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    Air Venturi Tank Adapter Assembly, 4500 psi, for High-Pressure SCBA Tanks

      Air Venturi Tank Adapter Assembly, 4500 psi, for High-Pressure SCBA TanksBuy Air Venturi Tank Adapter Assembly, 4500 psi, for High-Pressure SCBA Tanks at PyramydAir.com from convenience of your home. Hoses. Air Venturi.
    Air Venturi Tank Adapter Assembly, 4500 psi, for High-Pressure SCBA Tanks
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    SKU PY-A-4011

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    • Tank adapter assembly
    • Fits high-pressure scba (self-contained breathing apparatus) tank, including the Air Venturi carbon fiber tank
    • 4500 psi
    • Includes bleeder, hose and female quick-disconnect coupling
    • Does not include a manometer (air pressure gauge)
    • Does not fit standard scba tanks, which operate at max pressures below 4500 psi

    Fits the Air Venturi carbon fiber tank--AV-4500HPT [PY-A-350]. Inline manometer (air pressure gauge) sold separately--AV-00031 [PY-A-3865].

    Suitable for connecting your high-pressure scba tank to a precharged pneumatic air rifle.


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    Item Code: AV-000027 [PY-A-4011]

    Overall rating:4 4.0

    Value for money:3 3.0

      By John from USA on 2014-03-01
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    Things I liked:Has worked perfect for me.
    Things I would have changed:Longer hose and a port for a gage.
    What others should know:Nothing

    Overall rating:3 3.0

    Value for money:2 2.0

      By tony from USA on 2013-07-19
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    Things I liked:It does allow me to charge my PRod from my SCBA tank and also I can use it to charge my paintball air tanks
    Things I would have changed:better O-rings/seals.
    What others should know:The O-ring on mine is all cut up from the first day of use, it seems the tube that should contact the SCBA fitting is a tad short making it somewhat selective on what bottle it want to seal with. The pressure relief on it is a great feature but mine is having issues. It's not closing/sealing so it's leaking air while I refill my air rifle

    Overall rating:1 1.0

    Value for money:1 1.0

      By Donald from USA on 2013-06-17
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    Things I liked:Not compatable with standard scba tanks.
    Things I would have changed:Make it fit Standard scba tanks.
    What others should know:Won't fit scba tanks with standard fittings Mine is a Drager Scba tank.
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    • Nikolas from USA asked:

      So this would work at a fireplace fill station? When connecting to a Scott Revolveair system?

      • Jonathan from USA asked:

        Cut & paste from the description: •Includes bleeder, hose and female quick-disconnect coupling. Now I'm confused....I guess I'll just spend the extra $$$ and get a whole valve/gauge/bleeder/hose assembly from Joe B. Thanks for your reply Tyler, appreciate you taking the time to answer:)

        • Jonathan from USA asked:

          Where is the bleeder assembly on this setup? I don't see one...

          • Tyler from USA:

            The bleeder would be located on the fill gauge assembly in most cases. This hose would connect to that. If you were to attach this directly to a tank, you would be without a bleeder which I would not recommend.

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