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Tank pressure to fill r10

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by tomo2k9, Mar 3, 2014.

  1. tomo2k9

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    Hey all ive just purchased a bsa r-10 , im wondering what pressure should a dive bottle tank should be to give an effective fill ? Im asking this because i work in vehicle body repair and there bottles we use for say welding ect , im wondering if i could use one of those get it filed with air an fit the appropriate adapter ect , just thinking if those tanks can have enough pressure put in them to effectively fill my r-10 over an over again, any help would be great thanks
     
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    Basically will these bottles ive got here be good enough to hold the pressure i need to put in them to fill my gun , beat around the bush abit on that first post haha couldn't get my words out
     

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  3. Steve K

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    Hi you need bottles that are date stamped and suitable for compressed air usually with 300 BAR pressure, the reason they're are date stamped is to make sure they are still in test
     
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    Thanks mate so if those tanks hold 300bar then its all good? An yh the tanks we have are all in date ect we go through them like no ones business so they are constantly getting re-filled an checked , thanks for the fast reply mate
     
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    These blue tanks have 200bar stamped on them , also they filled with co2 , my gaffer can get all the rite fittings ect so would save me alot of money if i can make these work
     
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    You really want 300 bar mate as you'll get a lot more fills than a 200...but if moneys a problem and you can get free refills somewhere a 200 will be ok.
     
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    Thanks for that mate , ill just get my gaffer to pick me up a 300 bar tank , it aint gonna cost me nothing ill just have to pay for the fittings thats all rely , and i can just get him to pop it to get it filled for me every time it runs out so it will work out pretty cheap tbh , thanks for the reply lads , just wanted to no if these sort of tanks were up to the task , cheers for your help an quick replys :D
     

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