The new version of the air regulator improves airflow, provides stable, reliable output pressure, and is small and lightweight.
Easy to use, pressure adjusting knobs easily compensate for temperature changes and differences between different tanks, maintaining a consistent muzzle velocity and protecting pneumatic tools from damage is essential!
Configurable to work with all 0.825 “-14 CO2 tanks, whether running the tank on board or using remote lines, the new version of the regulator will improve the functionality of any marker you use!
Why do I need an air conditioner?
The regulator controls the air entering the gun from the tank and stabilizes that pressure. The regulator on the tank must measure, for example, from 3000psi (maximum) down to 0-2000psi (3000psi gauge pressure). These regulator valves, after undergoing a large change in pressure, take the fluctuating output from the tank and refine it into a stable supply to produce more consistent function and precision.
Since this pressure regulator cannot produce constant pressure, it takes time to adjust the pressure. If fully automatic fire, the air pressure may be unstable, the pressure gauge may show back pressure and jump, but this will not affect the single shot or wait 1 second to fire again.
Instructions for use:
Follow these steps:
Undo the knob.
Connect the regulator kit to your cylinder.
Tighten the knob slowly to reduce pressure.
Attention! We can only adjust the pressure from 0 psi until you reach your desired pressure range (maximum adjustable pressure of 2000 psi). After each fire, the pressure will be refreshed.
By using an HPA CO2 Compressed Air Regulator adjustable valve, you can easily solve gas problems in a CO2 G1/2-14 tank or HPA cylinder. It is a powerful regulator system with reliable output pressure control and a compact design. Whether you’re in competition or combat, this regulator provides you with a more stable, consistent gas supply to improve your equipment performance.
If you have any questions or need further information, please feel free to contact us