Old dive compressor lister engine.

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I thought PCP once filled lasted ages. How much brass are you firing to get through a dive tank regularly?
Mine fills to 300 bar. It’s regulated so has a longer sweet spot pressure of about 100-150 shots.
Unfortunately a 300 bar dive tank has very few fills at the top end and although still good for an amateur drowner, is next to useless for prolonged top ups.
It’s why a tanks service life is much longer for shooting. It never sustains the continuous stress of being emptied and filled.
 
One gets a little tired of driving to the scuba shop to have a full tank topped a couple of bar when the twunts charge per fill and not per bar.

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Mine fills to 300 bar. It’s regulated so has a longer sweet spot pressure of about 100-150 shots.
Unfortunately a 300 bar dive tank has very few fills at the top end and although still good for an amateur drowner, is next to useless for prolonged top ups.
It’s why a tanks service life is much longer for shooting. It never sustains the continuous stress of being emptied and filled.

I'll put it aside for now & get it running. Ive sold all my air powered stuff might buy somit now. 🤣
 
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