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  • #2182
    knifemaker
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    Woo Hoo !!! I finally found a welding shop that will lease me a dry nitrogen tank that they can fill to 3500 PSI.. I forgot to ask what the CF was for the tank size. But it is the same size as a full size oxygen tank for a welding/cutting set-up.

    The price was really “LOW”. I’ll have to fugure what set-up to use for the fill hoses and fittings. Should be doable

    Anyone have any in put here?

    Mike

    #39394
    akula
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    Knifemaker; How much will the shop charge you to fill/top off the tank? AKULA

    #39395
    knifemaker
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    45.00 a year rental fee. 50.00 to fill the tank.

    #39405
    daved
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    Hey, Mike, check out the post I did that Adam moved to the Quick Reference section: http://talonairgun.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2331
    If you have any more questions, fire away :-)!

    Dave

    #39411
    knifemaker
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    Thanks D!

    #39412
    knifemaker
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    Daved. About what will it run me to set up the guages etc.?

    #39413
    daved
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    If memory serves (always questionable), and you include the cost of the Air Force scuba adapter, I think the total was around $200. Truth be told, I think Joe Brancato can set you up with something better and nicer looking for about the same or a little less. Mine is a work in progress that just sort of evolved as I needed it. Plus there’s extra cost in mine, the cylinder pressure gage really isn’t required. Here’s a couple of links worth looking at:
    http://www.paintball-discounters.com/get_item_010558_hpa-fill-station.htm
    http://www.hamcontact.com/airgun/HoseAssembly/
    http://www.breathingair.com/level.aspx?Name=%22Accessories%20%26%20Parts%20%22%20
    The first is a reg I’d like, but the price is a little hard to swallow. The second is Joe’s site, scroll down the page for the helium/nitrogen setups. The last one is a source for high quality, high pressure parts. Haven’t actually ordered anything from them yet, but I have a pretty extensive shopping list :-). Later.

    Dave

    #39461
    knifemaker
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    Thanks , I’ll check it out!

    Mike

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