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#818158 - 21st Aug 2013 10:36am CO2 for my welder HELP
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Hi, please tell me where I can buy CO2 bottles for my welder. I don't want the little throwaway ones but the "Distillers" size brewery ones. Mine are about 2ft high or three foot high.
I used to buy them from a nice guy called Tommy, who delivered to the house but I have lost his phone number.

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#818188 - 21st Aug 2013 12:27pm Re: CO2 for my welder HELP [Re: Martin1943]
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We have a large bottle of co2 you can have for free but you will have. To collect

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#818190 - 21st Aug 2013 12:54pm Re: CO2 for my welder HELP [Re: lansyp]
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That would be good.When shall I come, and where to?
Thanks

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#818207 - 21st Aug 2013 2:32pm Re: CO2 for my welder HELP [Re: Martin1943]
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Chestnut roofing in prenton on the Dudley.any time between 7.30 and 4 .30

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#818213 - 21st Aug 2013 3:53pm Re: CO2 for my welder HELP [Re: lansyp]
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Many thanks, i'm sure i'll be able to use it..it's a different connection to my regulator, it's the older bull nose type.

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#818284 - 21st Aug 2013 7:06pm Re: CO2 for my welder HELP [Re: Martin1943]
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hope it turns out ok mate ,i didnt realise there where different connections on those bottles

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#819893 - 28th Aug 2013 12:39pm Re: CO2 for my welder HELP [Re: Martin1943]
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Ive had Pub bottles in the past from a guy called Tommy i think, he works for a gas co but does bottles for welding on the side. £25 last time i had one. 07970673090

If the details are wrong, i found him by calling a couple of local places and they gave me his name.

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#819970 - 28th Aug 2013 8:10pm Re: CO2 for my welder HELP [Re: nurvware]
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seriously?? you get something from someone you say 'does it on the side' and then stick the guys phone number up on a public forum smack

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#820049 - 28th Aug 2013 10:38pm Re: CO2 for my welder HELP [Re: mrhanky]
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I suspect you are mis-interpreting the phrase "on the side". It is a job on the side, ie not his main job, not in any way illegal.

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#820051 - 28th Aug 2013 10:40pm Re: CO2 for my welder HELP [Re: lansyp]
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Re adaptors. The "j" bottle you gave me had what is now used for CO2/Argon mixes. I have bought the adaptor and all is fine. The gauge confirms that it is full. It will probably see me out!
Thanks again.

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#820068 - 28th Aug 2013 11:58pm Re: CO2 for my welder HELP [Re: Martin1943]
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brilliant,happy welding

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