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Thread: 300bar PCP filling filters

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    I have been thinking of the effect moisture may have on the pcp in the long run. So spoke to a supplyer on a 300bar filter to fit between the rifle and the fillingstation. This can then obviously go between the hand pump or little compressor, if you have one. The filters go for $33 USD currently. Anybody interrested in this?
    I will beed to compile a list and order the product.
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    You may have a very limited uptake on this.

    Not many people have 300 bar compressors and hand pumps (standard) without moisture / air filters, and the other filling method (tank) has been moisture-filtered already.
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    Agree with Blud. Air from the dive shop into my tank is already moisture free
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    Even if the air from the compressor or dive tank is 'wet' meaning that it is saturated with water vapour ( 100% relative humidity) the pressure drop when it flows to a pcp airtank operating at lower pressure will cause the RH to drop substantially and the air will become 'drier'.

    The only time you would benefit from this filter is :
    - dirty air
    - liquid water in the air
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bludlust View Post
    You may have a very limited uptake on this.

    Not many people have 300 bar compressors and hand pumps (standard) without moisture / air filters, and the other filling method (tank) has been moisture-filtered already.

    300bar aimed at people using 300bar duve cylinders, obviously can the guy with a 232bar cylinder use the same filter, as 300bar wiuld be the max load
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    I usecan one on a friendspower comp, wish sellsI them for dirt cheap
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    Quote Originally Posted by pcphunter34 View Post
    I usecan one on a friendspower comp, wish sellsI them for dirt cheap
    Eh?!
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    Bit late, but interested.
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