Date: 25/6/2018 5:40

Air Venturi LE Carbon Fiber Air Tank, 4500 PSI, 45 Cu Ft, DOM 2001

Air Venturi LE Carbon Fiber Air Tank, 4500 PSI, 45 Cu Ft, DOM 2001

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  • Air Venturi Life Extended Carbon Fiber Air Tank
  • 4,500 psi max fill pressure
  • 45 cu. ft. capacity
  • DIN 300 Fill assembly 
  • 24 in. microbore hose
  • Stainless steel female quick-disconnect coupling attached to output end of hose
  • DOT Approved (SP-16320)
  • Manufactured in the year 2001
  • 22.5" tall to top of valve
  • 5.5" wide
  • 8.5 lbs. dry weight

Please note that the tank you receive may vary in appearance from the tank shown in the image but will be the correct size with the advertised amount of years remaining.

Recent DOT regulation (SP-16320) changes have led to some amazing developments for airgunners!  Life Extended tanks may be used up to an additional 15 years from their born on date. For example, a tank manufactured in the year 2001, would have previously expired in 2016. Now, this tank may be usable until 2031 once Life Extended!

If the cost of a brand new carbon fiber air cylinder has kept you from getting into PCP airguns, a Life Extended cylinder may be the answer! These carbon fiber cylinders are lightweight and capable of storing up to 4500 psi of high pressure air.  Potentially providing thousands of shots for your PCP airguns!

Of course, just like brand new carbon fiber SCBA cylinders, they must pass testing every 5 years from the Life Extension date to remain in service (Ex. A tank Life Extended in 2017, wouldn’t require a retest until 2022).  This testing can only be done by Digital Wave Corporation for Life Extended tanks and will cost about the same as a standard hydro test plus shipping and handling.

These cylinders come with a brand new 300 BAR DIN valve and fill assembly that ends in a female quick disconnect fitting, ready to fill your PCP airguns.  The valve and fill assembly feature 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.

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Item Code: AV-30MI2001-A [PY-A-8635]
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  • grady from USA asked:

    Will this fill my gun to 3000psi or is it regulated to a lower pressure?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Yes it will. The output on this tank is not regulated

  • brian from USA asked:

    Do you need some kinda fill adaptor or can it be filled just with a male to male fitting ?

    • Tyler from USA:

      To fill the tank you can either fill through the hose with a male to male adapter (depending on your compressor set up) or you can purchase a DIN fill adapter but again, that all depends on your compressor set up.

  • Matt from USA asked:

    Why doesn't PA include a copy of the SP-16320 ? At this price they should. For a "recycled tank" I don't think this is much of a bargain.

    • Tyler from USA:

      When I got into PCPs 7-8 years ago, I paid $300 for a 45 cu ft tank with the fill assembly that had 3 years left on it. By comparison, this is a way better deal. Sure you can find some great deals on ebay and through other sources, but you will still have to factor a fill assembly in to that cost most of the time. So for a brand new valve and fill assembly that retails around $160 on top of the life left of the tank, it seems like a solid deal to me. I wish these had been around when I got into PCPs.

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