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    CO2 equipment?

    What and Where should I buy to CO2 euthanize feeder rats?


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    Not sure if it's the "best" place, but sporting goods stores have CO2 as paintball accessories.

    I tried to post a link to major sporting goods outlet but name got censored, hahahaha...anyway, you get the idea.
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    The best place is airgas and similar companies dealing with welding, medical supply and brewer supply, tanks are exchangeable, re-certified and larger than a paintball cannister that you would need to refill often (paintball places are hard to find and not always the most professional)

    I have a 20lbs tank with a flow valve allowing you to gradually increase CO2.
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    Re: CO2 equipment?

    Quote Originally Posted by Deborah View Post
    The best place is airgas and similar companies dealing with welding, medical supply and brewer supply, tanks are exchangeable, re-certified and larger than a paintball cannister that you would need to refill often (paintball places are hard to find and not always the most professional)

    I have a 20lbs tank with a flow valve allowing you to gradually increase CO2.
    Thanks!
    I had a feeling that you would answer. Itís very nice having an online mentor in the breeding business Deborah!



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    Re: CO2 equipment?

    Quote Originally Posted by Godzilla78 View Post
    Thanks!
    I had a feeling that you would answer. Itís very nice having an online mentor in the breeding business Deborah!



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    just trying to help where I can.

    Airgas people actually think that I am brewing beer with that CO2
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    CO2 equipment?

    I will get a bottle setup this week.
    https://www.morphmarket.com/stores/kaos-balls/
    Last edited by Godzilla78; 03-24-2019 at 09:18 PM.

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