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Air Venturi EZ Valve for Air Venturi Carbon Fiber Tanks
Optimize the function of your carbon fiber air tank with this the EZ Valve from Air Venturi. With this slow flow valve, filling your PCP airguns couldn't be easier! Everything you need for fast fills is available right in the valve. To get started filling your gun, simply screw down to pressurize your tank, unscrew to stop the airflow, and unscrew all the way out to bleed the line. Each valve includes 2 gauges, one to show you how much air is going into your gun, and another to show the pressure remaining in the tank.
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Things I liked: I can fill my gun to any pressure. I had the regulated version of this regulator. It would fill only to 2700 psi. This regulator is unregulated so I can fill my guns to exactly 3000psi
Things I would have changed: Price is a little step for just regulator. Almost as much as a tank itself
What others should know: If you want to fill your guns to 3000 psi or more or less. Get this regulator. I'm glad I did
Things I liked: Simple unit & quick to use for filling airguns in the field.
Things I would have changed: It would be nice if they could get the price down a little. It is fairly expensive for being a non-regulated fill valve.
What others should know: I had an air leak at the tank gauge. Had to re-seal the threads with teflon tape.
Things I liked: Automatic bleed Valve. Non regulated slow fill. After putting a carbon fiber 3620# tank on my customised and tuned TT'd .25cal "TalonSS-Dor" ... My old 3000# output regulator became useless to me since I now charge my rifle to 3500#.
Things I would have changed: Better Teflon Thread Tape, and better application of it. Could cost a bit less especially since I had to spend two hours draining my tank, replacing all the thread tape, and filling back up, putting unnecessary wear and tear on my compressor.
What others should know: Previous experience with Tanks, Valves, Compressors, Pumps etc. told me I should have redone the threads on all connections before installing this, but my impatience won and I ignored my intuition. Needless to say, I filled my tank after installing this regulator and charged to 4500#. A few days later I started hearing a leak from one of the guages. So, I emptied the tank and took off the factory black tape that was poorly applied, to all threads on the hose, guages, fill port, and burst disk. Reinstlled and refilled it yesterday and seems to be holding at 4500#. So far so good.
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Hi, I am new on the pcp air gun world, I just bought a gauntlet .22 and I wonder if I can fill my rifle with this tank?
Will this valve fit a air venture 90 cu in tank
How tall is this tank. How long is the hose attachment. What PSI is it regulated to.
It's not a tank, just the valve and hose assembly. The output is not regulated. The hose length is 20" including the QD fitting