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    Posted: 01 April 2006 at 4:44am
I have been surfing the web trying to find a remote system that says that it is tested for 4500psi...  and to no avail, all I can find are remotes tested for 3000psi.  Does a remote exist that can safely handle an N2 tank that holds 4500, or have I wasted my money in buying such a tank.   If a remote system does exist that can handle 4500psi can someone please tell me of this remote.  Thanks once again...  Ace
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The 3000psi will be ok as the gas coming out of the tank is a max of 850psi using comp-air .
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Yes, the tank does not release 4500 psi...
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Like they said, the tank is able to hold 4500psi. It dosent let that much out, that would be the output pressure. The highest is around 850psi I believe. All remotes should be able to handle a 4500psi tank.
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Originally posted by Ace Kicker Ace Kicker wrote:

I have been surfing the web trying to find a remote system that says that it is tested for 4500psi...  and to no avail, all I can find are remotes tested for 3000psi.  Does a remote exist that can safely handle an N2 tank that holds 4500, or have I wasted my money in buying such a tank.   If a remote system does exist that can handle 4500psi can someone please tell me of this remote.  Thanks once again...  Ace

Ace,

You are not aware as to the output pressure of your tank? The valve body in an HPA tank contains a regulator. Most common is the fixed 850 psi output (called a high pressure output tank). There is another that provides about 400 psi, called a low pressure output. And a variable output tank that has an adjustable regulator which you can set at any pressure desire.

All remotes can handle 3000 psi which is well below the output of the tank. Also be aware that all HPA tanks have both  high pressure and low pressure safety burst disks. One that will blow if the tank exceeds its safety margins, and the other that will blow if the regulator screws up causing output to exceed its margins. The low pressure burst disk ruptures at, usually, 1500 to 1800 psi.



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