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    Junior Member APPRENTICE
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    Nitrogen or CO2?

    I'm looking to make a re-filling station for my trailer. But using a air shifter, air launcher parachute, and throttle stop. What is better Nitrogen or CO2 for this? and also Aluminum or Steel bottle? buy or rent? advantages and dis-advantages?

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    Junior Member SHOW GUEST
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    nitrogen is more consistate pressure wise... co2 pressure will change with temps a lot more so than nitrogen, thats all i know for sure.

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    X2 Nitrogen is bone dry, hence no moisture probs in the working cylinders.
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