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Wow didn't know praxair deliver to residentials?



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Sounds like a cracking deal to me mate smile.gif

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Good pricing, i'd be all over that $200 for 180L. Hope that includes a hose too. .80/L is good too. I've been trying to get the price down from $1/L but would much rather rent out a 180L.



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Things went well for a first run which makes me happy. I stopped by praxair today and talked to the regional manager and he told me if I rented a 180L dewar from them it would be $200 filled and delivered each month. It seems reasonable to me so ill probably at least do that once then decide from there. He told me he could also do personal dewar for .80/L

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Wow didn't know praxair deliver to residentials?

They do here in Canada, but sounds like they do not in the US.
But in the US Ln2 can be gotten from places like welding shops, can't speak for all of Canada, but no such thing as ln2 used for welding anywhere near me.
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Good pricing, i'd be all over that $200 for 180L. Hope that includes a hose too. .80/L is good too. I've been trying to get the price down from $1/L but would much rather rent out a 180L.

$200 including rental would be great! I went to Airgas from Praxair for lower rental rates.
As Mike pointed out, try to get the hose & phase separator included, they aren't cheap to buy.

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Well he said it included an extraction unit so I assume that would be all I needed. Also for residential delivery you need to open an account with them.

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Well he said it included an extraction unit so I assume that would be all I needed. Also for residential delivery you need to open an account with them.


Can you confirm bro? Because I have a Praxair ( San Jose, Oakland Rd.) close to my work (Fox Ln) just 1 block away smile.gif . I already have an Airgas
account (thanks to Cl3p20), but if they give me same deal as yours then that would be sweet!!



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I went to the one in Pittsburgh and that is what I got from the territory manager. He was actually very interested in what I was doing and wanted to see it.

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Yea I called originally. Then I went in and he told me that he could do a lot more than the people that answer phones.

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I will definitely talk to praxair next week thumb.gif


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Is there any need to rinse out the pot due to the acetone or should it be fine? I should of soaked it up with a shop towel last night but instead left it in thinking it would evaporate and 24 hours after it was still there which is weird because I poured some in a bowl and it was gone in a couple hours.

Oh just to add it isn't 100% acetone, it is nail polish remover that has denatonium benzoate mixed with it.

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