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  • Gauge confusion

    Hi all,
    I had a gauge that measured CFH which broke. The guy at the welding shop sold me a gauge that measures L/min. I found the conversion rate to be 2.2 or something, which is fine.

    But then I noticed that the lowest L/min mark on the gauge was 5, which is around 10cfh. Anything below that, I won't know what the flowrate is...I can't afford a floating ball setup. Should I return this gauge?


  • #2
    If it were me I would take it back and get a " floating ball guage" (flowmeter) from HTP for about $45, I have one on my tig setup and seems to be of good quality.


    • #3
      Thanks, I didn't know you could get them that cheap!


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