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oxydoc 2006-05-24 5:04am

Thank You Joyce, it was my pleasure. jack

CD Lampwork 2006-05-24 5:45am

I know I posted in another thread about problems we were having with our M20. I just wanted everyone to know that Jack TOTALLY took care of us. Way above and behond anything we would have expected.

This company is run by an absolutly wonderful couple of guys. And I really agree with Brent on his statement that here is a company really trying to working with the glass industry.

All the best,
Greg

kbinkster 2006-05-24 9:05am

That's one thing I've noticed, out of all the problems that have been reported on the M20s, South Central has stepped up and taken care of every one of them!

MythBuster 2006-05-24 8:05pm

I'm getting dizzy. I think I need some more oxygen.

I look at Axxxx Sxxxxxx (retailer) cataloge and find...
"The M-10 produces 8 LPM for small torches.
The M-20 produces 10 LPM for larger torches."

Then I take a look at Gxxxxxxxxxx Gxxxx (retailer)...
"The P-10 ($xxx.00) unit concentrates 8-9 LPM at 10-12 PSI.
The P-20 ($xxx.00) has a flow of 10 LPM at 20 PSI..."

Then I read a "Seller"'s post...
"The company has already released the M-10 and M-20. Those are 10 LPM units. The M-10 is 10 PSI and the M-20 is 20 PSI."

Then the most recent post by, I'm assuming, the "Maker"...
(reorganized for clarity)
New... 0705 - Stock, no Mods (07 PSI?; 5 LPM?)
M10 is now the... 1005 - 10 PSI; 5 LPM
New... 1510 - 15 PSI; 10 LPM
M20 is now the... 2010 - 20 PSI; 10 LPM
New... 2015 - 20 PSI; 15 LPM
Psyclone II - by special order

If I bought the P10/M10/1005 (whatever)... what would I really be getting in terms of psia, lpm, and purity%/lpm? Is there an official chart? I tried to find the maker's website... but no luck googling for Unlimited Oxygen (unless a rock band counts).

Buster

oxydoc 2006-05-25 5:09am

Quote:

Originally Posted by MythBuster
I'm getting dizzy. I think I need some more oxygen.

I look at Axxxx Sxxxxxx (retailer) cataloge and find...
"The M-10 produces 8 LPM for small torches.
The M-20 produces 10 LPM for larger torches."

Then I take a look at Gxxxxxxxxxx Gxxxx (retailer)...
"The P-10 ($xxx.00) unit concentrates 8-9 LPM at 10-12 PSI.
The P-20 ($xxx.00) has a flow of 10 LPM at 20 PSI..."

Then I read a "Seller"'s post...
"The company has already released the M-10 and M-20. Those are 10 LPM units. The M-10 is 10 PSI and the M-20 is 20 PSI."

Then the most recent post by, I'm assuming, the "Maker"...
(reorganized for clarity)
New... 0705 - Stock, no Mods (07 PSI?; 5 LPM?)
M10 is now the... 1005 - 10 PSI; 5 LPM
New... 1510 - 15 PSI; 10 LPM
M20 is now the... 2010 - 20 PSI; 10 LPM
New... 2015 - 20 PSI; 15 LPM
Psyclone II - by special order

If I bought the P10/M10/1005 (whatever)... what would I really be getting in terms of psia, lpm, and purity%/lpm? Is there an official chart? I tried to find the maker's website... but no luck googling for Unlimited Oxygen (unless a rock band counts).

Buster

Hey Buster, you are sure right. There has been some confusion that is slow to correct. We have distributors from Cali to Fla. Some distributors are opperating on older info, some on thier own, and some even use their own lables. It is really hard for us to maintain the info as it should be. Also, we are to blame for the slow updating for our distributors. The M10 is 10 psi at 5 lpm. I really dont know where the P came from. This is exactly why we recently gave the whole line up part numbers. Your last entry is correct. I apologize for the confusion. I will try harder to get the latest and correct-est info out to all our distributors immediately. We have had someone working on our web site for over 6 months now. I think it is time to find someone else to get it done. jack](*,)


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