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Carbon Fiber Tank, 4500 psi, 88 cu ft

Carbon Fiber Tank, 4500 psi, 88 cu ft

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  • DOT-approved
  • Carbon fiber filament wound over aluminum bladder
  • 88 cu ft
  • 4500 psi max pressure
  • 2-ft. microbore hose
  • 11.3 lbs dry weight
  • DOT-SP 11194

    Includes:
  • Seal washer
  • Hose has an inline gauge (eliminates use of a yoke)
  • Air Venturi female quick-disconnect adapter


This is not a scuba tank. It's a carbon fiber tank, which is also called an scba tank, and has a high-pressure scba valve...like the one firefighters use on their scba tanks. Many dive shops do not have the ability to fill these tanks. In some towns, the fire department has a compressor that can fill a high-pressure carbon fiber tank, as firefighters use smaller scba tanks for breathing equipment during rescues.

You might want to approach your local fire department and ask if they would be willing to fill your high-pressure carbon fiber/scba tank from their compressor. Another alternative is to contact a local paintball store, as paintballers use carbon fiber tanks to fill their markers.

If the only alternative you have is to fill your high-pressure carbon fiber scba tank at a dive shop, a 1/8" BSPP male to DIN female adapter (PY-A-5356) can temporarily replace the hose on the valve adapter so the dive shop can fill your tank.

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Item Code: AV-4500HPT [PY-A-350]
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By Howard from USA on 2015-09-06
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Things I liked: The bleed valve leaks after only 2 fills, can't shut it off. the little white plastic ball is crap!! $750.00 is a LOT OF MONEY, I can't believe I'm the only one having this problem.. no repair parts?? maybe something better?? HELP!!

Things I would have changed: the pressure regulator that is on the smaller tank should also be on the large Tank! t The small tank has a lot better bleeder valve. has to bleed out fast so the check valve closes or you loose all your air. Air hose should be longer also.

What others should know: I Love Air guns, nice and quiet.

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By Howard from USA on 2015-09-06
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Things I liked: The bleed valve leaks after only 2 fills, can't shut it off. the little white plastic ball is crap!! $750.00 is a LOT OF MONEY, I can't believe I'm the only one having this problem.. no repair parts?? maybe something better?? HELP!!

Things I would have changed: the pressure regulator that is on the smaller tank should also be on the large Tank! t The small tank has a lot better bleeder valve. has to bleed out fast so the check valve closes or you loose all your air. Air hose should be longer also.

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By John from USA on 2015-08-04
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Things I liked: Holds a lot of air!!

Things I would have changed: 1) pressure gauge - would be nice to know if it was certified accurate. It's a little disturbing when the gauge on the tank reads just over the 4000psi line but no ware near the 4500psi line but I have the compressor turn off at 4300psi. I need to know which is accurate (tank or compressor gauge). 2) Really needs a holder/carrier!! I've purchased a courier bag from an on-line retailer to try, but I would like a padded wheeled cart for this thing. It's just too awkward at the range.

What others should know: When charging the tank in your PCP device, do it slow. Only turn the know a bit and watch the gauge. You don't want to bust the tank in your new gun (no I didn't do this but I can see it happening.

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  • kenney from USA asked:

    What will i need to fill this tank from a shoebox compressor

    • Durwood from USA asked:

      All your products should include basic specs. What are the dimensions and weight of this tank?

      • Stacey from USA:

        tank is 21.5" tall and 7" in diameter. It weighs approx. 18 lbs

    • Francisco from Argentina asked:

      What type of thread is? NxG or CGA?

      • Stacey from USA:

        CGA 347 (scba)

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