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CO2 OBA system recommendations?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by dontoe, Jul 25, 2006.

  1. dontoe

    dontoe 3/4 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    My wife said she'd get me one for my birthday. Is this one a good deal, and will it run air tools (my biggest requirement)? I want a fixed 150 PSI regulator, 20 LB bottle............what's yer input?




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    SPORT SERIES HyperFLO2 Systems
    HyperFLO2 Source? systems include lightweight aluminum powder coated** tank, HyperFLO2 regulator, 20ft Comp-Flex hose, quick connects, tire chuck and EVEN the high quality, powder coated tank bracket.

    OA-2KIT20
    20# / 1280 gallons Complete system $309.00





     
  2. roadnotca

    roadnotca 3/4 ton status

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    Surf E-bay, sometimes they go for wholesale. I got mine with 15 lbs. tank/10 lbs. capacity, with hose/coupler & bracket; I think it was $160+truck.:D
    I haven't/don't use it for air tools(yet). Its great for fill-up after a trail run with a crowd when local is only one gas station with one hose.
    I also use for spot pressure(garage) in between weekends, before topping it off before a run.
    With a blow gun, it can also serve as a back-up fire extinguisher.:D
     
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    readymix 3/4 ton status

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    Piece it together. I have a total of $40 into my 20Lb Bottle and regulator.
    I have compared my reg to the PT one and it flows about the same and does not freeze, even after 15 minutes with a cut-off wheel at full speed.
     
  4. GM Man

    GM Man 1/2 ton status

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    Where did you find your regulator at?
     
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    readymix 3/4 ton status

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    That is G-14 Classified.............:haha:





    I will look at one of them tonight and get the MFG and Part # off of it.
    I got 5 of them but 3 had ruptured diaphrams. Easy to get parts but I just never did it.
     
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    readymix 3/4 ton status

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    Watts Fluidair
    R1011-02D

    That is the number as best as it can be read off of the lable.
    Only specs I could find for a R11 series is that the max SCFM is 100.........


    Doesn't quite sound right to me though. See if you can match that anywhere
     

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