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Redbeard the Pirate 10-11-2012 01:18 PM

regulator that can regulate down to the 50-100 PSI range?
 
Does such a thing exist? it's for a non-paintball project...

Okay it's to run one of the nerf airblasters off an HPA tank instead of using the stupid pumps for when I'm playing nerf with the nephews.

BenoitOWN 10-11-2012 01:22 PM

Tank reg or external reg?

Yes 50-100psi is possible in external reg.

Redbeard the Pirate 10-11-2012 01:27 PM

External reg, probably at the beginning of a remote (right after the tank) to use the remote as a volumizer

dukie 10-11-2012 01:30 PM

any autococker lpr will do it

I resprung a vigilante to go that low.

Ir0nExpress 10-11-2012 02:24 PM

Couldn't you buy those JT splatmasters, they shoot 200 out of the box (and it pumps!)

James_Blond 10-11-2012 03:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ir0nExpress (Post 2501377)
Couldn't you buy those JT splatmasters, they shoot 200 out of the box (and it pumps!)

I think you're kinda missing the point of the question. This is for a nerf project needing an lpr, not a low velocity paintball gun without a reg.

ApoC_101 10-11-2012 04:35 PM

I would use two regs: one after the tank (palmers perhaps) to go down to a safe head pressure for an LPR, then for the LPR, any adjustable regulator will work, even one you would use for shop air (under 200PSI). you just need to decide how much flow it needs (rate of air consumption and cycle for your application) as well as how small/compact it needs to be (bigger regs are cheaper). an adjustable LPR from say, an autococker, is both compact, can handle higher head pressures, and may cost you pennies buying one used online... so it's basically ideal (the only limitation will of course be the flow, they don't really compete with a larger LPR).

Also with the cocker LPR, you wouldn't even really need the first regulator, they can handle 800PSI just fine.

blackrain 10-11-2012 04:47 PM

I would just call PPS and tell them what you need. If you are going to spend the cash might as well get a good product.

Later,
Blackrain :)

noclue119 10-11-2012 10:16 PM

My Evil detonator will do 50 PSI

super_stanchy 10-11-2012 10:50 PM

mcmaster carr

we have regulators we use on some of the oilers at work that are 0-50psi, 0-125psi, 0-250psi

they are a little more bulky.... but they give the range you are looking for


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