|01-21-2014 01:06 AM|
Where did you get the regulator? The only place I could find is the GLA website, with about $25 shipping and unknown amount for tax.
Anyone else know where I can get one of that? I am thinking to buy the V3 one for CO2 tank, and then buy an adaptor for paintball.
|01-10-2013 04:56 AM|
|01-10-2013 03:43 AM|
I asked the same question as well: "Also, for the Atomic Paintball CO2 Regulator V2, can the paintball adapter be removed and the regulator used with standard CGA-320 threads?"
Reply from Orlando:
"The V2 can not be switched to CGA320 it is its own proprietary design, this is why we make the V3 model. However the V2 series can be used with disposable cartridges as well by removing the paintball portion of the regulator."
|01-07-2013 06:46 AM|
^ Funny, you describe exactly what my set up is.
20 oz, disregard the electric blue tape. I use tape to prevent scratches on the connection, because you know, I roll like that.
|01-07-2013 01:09 AM|
|jester56||Appears to be exactly as FHF said. Time to fill 5 lb? Pop the adapter and a 20 on and no worries for a few days while the 5 is filled. Good thinking!|
|01-06-2013 08:01 AM|
|01-06-2013 07:51 AM|
Can't you just remove the connection to make it back into a CGA 320 regulator? If you can, I would imagine everyone would just buy the Paintball version and have the ability to use 3 sources of Co2 (Paintball, Co2 cylinders, Disposable)
Reminds me of that waterplant system regulator or whatever they're called, I think it was IAS or something. In the video, the guy removed a connector to make it work from Paintball to Disposable.
|01-06-2013 06:45 AM|
What I can tell from the eBay photos of this same regulator, the blue adapter shown in the first photo is for disposable co2 tanks. Then the would mean the black adapter at the very end of the "paintball" version is to convert to the paintball connection.
|01-06-2013 05:17 AM|
The most common 20 oz CO2 tank sits at room temp with 800-850 psi. Most gauges that size are too small to get any decent level. And CO2 tanks show that same psi gaugeadingull down to a couple of ounces before it starts to drop. CO2 is measured by weight.
Nitrogen, or HPA (High Pressure Air) comes in 3000 & 4500 psi steel/aluminum and carbon fiber. 3000 psi tanks are almost exclusively steel. 4500 psi tanks are carbon fiber wrapped with aluminum bladders. HPA is measured in volume. Common tank sizes are 45, 48, 68, 70, and 88 cubic inches. HPA needs a step down reg.
This info is based on paintball use.
Hard to see how that regulator would fit on a 5 lb tank. The 5 takes the same connector that the 50 lb cylinders.
|01-06-2013 05:09 AM|
|jkan0228||You might wanna try emailing GLA @ firstname.lastname@example.org or call them: 1 352 872-5611 for accurate information.|
|01-06-2013 05:03 AM|
|01-06-2013 02:58 AM|
|akpoly||the output pressure dial for either regulator goes to 6 bars = 81psi. Paintball tanks are at 3000-4500 psi if you were to just hit that little release valve on the tank... I don't know about the big co2 tanks though...|
|01-06-2013 02:57 AM|
As far as GLA's atomic regulators go, they are rated at least 30psi output pressure to be compatible with their atomic diffusers.
|01-06-2013 02:49 AM|
|bruinhd||dont count on me, but im pretty sure it's pressure rated up to 30psi, even though a paintball tank is only like 5-8psi, sooo...|
|01-06-2013 02:36 AM|
GLA Atomic Paintball CO2 Regulator to CGA320?
I have one of the awesome GLA atomic paintball CO2 regulators and have been using it for many moons. But I have been looking around at perhaps getting a 5lb CO2 tank but its got a CGA320 valve. Looking around the GLA website though, it looks like the CGA320 atomic regulator is the same as the paintball versions. Except the paintball versions include what appears to be an adapter to connect to paintball tanks.
Has anyone tried or know if the atomic paintball regulators can be hooked up to a CGA320 tank just by unscrewing the adapter? I've unscrewed it but I don't have a CGA320 tank to see if it works.
This is the paintball version (you can see the adapter being the blue portion down):
This is the CGA320 version:
It just seems to make some sense it would work. Why make tooling equipment for different connections when you can just provide an adapter?