PowerTank's 20 lb Package B Power Tank is their best selling package with the biggest Power Tank they offer. With double the CO2 of a 10 lb Power Tank, a 20 lb Power Tank is built with high pressure tow rig and trailer tires in mind. It has a large capacity at the expense of limited portability making it a little more cumbersome than a smaller Power Tank if you need to remove it from the bracket it and walk it down the trail. It is best left in the tow rig or trailer at base camp where you can drive your UTV up for quick tire air ups and utilize the maximized CO2 capacity to air up multiple high-pressure/high-volume tires after driving on the sand. The Package B includes accessories not found in the Package A that will make using your Power Tank faster and more convenient.
You have a choice between a high pressure HP250i regulator with 250 psi max output or an extreme pressure XP400 regulator with 400 psi max output. Which one is right for you depends on what you will be using your Power Tank for.
Tire air up speed is determined primarily by flow rate or the cubic feet per minute (CFM) of the gas. The HP250i boasts a 45 cfm flow rate and the XP400 outputs 48 cfm. Not a large difference in tire air up speed between the two. A high-end compressor puts out 5-6 cfm for comparison.
30 ft coiled hose will stretch from where your Power Tank is mounted in the back to the furthest corner of your Four Door Wrangler Unlimited. It is much faster to put away than the straight hose.
30 ft straight hose will reach a bit further without worrying about the coils catching on corners of your vehicle. It is also the preferred hose to use when working with air tools as it does not pull your tools away from you like a coiled hose would. The downside is the extra time it will take you to coil back up when you're done using it.
10 ft hose: Depending on how you use your Power Tank, a 10 ft hose may be the best option. For longer vehicles like full-size pickups or RVs or set ups where you need to remove the Power Tank from its mount before use, the 10 ft hose is the least obtrusive of the three. Pair it with a Safety Series Tire Inflator with an extended hose whip to make airing up a cinch.
TIRE INFLATOR OPTIONS:
STANDARD WHIP: The standard whip option on Power Tank Tire Inflators is a stainless steel braided 2 ft hose whip long enough for most people to stand up fully while airing up, even when the tire valve stem is close to the ground.
SAFETY WHIP: For those wanting more length, we also offer a 6 ft stainless steel braided hose whip on our Safety-Series TIGs. The added length was originally intended for 'stand-away safety' when airing up high pressure RV and trailer tires in the rare event of a tire failure. The added hose length is also preferred simply because it makes the Tire Inflator easier to use and easier to read the gauges.
- Super Flow Regulator*
- Power Grip Guard Handle*
- 20lb Armorcoat CO2 Cylinder*
- Tank Boot
- Super Flex Hose
- Super Coupler
- 20lb Super Bracket
- Tire Inflator**
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