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Old 2007-07-31, 5:15pm
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Default O2 concentrator question for mulitple torches.

has anyone here used or seen a SeQual Quad 100 or 130.

i am looking to hook up 6 or 7 lynxes to a generator and trying to figure out which one to get.

or should i consider 3 huricanes, 3 psyclone I, or a quad 130

has anyone run 2 lynxes off of a huricane or psyclone?

thanks
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Old 2007-08-01, 6:35am
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Honestly, if you are running that many torches and considering that many concentrators, I would look into liquid oxygen. Takes up less space, uses less electricity, and will probably be cheaper. Not to mention that there is no concentrator out there that works as well as liquid oxygen...
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Old 2007-08-01, 7:51am
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LOL u thought i was on bottles...hell no, i have been using liquid for years now.
im trying to lower my liquid consumption

right now we go through 1.5 liquid tanks a week. spenind about 800$ a month with rental.

im really thinking the quad130 will be the best bet as it flows 130scfh and is under $10k with the compressor.

the other options are the
OGSI og-100 (100scfh) which is about 18k$ i think
air sep AS-D which only is 90scfh and about the same price as the OGSI

so if a huricane can run 2 lynxs at $1300 each then thats only $3900 which is almost half the price of price of the quad and 25% of the bigger machines.

so someone out there must be running a huricane?
i really have been wondering if they are a good product, reliability, output etc...

btw: 6 lynx require 103scfh when they are all on full throttle, which rarely happens in my shop so 100scfh should be plenty.
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Old 2007-08-02, 10:46am
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I would go with either an OnSite pro 4 or Pro 8
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