Interstate Pneumatics WRCO2-FKIT3 20 oz. CO2 Pin Valve Cylinder Tank Paintball with Soda Stream Cylinder Tank Conversion Adapter
Interstate Pneumatics WRCO2-FKIT3 20 oz. CO2 Pin Valve Cylinder Tank Paintball with Soda Stream Cylinder Tank Conversion Adapter by Interstate Pneumatics at The ICFG. MPN: WRCO2-FKIT3. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Interstate Pneumatics WRCO2-FKIT3 20 Oz. CO2 Pin Valve Cylinder Tank Paintball with Soda Stream Cylinder Tank Conversion Adapter. Interstate
Features & Highlights
- Features: G 1/2-14 Threads with O-Ring | This Adapter replaces the SodaStream CO2 cylinder Tank with a standard Paintball CO2 Tank | High Quality Solid Brass Construction | Non-Food Grade Brass Material | Brass: Hpb 59-1 | Easy to Use
- Adjustable- Works with all standard CO2 paintball tanks with pin valves | Includes the Allen key to adjust the unit | No parts to wear out | No Seals to leak | Made with "lead free" brass | Max Operating Pressure: 1800 PSI
- Note (CO2 Cylinder): This item does not ship with CO2 inside. It ships empty. You will need to take the tank to get it filled before use. If the tank leaks once you fill it the fill site will be able to determine if the burst disc needs replaced. Note: These cylinders have inside protection cover of "Phosphate Filming Acid" which means these are good to use for beverages.
- Warning: CO2 can cause injury (suffocation & Asphyxiation) or death, ventilate the area before entering. CO2 is stored at very high pressure and a liquid CO2 is at cryogenic temperatures which can cause injury, burn, explosion, or death. CO2 should be handled by a trained professional and extreme caution should be taken when dealing with CO2. For safety always wear protective gear. Note (CO2 Cylinder): This item does not ship with CO2 inside. It ships empty. You will need to take the tank to get
- Note (Adapter): The Interstate Pneumatics Sodastream refill adapter is machined from "lead free" brass (as defined by the state of California, which has established a safe limit for drinking faucet applications). The "lead free" brass is a much more expensive material than standard brass. It is also a much harder material, making it more difficult to machine. This adds considerable cost. But we find these added costs a worthwhile investment because of the added safety factor that this material p