Discussion in 'Haynes Offroad' started by HAYNES OFFROAD, Nov 16, 2016.
I fill my 10# CO2 at a fire extinguisher place and it is about $18
I will fill anyone's HPA tank for free. You just get it to me...
While you can get HPA tanks filled at many places, we do recommend having them filled by places like Scuba shops as they use high quality breathing air with NO moisture. No moisture = no freezing valves.
This doesn't mean that if you get filled with regular air you will have issues, but it eliminates that problem completely. Co2 is stored as a liquid and can easily clog (freeze) up valves before it converts to a gas, especially when it is cold, or if the Co2 tank is on its side.
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Updated original post with Estimated Retail pricing.
Yep, that's the quality air that I offer. Class E air. Free for our FRF members.
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Not to mention, the freezing Co2 will destroy O rings and other seals in liquid form...
As per your first question, I am awaiting the official word from the manufacturer.
The valving has has two stages. It has the high pressure fill valve which is permanently (does come off for hydrostatic testing) mounted to the tank, and then a adjustable pressure regulator that is removable for storage/transport.
The main fill valve has a tank pressure gauge, which will show remaining tank pressure. The adjustable pressure regulator will also have a gauge that show the adjusted pressure.
You can use this tank in ANY position as the air is stored as a gas. There is no conversion. This goes for the Nitrogen as well.
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Perfect!! That is awesome of you!
Another reason Co2 is not recommended for many uses.
My HPA set-up.
You need to move to MI that would make your free offer better for me! Very nice of you to do this for the Raptor community.
Maybe it's just me but I didn't see a price.
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6.8L HPA System *Estimated Retail pricing $649*
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