I inherited a HPA paintball tank from my brother (who bought it from someone), but I'm not sure what this beast is. I'm thinking of sending it in for hydro testing but would like some more info on it first. It is clear the manufacture is "Structural Composites Industries" and it is 3000psi. I'm pretty sure it may not even be a "paint ball" tank. Other then that I cant find a model number or size. I have included a link to pictures. If any of you with your expert eyes and google skills have any advice I would appreciate it.
I can tell you one thing. It's Expired APril 2011. No more hydro available in the tank. Most tanks today have a 15 year lifespan
Thanks for the reply bronze. So this guy expired April 2011 and is no longer eligible for hydro testing? Just for my personal knowledge can you tell me were you found 2011 so I don't have to waste your time in the future?
No no no, tabris. More creative ideas are to come. Can fill it with concrete and get a boat anchor; Be very effective with that size. Make it into a lamp, or decorative lawn art. A time portal for future generations, that's my person favorite.
Yeah, probably a 114/3000, or maybe as large as a 122/3000. No reg on it? Something else, you can cut it in half. See how thick the aluminum core is, and how thick the carbon fiber or fiberglass wrap is. Then use either or both as oversized ash trays.
Why do people do this wanna-be hk thing? I mean hk people dont even play paintball, they just whine and start drama while wearing the ugliest stuff. Seriously you find light blue and pink to be attractive colors for your parents 1500 dollar investment (your gun/marker)? If you want to whine keep it off the field and save it for the internet; O wait! THATS EXACTLY WHAT YOU DO! Haha, if you don't play then don't whine.