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The 10 lb. Package B Power Tank is our best seller for a reason. It is the perfect Power Tank size for trail rigs with up to 35 in. tires and includes accessories not found in the Package A that will make using your Power Tank faster and more convenient.
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A Power Tank is the fastest and most powerful portable air solution. With the power of CO2 you can air up faster, reseat bigger tires (tested up to 46 in.) safely, and run air tools at full power. To see what Power Tank performance looks like for your tire size, check out our tire air up chart. Based on tire size and amount of air you are adding, it will tell you how many tires you can fill on one tank and how quickly you can do it. As an example, you can air up from 15 psi to 25 psi on a 35 in. tire in 19 sec. and you can air up 30 tires before needing to refill your 10 lb. Power Tank! The same size tank can also remove 360 lug nuts using a 1/2 in. impact wrench before empty. When it's empty, take your tank to a local fire extinguisher service shop, welding supply store, or beverage carbonic shops, and have it refilled for about $15-$25.
The secret to this performance is Power Tank's Super Flow Regulators, adjustable regulator designed to maximize output pressure and flow rate simultaneously. Power Tanks boast a 45 cfm flow rate compared to the 5-6 cfm found in high-end 12v compressors. All Power Tank regulators are guaranteed to never freeze clog and are backed with a limited lifetime warranty. This is the only portable air system that will outlive the vehicle it's mounted to.
This incredible system mounts easily in just about any vehicle or you can swap out our Super Bracket for a Speed Bag to make storage even easier. The best part? This self-contained, compact system is portable and easily moved from vehicle to vehicle, walked down the trail to help a broken rig, or transported from the chase truck to the race car all without power cables or long air hoses to run.