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NITROGEN INFLATION SYSTEM - CU40

$448.00/Each
Part# 12-01587
MFR Model# GKNAT40-TC

Overview

Note: Per vendor, the included CGA580 tank is DOT & TC Approved.

Note: Nitrogen Tank is empty, does not come filled.

NOT FOR STRUT USE

GENTEC® Nitrogen aircraft tire inflation systems allow for easy, cost effective filling of General Aviation aircraft tires with pure Nitrogen.

Due to the complex nature of construction and the severe operating conditions of aircraft tires, Michelin and other leading tire manufacturers recommend the use of Nitrogen as does the FAA.

Nitrogen is a totally inert gas that will not support corrosion or oxidation within aircraft wheels and tires.

Compressed Nitrogen has a larger gas molecule than compressed air, so low tire pressure due to allowable leakage is minimized. Gentec Nitrogen aircraft tire inflation systems are available in two versions.

The GKNAT40-TC 12-01587 is a 40 cubic foot high pressure nitrogen tank (empty) with stand, ten foot hose; pressure reducing single stage regulator and tire inflator with resetable dial pressure gauge.

For more information about aircraft tires for General Aviation and locations for Nitrogen filling of cylinders look at the following web sites.

FAA Safety website: www.faasafety.gov

Skytreads website: www.skytreads.com/mounting.htm

Gawda website: www.gawda.org

In The Box

  • Blow gun hose 10ft.
  • Tire inflation gauge
  • Whip end hose 12in.
  • Single stage regulator
  • Cylinder nitrogen
  • Cylinder nitrogen tank
  • Manual

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Q: What is the psi of the tank? What psi range do the gauges have?

The kit can deliver up to 450 PSI.

Q: Whats the tank made of (aluminum or steel)?

This is made of steel.

Q: What are the dimensions of the 40 CU bottle?

13 x 12 x 30

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