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Curious about testing

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Bolor, Feb 28, 2012.

  1. Bolor

    Bolor Banned BANNED

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    Now i know you have to get air bottles tested every so many years but,,, how often should you have the air chamber tested on a pcp?
     
  2. andy46

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    i was thinking the same,but would they have to remove them to test them
     
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    Easy on a HW100 :)

    I've left this on to annoy Darren Petts, Barcelona, and all the other old people.
     
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    It should state it in the manual/manufacturer website. I checked mine last night and I believe it said pressure test every 10yrs although I can't quite remember now :)
     
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    Daystate suggest it should be tested every 10 years, but if filling from a ump (without dry air filter) care should be taken when filling and 5 years it should be looked at.
     
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    i'm pretty sure pressure vessels below a certain cc are exempt from testing,some one will clarify this for you no doubt.
    andy
     
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    On my AAs410 it says to be tested biannually!
     
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    On air arms cylinders, its an inspection biaunnualy, and full test every 10 years. Or so i was told......lol
     

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