Luxfer Aluminum 10 Liters Tank WP 200 BAR with 200/300 DIN Valve with Fill Kit (The Economical Fill Station)
Fill Kit Specifications:
Now bundled with your favorite fill kit. Stainless Steel DIN Fittings with screw type bleed. Never bother about damage or rust as these will outlast any other fill setup due to the rigid built. The hose is rated to handle 650 Bar (9427 psi) and comes in a standard length of 3 feet. Microbore hoses are best when you don't want to waste excess air on those fills. Now fitted with an "Anti Kink" Spring on both ends to help protect the hose from bending/damages. The open end of the hose comes with female 1/8 BSP thread fittings. You can attach a female foster adapter to the hose end and thereby couple male (quick disconnect) foster adapter for interchangeability. Helps most, when you have a couple of airguns (different brands) which comes with different fill probes. Just add a male foster on those fill probes and you have a quick disconnect setup for all your airguns.(Universal configuration) Will work directly with most fill probes from airgun manufacturers. Fill kit is universal and suitable for both 200 bar and 300 bar DIN cylinders. These are not brass fittings which are coated to give a Stainless Steel finish. These are machined on CNC from Stainless steel for safety, performance, and rigidity.
Cylinder Specifications: These Cylinders come with one of the finest valve systems which allow you to operate the cylinder in a controlled manner. Very smooth to open/close thereby providing maximum control over filling. These come with sturdy handles which help carry and move around with ease. These cylinders are heavier when compared to Carbon Composite tanks often found to be more expensive, but do have their advantages. These tanks are recommended for shooting range purposes and to practice at indoor ranges. You wouldn't need a stand for these tanks as these stand vertical and have a firm base to stay upright and thereby the ease of filling. Best for competition airguns as most air cylinders used in competitions are rated at 200 bar. This higher pressure capability not only allows the tank to hold more usable air, but it also enables it to supply more fully-rated fills versus a regular scuba tank.