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Trinity soda maker external large co2 cga-320 tank system adapter and hose 60 long stainless steel soda water seltzer water carbonated water sparkle water hose adapter.
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- Features a 60" STAINLESS STEEL HOSE for an easy installation and removal.
- With our adapter you can use a large Beverage Co2 tank in your soda maker machine for instant savings in refills.
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- Technical Help available Monday thru Friday From 9am to 5pm pacific time From Trinity Supply Inc/818-558-6510.
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Installation video:https://youtu.be/e-Cqyqq0HN8 CAUTION:WEAR SAFETY GLASSES AND GLOVES WHEN USING EQUIPMENT. Important Note: DON'T USE SIPHON TUBE CO2 TANKS!! Our unit works with GAS CO2 only, not liquid CO2. liquid CO2 will create a bad taste in your drink. New from TRINITY, 60" long stainless steel hose connection CGA-320 for Soda Maker machines. Allows to use a standard CGA-320 CO2 tank in most Soda Maker machines. Works with most Soda Maker Beverage Machines and allows normal operation without any permanent changes. Save money on refills. This system allows you to connect your Soda-Club / Soda Maker Machine to an external Non-Siphon CO2 Tank that has a CGA-320 Outlet Valve, like 5lb, 20LB or 50lb commercial CO2 tanks. Our station features a stainless steel 1200 psi rated hose. Hose length 60" long. Note: CGA 320 tank washer included.
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The hose comes with 2 washers, both different, one is labelled "Spare Washer". In my experience, it wasn't a spare, but was a necessary part. When I first assembled, I just connected the hose, with washer supplied by CO2 tank vendor, and attached to sodastream. First bottle of soda was perfect. Then it went sideways. The second attempt to fill a bottle, CO2 started venting from the bottom of the silver adapter, and froze up almost immediately.
I found that the "Spare Washer" needed to be inserted between the silver adapter and the brass fitting. Of course, then that explained why the silver adapter has an adjustable screw on the top of it. You need to set it to take up the slack the washer has now created. By inserting the washer and not changing the adjustment screw, when I connected the hose, and then charged it with CO2, the Sodastream mechanism didn't have enough range of motion to activate the CO2 valve.
Once again, disassemble, figure out the issue, adjust screw, reassemble, and then test. Voila! Perfect! BUT..... when I then took it apart to properly feed the hose, the adjustment screw walked backed in, and I had to start over. A little blue locktite and problem fixed for good.
Having the ability to have the sodastream end of the hose be able to swivel until the final tightening would make the whole process 1000% easier. Currently you have to spin the entire 60" hose to turn the threads into the machine, or rotate the machine around the hose. It's impossible if you've fed the hose through the bottom of the device and then back up through the silver foot of the stand so that it is stable and doesn't wobble. Once all adjusted, it works fine.
I had a hard time accepting that you have to discharge the line after every use, feeling that you blow off a lot of CO2 that way. Wish the manufacturer used a quality hose like used on soda machines (Duh!) where risk of bursting the line wouldn't be an issue. Found a happy medium. I crack the valve and let CO2 into the line, then shut it right back off. I can charge 2 bottles completely, then vent what is left in the line, venting a lot less than if you fill and then shut off the tank.
Another tip for those new to sodastream. I was advised by my brother not to fall for buying half a dozen sodastream bottles at $10 each. Use the one that came with the machine and carbonate in it. Then pour your carbonated water into used seltzer water bottles. I bought a dozen flavored seltzer waters (1 litre bottles) for $0.58 each, and use those when making beverages. I just wash and reuse.
1. Use both the main washer, and the "spare". One isn't enough. I used both the white ones, didn't need the red o-ring.
2. Even with both washers, some co2 will probably leak out after opening the valve. If this is the case, wrap the co2 container's pipe threads with thread seal tape. After doing so, there should be no air leaking out.