A little help needed on 4500 psi tank
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March 18, 2017 at 7:48 am Link
I just got a condor ss 25 with the hunter kit from airgun depot. Actually im still waiting for the tank. But was wondering if anyone knows how many cubic feet is in a 90 cubic inch (4500)psi tank? Im trying to figure out how many refills i will get in the 490cc condor tank. All the calculators i see are in cubic feet. Thanks in advance.
I just got a condor ss 25 with the hunter kit from airgun depot. Actually im still waiting for the tank. But was wondering if anyone knows how many cubic feet is in a 90 cubic inch (4500)psi tank? Im trying to figure out how many refills i will get in the 490cc condor tank. All the calculators i see are in cubic feet. Thanks in advance.March 18, 2017 at 2:11 pm LinkMY math is NOT.
Wouldn’t a 490cc tank – about 30ci ?You need a large ( SCBA ) tank for a condor, my opinion.
John
MY math is NOT. Wouldn't a 490cc tank  about 30ci ? You need a large ( SCBA ) tank for a condor, my opinion. JohnMarch 18, 2017 at 3:45 pm LinkHere’s a Tank calculator from AOA
First you need to convert cu in to cu ft
Here's a [url=http://www.airgunsofarizona.com/Tanks/FillCalc.html]Tank calculator from AOA[/url] First you need to convert [url=https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chromeinstant&rlz=1C1CHWA_enUS558US559&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF8#q=cu+in+vs+cu+ft&*]cu in to cu ft[/url]March 19, 2017 at 6:25 am LinkThanks. the AOA doesn’t convert from CI to CF. Im going to keep researching it. I have googled it and the answers don’t make sense. I got this tank as a package deal from airgun depot. I didn’t have the extra money to piece it out and get the bigger tank right now. But this will work well for my hunting trips while I wait for my compressor to come in. Thanks for everyones help. If i figure it out I will post the answer.
Thanks. the AOA doesn't convert from CI to CF. Im going to keep researching it. I have googled it and the answers don't make sense. I got this tank as a package deal from airgun depot. I didn't have the extra money to piece it out and get the bigger tank right now. But this will work well for my hunting trips while I wait for my compressor to come in. Thanks for everyones help. If i figure it out I will post the answer.March 19, 2017 at 6:41 am Linkhttp://www.metricconversions.org/volume/cubicinchestocubicfeet.htm
The answer is
90in³= 0.05208333ft
http://www.metricconversions.org/volume/cubicinchestocubicfeet.htm The answer is [color=#4c4c4c]90in³= 0.05208333ft[/color]March 19, 2017 at 7:04 am LinkOk. GQ you are right. But this has been driving me crazy and I got the same answer. But that makes no sense to me. So I google weird questions and I found a search answer that brought me to and old yellow forum airgun site. The post was from Jock Elliot. All he said was you have to use the number (1728) to convert it. So I went to the site listed in the post up top and kept working it till it made sense. The answer is 14.2997916667 cubic feet. Thanks for everyones help.
So put in approx cubic foot into converter to cubic inches. I put 14 cubic feet which equals 24192 cubic inches. Then I divided 24192 by 1728 and got 14.299
Sorry so boring but it might help and now i can go back to sleep. lolOk. GQ you are right. But this has been driving me crazy and I got the same answer. But that makes no sense to me. So I google weird questions and I found a search answer that brought me to and old yellow forum airgun site. The post was from Jock Elliot. All he said was you have to use the number (1728) to convert it. So I went to the site listed in the post up top and kept working it till it made sense. The answer is 14.2997916667 cubic feet. Thanks for everyones help. So put in approx cubic foot into converter to cubic inches. I put 14 cubic feet which equals 24192 cubic inches. Then I divided 24192 by 1728 and got 14.299 Sorry so boring but it might help and now i can go back to sleep. lol 
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