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PostPosted: Wed Oct 27, 2021 11:08 am 
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I happened across this and picked it up yesterday at a warehouse that sells food processing equipment in Toronto.
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There was a language barrier between me and all the employees so can't say much other than this may have been the last one. Paid $300 plus tax, no auto stop, and intermediate water separator between stage 1 and 2. filled my 280cc gun from 1200 to 2900 in less than 2 min. Didn't vibrate on the table. I needed to wear hearing protection next to it. Did not come with oil but uses easy to find aw hydraulic oil. I plan to build a cart so I can wheel it around at the range


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 27, 2021 1:40 pm 
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Great price! Congrats!
They are loud aren't they, but nice and fast anyway and can fill the large tanks.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 11, 2021 10:13 pm 
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I modified one of mine to use an automotive heater core as a radiator, inline water pump and muffin fan to cool the radiator. It added 10 pounds to the weight, so still a "grab and go" proposition. I used to take it to the range to fill my guns, before I bought an SCBA tank.

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 12, 2021 5:30 am 
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3K max. ?


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 12, 2021 6:31 am 
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I looked at 11L 3000 psi( 80 cuft) scuba tank, great price $280 new, plus whip line. My new gun peaks out at 3625 psi, https://www.airgunforum.ca/forums/topic89924.html so I would need a carbon fiber tank to maintain peak and it is dual tanks around 850 cc of air. Still waiting for the scope then off to the range, the sweet spot for heavy pellets and slugs is still to be determined. This is a single use gun so maybe one mag per day. I have 4 48-3000 tanks that are T-ed together through the gauge ports for the 2900 psi guns and because the tanks are under 1l no retest here in Canada. I still have a motorcycle rad and bio coolant if cooling is an issue in the future.

You all have a great day. Rob


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 12, 2021 7:06 am 
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McRobert wrote:
I looked at 11L 3000 psi( 80 cuft) scuba tank, great price $280 new, plus whip line. My new gun peaks out at 3625 psi, https://www.airgunforum.ca/forums/topic89924.html so I would need a carbon fiber tank to maintain peak and it is dual tanks around 850 cc of air. Still waiting for the scope then off to the range, the sweet spot for heavy pellets and slugs is still to be determined. This is a single use gun so maybe one mag per day. I have 4 48-3000 tanks that are T-ed together through the gauge ports for the 2900 psi guns and because the tanks are under 1l no retest here in Canada. I still have a motorcycle rad and bio coolant if cooling is an issue in the future.

You all have a great day. Rob


So, I would think you would be looking for a 4500 psi tank. right?


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 09, 2021 6:36 pm 
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McRobert wrote:
I happened across this and picked it up yesterday at a warehouse that sells food processing equipment in Toronto.
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There was a language barrier between me and all the employees so can't say much other than this may have been the last one. Paid $300 plus tax, no auto stop, and intermediate water separator between stage 1 and 2. filled my 280cc gun from 1200 to 2900 in less than 2 min. Didn't vibrate on the table. I needed to wear hearing protection next to it. Did not come with oil but uses easy to find aw hydraulic oil. I plan to build a cart so I can wheel it around at the range


How did you just happen across this? Lol. I am looking for one of these and work in Toronto. Details please.

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 09, 2021 10:04 pm 
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Long story, was at store buying something unrelated, got on the subject off airguns, they made a call an hour later drove down the 401 and picked it up. It was sitting on a pallet no others around, it seemed out of place. It works fine but should have purchased one with the intermediate water separator. I have ordered the separator $ 60 on ebay but missing one fitting, so can not install it. I have went to 2 hydraulic shops, they have a match for the tube but not the head thread.


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