AQUATEK CO2 Paintball Tank CGA 320 Adapter
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- With this adapter, you can attach a CO2 regulator (e.g. AQUATEK CO2 Regulator with COOL TOUCH Solenoid Emitter System) with CGA 320 thread to a paintball CO2 pin valve cylinder
- Enhanced safety feature: pressure relief hole relieves overpressure when dettaching the adapter from CO2 cylinder
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- (CO2 solenoid regulator and CO2 tank are not included; for demonstration purposes only)
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but if u already have a paintball tank or really really want to conserve space, this is the way to go. it would be absolutely perfect if it was a bit cheaper tho.
When it was manufactured, there was a bit of aluminum flashing left over from drilling the pressure release vent hole. When I put it on the first time, it scratched/gouged the o-ring on the painball cylinder. It allowed a small leak at the connection. Luckily o-rings are cheap and I had a pack of spares. I used a dental pick and an exacto knife to remove the flashing from the interior threads. One minute worth of fussing with it. Not a big deal.
The adapter is a bit expensive, but does what is advertised.
If you're kegging beer, you'll notice your normal tank has a shutoff knob. If you screw this adapter on a paintball tank it will depress the valve and start releasing CO2. This means you screw the adapter into the regulator super tight, and then screw in the paintball tank super-fast so it doesn't start spraying everywhere.
If you look around you can spend a few extra dollars for an inline on/off paintball tank adapter.
This works well, and unlike some other adapters you do not need to remove the stem from your gauges. I keep a 40 pound tank in the garage that I use to fill up paintball tanks. I then use those paintball tanks with this and a regulator intended for aquariums as the meat and potatoes of my diy carbonation setup. I get all the advantages of having a big tank without having to actually keep one in my kitchen.
It's my first adventure with kegging beer, and I don't have a lot of space in my apartment. So, I'm setting up a small system with a 1.75 gallon keg. I don't have room for a larger CO2 canister. The adapter fit the 20 ounce CO2 canister and regulator perfectly.
I don't have an on-off valve for the CO2, so I made sure to connect the adapter to the regulator first, and then I connected my CO2. I lost just a little squirt of gas before I achieved a tight seal. I also used teflon tape, and I didn't have any leaks.
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This is my built up system using a paintball CO2 tank (24Oz), an adapter to mount the CGA 320 regulator (Blue one ordered from amazon), electric selenoid (110AC), a ball valve, and a timer. Everything looks working well:))
The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is due to the high price for such a small item. Also, I ordered blue, and I got black. Though that doesn't affect the use. It's just not as pretty! :) Still, a must have for anyone out there who has "paintball" canisters they need filled with co2 for beverage making.
1. I had a huge leak that took me an entire tank of co2 to figure out how to fix. Teflon tape is neccessary!
2. the hole in the side to release extra pressure should be above the threads of the paintball tank, but lands right in the center of the threads. Not sure how critical that would be, but I've been told that it shouldnt be that way.
But, overall it works and if I didn't have it then I wouldn't be running co2.
I had bought a different type of adaptor originally which did fit the tank but not the regulator and was very worried that there may not be an adaptor to fit the regulator I had purchased. Then I found this one, although it looked like it may be cheaply made (the blue made me think it could have been made of plastic, which is false), I decided I may as well give it a try since it was one of the only other options I had been able to find. I finally got it in and had issues connecting it because of the leak, I literally had to use 1/2 a roll of teflon tape and then tighten it to the connector so tightly that I thought that I may start stripping the threading.
If you aren't able to find anything else like me, then this is worth the money, but if you can find something of better quality even if it costs a few more dollars, it's probably worth it to go that route.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
No matter how much teflon tape I put on the tank threads I couldn't stop this adapter from leaking through the little hole on the side. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Has done its job well only complaint is disconnection is sometimes difficult.Published 2 months ago by Christopher F.
It works. Pressure relief hole is a nice touch when removing tank with some pressure.Published 4 months ago by Eli
Use with a CO2 bottle to use on my MIG welder and carry in my Jeep for tire inflation.Published 6 months ago by Az Jeepin'
Worked great for connecting paintball tanks to my kegerator regulator.Published 7 months ago by Rulevoid