exitsimulation

exitsimulation

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my local store sells these with regulators and hose relatively cheap but they are tiny, would do you guys recon? the guy at the shop said uyou only grt 10 mins gas maximum, they are 110L but very small here is the link with pics its clarke pure argon gas. i was thinking maybe hook 2 up? any help would be great

 
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110 is fine
110 is equivalent to 11,000 ppm. It is considered dangerous when the CO2 level exceeds 1,200 ppm.

I took the time to do some research. Maybe more users can give more clues but it seems fine to me. One hose is enough
 
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my local store sells these with regulators and hose relatively cheap but they are tiny, would do you guys recon? the guy at the shop said uyou only grt 10 mins gas maximum, they are 110L but very small here is the link with pics its clarke pure argon gas. i was thinking maybe hook 2 up? any help would be great

ask greenberg
 
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my local store sells these with regulators and hose relatively cheap but they are tiny, would do you guys recon? the guy at the shop said uyou only grt 10 mins gas maximum, they are 110L but very small here is the link with pics its clarke pure argon gas. i was thinking maybe hook 2 up? any help would be great

110/15 = 7 minutes od continous gas flow.
Not enough
 
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exitsimulation

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110 is fine
110 is equivalent to 11,000 ppm. It is considered dangerous when the CO2 level exceeds 1,200 ppm.

I took the time to do some research. Maybe more users can give more clues but it seems fine to me. One hose is enough
wow thanks for taking the time bro, im just worried about not using enough and getting brain damage. and every cylinder ive seen used in a exit bag is massive at least 3 foot this thin is like the length of my forearm.
110/15 = 7 minutes od continous gas flow.
Not enough
complete opposite of what the other guy said now idk what to do :/
what about joining the 2?
its such hassle if i wait till i get enough money together im gonna just take GBL+PHENOBARB+BROMAZOLAM
 
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Then you have to connect 2 so that in those 7 minutes you ingest more gas.
wow thanks for taking the time bro, im just worried about not using enough and getting brain damage. and every cylinder ive seen used in a exit bag is massive at least 3 foot this thin is like the length of my forearm.

complete opposite of what the other guy said now idk what to do :/
what about joining the 2?
its such hassle if i wait till i get enough money together im gonna just take GBL+PHENOBARB+BROMAZOLAM
 
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Then you have to connect 2 so that in those 7 minutes you ingest more gas.
This is incorrect and a good way to end up brain damaged/a vegetable. You will not "ingest more gas" if you connect 2 cylinders instead of 1. You will only ingest as much gas as your lungs are capable of processing. This is why you're supposed to regulate the flow to around 15 liters/min. You need at least 40 minutes of gas at this rate, which is 600 liters total. Please read and understand the Exit bag and inert gas megathread if you're thinking of using this method. It is a very reliable method, but one of the easiest ways to screw it up is not having enough gas. You'd need 6 of the gas canisters like what you linked in order to provide the volume of gas needed, which would make things way too complicated and leak-prone. @exitsimulation I would recommend buying a single cylinder of the correct size, or choosing another method that you're more confident with.
 
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This is incorrect and a good way to end up brain damaged/a vegetable. You will not "ingest more gas" if you connect 2 cylinders instead of 1. You will only ingest as much gas as your lungs are capable of processing. This is why you're supposed to regulate the flow to around 15 liters/min. You need at least 40 minutes of gas at this rate, which is 600 liters total. Please read and understand the Exit bag and inert gas megathread if you're thinking of using this method. It is a very reliable method, but one of the easiest ways to screw it up is not having enough gas. You'd need 6 of the gas canisters like what you linked in order to provide the volume of gas needed, which would make things way too complicated and leak-prone. @exitsimulation I would recommend buying a single cylinder of the correct size, or choosing another method that you're more confident with.
according to exit international and everything ive read i need about 14 psi correct? 2 joint cans would be about 15=20 mins of constant supply wjay do you think?
 
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the pressure is irrelevant. the amount of gas is significant. the amount of gas for 40 minutes seems to be safe, although in one case (the book) it was not enough.
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