Air Venturi carbon fiber tank with high-output regulator.
Use this Air Venturi tank for airguns only. It should not be used for filling paintball guns.
Neck of the carbon fiber tank and high-output regulator.
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1-year limited warranty
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This high-pressure tank must be filled through the male quick-disconnect on the neck. Before buying, please contact your local air supplier to see if they can fill this tank. Paintball stores may be able to fill your tank, so you may be able to find a fill source through them.
Fill 'er up! This handy carbon fiber tank is small enough to tote around in the field in a backpack while hunting or eliminating pests. Easily fill your air rifles and pistols with the easy on/off quick-disconnect coupling.
If you shoot field target, this could take the place of a buddy bottle. Since it's filled to a pressure of 4,500 psi, you'll get a lot more refills to your 2,900 psi PCP rifle than you would with a buddy bottle. More refills, less hassles, no pumps, no heavy tanks -- it has everything going for it!
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Things I liked: Easy to understand instructions, very detailed information. Super easy to use! I like that it regulates the pressure to 2,900 psi.
Things I would have changed: Offer a cover for the bottle and some sort of cover for the fill nipple that won't get lost
What others should know: Don't keep in direct sunlight in your vehicle. Mine went from 4,000 psi to 4,500 psi in about an hour and a half so be careful and have fun. ; )
Things I liked: The tank is small and light enough to take to the field. I have owned it for 1 1/2 years. The valve has always worked properly with no leakage. The quick disconnect works good.
Things I would have changed: The accuracy of the air pressure gauge is questionable due to it's small face and 1000 psi labels with 500 psi tick marks. A larger more accurate gauge would help. Regulate the pressure to 2900 PSI instead of the 2600 PSI I actually get from the tank. I cascade two 3000 PSI scuba tanks to top off my PCP's around the house so I can get close to the 200 bar fill they want.
What others should know: The air pressure gage exploded last week. I had safety goggles on, but I am lucky I was not looking directly at it. The gage face plate and the scale face blew off and are gone, lost somewhere in my garage! The gauge needle and pressure spiral are still in the gage. The tank was being pressurized by my Shoe Box compressor at about 4200 PSI - 4300 PSI (as best I can tell with the little air gauge). All the air continued to vented out of the tank over about 5 minutes since the pressure hole in the gage is also small. As the warranty period is over I will have to buy another gage That gauge scars me so I will upgrade to a better gage.
Things I liked: Price and pressure regulation when pressurizing gun.
Things I would have changed: Needs protective cover
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Does the 90 cut in tank require. Hydro testing?
Yes, every 5 years. With a 15 years lifespan from the date of manufacture
I refill my tank up to 4500psi but it drops to 4100psi. It stops at 4100psi not lower. What could be the problem?
With an Air Venturi Air Compressor at my local airgunshop. I tried cooling it off first then fill it up to 4700psi so it will drop to 4500psi. But is sill drops to 4100psi.
With Air Venturi Air Compressor @ my local airgunshop . I tried cooling it off first, then fill it up to 4700psi so it can drop to 4500psi. But it still drops to 4100psi.
What are you refilling the tank with? It could just be cooling as there is usually a decent amount of heat that builds up when filling a CF tank.
Will a small tank from an oxygen acetylene the oxygen tank work with filling a PCP gun?
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