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    Dynaflow Reg Burst Disk?

    Does anyone happen to know what the pressure rating is on the burst disk for a old Centerflag Dynaflow regulator? There is not a lot of info about them out there. Any info would be much appreciated. Thank you in advance.
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    They would be standard rating for the pressures they are using. On the bottle side, a 3000 psi bottle uses a 5000psi burst disk. A 4500psi bottle uses a 7500psi burst disk. On the low pressure side of air and for CO2 bottles, a 1800psi burst disk is used.
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    Thank you very much. Thats what I suspected. There was no marking on the reg or the disk. I think I have some strange reg. Its definitely a Dynaflow but there is no writing on it. Just wanted to double check. Never can be too careful with HPA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by athomas View Post
    They would be standard rating for the pressures they are using. On the bottle side, a 3000 psi bottle uses a 5000psi burst disk. A 4500psi bottle uses a 7500psi burst disk. On the low pressure side of air and for CO2 bottles, a 1800psi burst disk is used.
    ^What he said. They are standard burst disks, you shouldn't have any issue finding them.
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