch out 3.5 ounce bottles with my 9 ounce bottles.
Should I worry about liquid co2 entering my air hose? install anti siphon tube?
Microline was the only thing I could fit inside my turret because of the flexibility it has over the standard paintball hose. If I can't trust the microline can anyone recommend another type of air connection?