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Old 01-22-2008, 03:42 AM
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Ok, did I waste a post above?

In that post I explained that it's pretty much fool proof (if what is being described is what I think it is.) You hook your tank up to the correct fill station (either 3000 or 4500 psi), press a button or pull a lever, it fills your tank up to the correct psi then stops. Vent the fill station and remove your tank. Not complicated at all. You don't even have to watch your guage unless you're really safety concious.

Lots of fields use this (the initial expense is pretty high though) and most of the larger tournaments have them set up as well. I'm pretty sure the national level tournaments use this system.
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Ok, did I waste a post above?

In that post I explained that it's pretty much fool proof (if what is being described is what I think it is.) You hook your tank up to the correct fill station (either 3000 or 4500 psi), press a button or pull a lever, it fills your tank up to the correct psi then stops. Vent the fill station and remove your tank. Not complicated at all. You don't even have to watch your guage unless you're really safety concious.

Lots of fields use this (the initial expense is pretty high though) and most of the larger tournaments have them set up as well. I'm pretty sure the national level tournaments use this system.
I am new to the whole hpa thing, you're directions make sense but what is/how do you vent the fill stations?

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Old 04-14-2008, 01:31 PM
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Normally when you release the lever back to the "neutral" point it vents itself.
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^^^That, or you push it back in the opposite direction.
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Depends on the fill station. The ones around here, if you pushed it the other way it'd just try filling it again!
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