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Air Venturi Carbon Fiber PCP Charging Station
One of the largest charging tanks available in the marketplace, the Air Venturi Carbon Fiber Charging Tank weighs much less than a steel scuba tank. Better yet, the advantage of carbon fiber over steel allows for a higher pressure capability of 4,500 psi, meaning more charges for your favorite PCP airgun and more shooting time for you.
Fill your air rifles and pistols with the simple fittings and be on your way to more pest control, target shooting and even competition. With 4,500 psi and a whopping 98 cu. ft. capacity, enjoy the most refills of your 3,000 psi airguns. The tank features stainless steel fittings, a 24 in. microbore hose and a rubberized hand wheel for controlled filling. The integrated pressure gauge lets you know when you're reaching your full charge, and the bleed valve is conveniently located on the valve.
Even shooting teams will be delighted at the number of fills they get from the Air Venturi Carbon Fiber PCP Charging Station. Averaging more than 40 fills, this tank is a practical choice for many shooting venues. For example, approximately 42 charges are provided on a 3,000 psi gun with a 215cc cylinder from a beginning gun reservoir pressure of 1,500 psi. You can expect more than 20 full charges on empty 3,000 psi gun with a 215cc cylinder. (The total number of fills vary based on the maximum charging capacity and the reservoir size of the gun(s) being charged.)
Comes with Jubilee Gun Charging Valve that incorporates a patented device restricting the flow rate into the airgun.
This tank has a 5-year retest cycle and a 15-year life cycle.
This compressor features an in-line gauge that shows the pressure in the line as you are refilling the tank, which is helpful to prevent overfilling. This gauge does NOT show internal pressure! To check your internal pressure, plug the end of the hose with a test plug and open the valve with the bleeder fully closed.
Additionally, there may be a slight movement in gauge’s valve connection when not under pressure. This is no cause for concern and will not cause any leaks or malfunctions in use.
Before purchase, please contact your local air supplier to see if they can fill this tank or buy one of our compressors.
This carbon fiber tank has a 300 bar DIN valve. Your local dive shop will have the ability to fill your tank.
If you plan on filling your high-pressure carbon fiber tank at a paintball shop, you will need to fill through the hose on the charging station with the Air Venturi Double Male Quick-Disconnect Coupling AV-00046 [PY-A-5202].
To fill at a firehouse, you will need to fill through the hose on the charging station with the Air Venturi Firehouse Adapter, Male SCBA Fitting With Male Quick-Disconnect For Adapting To Firehouse Fill Stations AV-00048M [PY-A-5750].
PLEASE NOTE: This is a carbon fiber tank. In many towns your local fire department has a compressor that can fill a high-pressure carbon fiber tank, as firefighters use similar tanks for breathing equipment during rescues.
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Things I liked: This tank is light and well made.
Things I would have changed: The price. You can buy comparable elsewhere for about $100 less.
What others should know: This is really a nice setup and deserves a high rating with the exception of the price. If the priced was lowered I would give it a five star rating.
Things I liked: It's light, simple to use, and provides many fills for my MRod .25.
Things I would have changed: For the price, Air Venturi should throw in the handle.
What others should know: The protective sleeve for the 88 cubic foot tank fits this one too.
Things I liked: Even though it is expensive and was hard to explain to the wife why I needed it, I'm so glad I bought it. Using a hand pump is a really good work out but kind of time consuming and I'm exhausted if I plan to shoot my guns for any length of time, especially if your having friends over to show them the fun of having an air rifle. I found the whole air gun experience much more enjoyable with the air tank but will keep the hand pump for backup.
Things I would have changed: A longer hose. Another foot of hose would make it easier to fill any air gun with an odd placed pressure gauge. It is a beautiful quality tank and I guess worth what they charge, it just seems a little high for what it is. If I was Air Venturi, a simple and inexpensive solution for the issue of having a round tank that will roll around when used to fill your gun, would be to have the packaging that protects the tank in shipping, come in two parts so one half of your shipping material could then be used as a support for holding the tank in place while using. I'm making my own cradle to hold the tank, which is easy for most to do but it would be great to have it come with the tank. Would also protect the tank better in shipping. A longer hose with cradle and with the cradle, you have something no other tank maker is offering. Makes the price point seem more reasonable.
What others should know: I did check with a local scuba shop before buying and they were great to deal with. I bought a fill card for 10 fills for $60 and the first fill was free. It seemed like a lot of money for air until I compare the time it will take to pump that much air myself. Plus, you don't have to worry about moisture or other contaminates you might be pumping into your gun. I also bought the tank cover and strap handle which is inexpensive and worth every penny. The tank didn't come with the manual but printed if off Pyramyd's site and of course Pyramyd got my order right out. Thanks!
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How do check the psi in the tank?
You would plug a test plug into the end of the hose and open the valve. That will fill the line to the max pressure available in the cylinder and that pressure will display on the gauge.
What is needed to fill this tank with a shoebox compressor?
Nothing. The quick disconnect on the hose will connect to the output on the shoebox.
I received the tank today but the pressure gauge on the valve is losing. You can move the gauge back and forth, left and right. Is that normal?
Yes, that is normal.