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    Default Re: Brand New Heavy Volume Medium Pressure Oxygen Systems for under $1500.

    Thank you for your comments. I apologize for not supplying a more detailed post. I am attaching images that may answer some of your questions. For a more information please email omg.oxygen@gmail.com or robert@saltcityglass.com or text (801) 949-0575.Name:  vortex-diagran2.png
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    Default Re: Brand New Heavy Volume Medium Pressure Oxygen Systems for under $1500.

    is there any video you guys might have of a complete system up and running successfully? I have been very interested in the new products you are offering but its really hard to make the investment with no real reviews or any input from people who may have your systems up and running..

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    Default Re: Brand New Heavy Volume Medium Pressure Oxygen Systems for under $1500.

    you may have overnighted parts to me, but i still didn't have a "work while you fill whip" as advertised. i wasn't about to send the whole thing back and lose more time on the torch, so i wrote it off. $200 and change for a regular whip and T's and valves i can't use. great deal. no offense, but you didn't even know why the 400psi gauge wasn't right.
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    Default Re: Brand New Heavy Volume Medium Pressure Oxygen Systems for under $1500.

    Quote Originally Posted by Saltcityglass View Post
    The vortex is a complete system including input pressure regulator, overheat system, automatic reset. All of the hoses, pressure relief valve, etc. All you provide is concentrator(s), pressure tank and a regulator.
    This is kind of like saying a combustion engine is a transportation mechanism and that your engine is cheaper than someone else's car. You might be able to argue that it's technically correct, but it's clearly a misleading picture to paint. The car can get you from point A to point B, the engine (by itself) can't. You can call the compressor a "system", but the compressor by itself isn't going to let you run your torch. So comparing your component piece to the cost of building a full system seems like a bit of a category error.
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    Default Re: Brand New Heavy Volume Medium Pressure Oxygen Systems for under $1500.

    Quote Originally Posted by istandalone24/7 View Post
    you may have overnighted parts to me, but i still didn't have a "work while you fill whip" as advertised. i wasn't about to send the whole thing back and lose more time on the torch, so i wrote it off. $200 and change for a regular whip and T's and valves i can't use. great deal. no offense, but you didn't even know why the 400psi gauge wasn't right.
    This probably isn't the place for this, but can someone explain to me the problem with working while you fill with a regular whip? I have a 2 tank whip, I was going to put a shutoff between the 2 tanks, but I didn't. I've never had a problem with "breathing" or any fluctuations in oxygen pressure while the homefill's running. My regulator keeps the 02 flow constant, and the tanks fill. Anyone feel free to pm or whatever, I'm confused how others cant melt & fill simultaneously, break it down for me?

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    Default Re: Brand New Heavy Volume Medium Pressure Oxygen Systems for under $1500.

    Quote Originally Posted by BurntHands View Post
    This probably isn't the place for this, but can someone explain to me the problem with working while you fill with a regular whip? I have a 2 tank whip, I was going to put a shutoff between the 2 tanks, but I didn't. I've never had a problem with "breathing" or any fluctuations in oxygen pressure while the homefill's running. My regulator keeps the 02 flow constant, and the tanks fill. Anyone feel free to pm or whatever, I'm confused how others cant melt & fill simultaneously, break it down for me?
    All you need to fill and work is a CGA 540 male output tee.

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    what are the things that make this worth 1500.00 vs say .. a gast air compressor or a califorinia air for a couple hundred ?

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    Default Re: Brand New Heavy Volume Medium Pressure Oxygen Systems for under $1500.

    Just to clarify, that T splits it to two regulator connections, not hose fittings, right?

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    Default Re: Brand New Heavy Volume Medium Pressure Oxygen Systems for under $1500.

    Quote Originally Posted by Carl View Post
    Just to clarify, that T splits it to two regulator connections, not hose fittings, right?
    Correct. Regulator connection is called cga 540

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