Air Venturi Carbon Fiber PCP Charging Station
- 74 cu. ft. carbon fiber tank, 4,500 psi
- DIN 300 bar PCP charging station
- DIN 300 bar valve with burst disc
- Inline pressure gauge 0-6000 psi 1/8″ BSPP
- 4,500 psi max pressure
- 24 in. microbore hose with 1/8″ BSPP
- Male and female threaded ends, each 1/8″ BSPP
- Stainless steel female quick-disconnect coupling attached to output end of hose
- Carbon fiber filament wound over aluminum bladder
- 74 cu. ft. capacity
- 4,500 psi max pressure
- 9.9 lbs. dry weight
- 6.5″ wide
- 23.5″ tall to top of valve
One of the largest charging tanks available in the marketplace, the Air Venturi Carbon Fiber Charging Tank weighs much less than a steel scuba tank. Better yet, the advantage of carbon fiber over steel allows for a higher pressure capability of 4,500 psi, meaning more charges for your favorite PCP airgun and more shooting time for you.
Fill your air rifles and pistols with the simple fittings and be on your way to more pest control, target shooting and even competition. With 4,500 psi and a substantial 74 cu. ft. capacity, enjoy the most refills of your 3,000 psi airguns. The tank features 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.
Even shooting teams will be delighted at the number of fills they get from the Air Venturi Carbon Fiber PCP Charging Station. Averaging more than 35 fills, this tank is a practical choice for many shooting venues. For example, approximately 32 charges are provided on a 3,000 psi gun with a 215cc cylinder from a beginning gun reservoir pressure of 1,500 psi. You can expect more than 15 full charges on an empty 3,000 psi gun with a 215cc cylinder. (The total number of fills vary based on the maximum charging capacity and the reservoir size of the gun(s) being charged.)
This air tank features an in-line gauge that shows the pressure in the line as you are refilling the tank, which is helpful to prevent overfilling. This gauge does NOT show internal pressure! To check your internal pressure, plug the end of the hose with a test plug and open the valve with the bleeder fully closed.
Additionally, there may be a slight movement in gauge’s valve connection when not under pressure. This is no cause for concern and will not cause any leaks or malfunctions in use.