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Thinking of using a flexible tubing for CO2 for beverage products. Looking for the best non toxic, high pressure material to use.
Also, Would it be better to use several smaller lines and manifold at the ends than a larger 1" line? Maybe 3- 1/2" lines to get the flow of a 1".
Be running 125 psi.
 

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Thinking of using a flexible tubing for CO2 for beverage products. Looking for the best non toxic, high pressure material to use.
Also, Would it be better to use several smaller lines and manifold at the ends than a larger 1" line? Maybe 3- 1/2" lines to get the flow of a 1".
Be running 125 psi.
Clear tubing from ace hardware will do the trick
 

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Hahahahahah
What is this tubing meant for?
It's just 1/4" pvc tubing. It's from Home Depot. It's the same tubing on the pump discharge of the Friedrich dehumidifiers we install.



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