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    Tanques de aire

    Air Tanks Sizes from 0.5 Gallon to 20 Gallon

    Desde tanques de 1/2 galón a 20 galones, llevamos tanques de compresores de aire de todas las formas y tamaños para que pueda tener el tanque de aire perfecto para sus necesidades y requisitos de espacio de instalación.

    11 artículos
    1-Gallon 5 Port Steel Air Tank Front Profile
    Tanque de aire de 5 galones y 8 puertos
    6" Diameter & Largest Port = 1/2" NPT
    $49.99
    2-Gallon 6 Port Steel Air Tank Front View
    Tanque de aire de 2 galones y 6 puertos
    US Made & Largest Port = 1/2" NPT
    4 reviews
    De $119.99
    3 Gallon 7 Port Steel Air Tank Front Profile
    Tanque de aire de 5 galones y 8 puertos
    6" Diameter & Largest Port = 1/2" NPT
    2 reviews
    $89.99
    4 Gallon Pancake 8 Port Steel Air Tank Front Profile
    Tanque de aire Pancake de 4 galones y 8 puertos
    US Made & Largest Port = 1/2" NPT
    $179.99
    5 Gallon 7 Port Steel Air Tank Front Profile
    Tanque de aire de 5 galones y 8 puertos
    8" Diameter & Largest Port = 1/2" NPT
    $124.99
    5 Gallon 8 Port Steel Air Tank Front Profile
    Tanque de aire de 5 galones y 8 puertos
    US Made & Largest Port = 3/4" NPT
    8 reviews
    De $185.99
    5 Gallon Stainless Steel 5 Port Air Tank TA-504S Front Profile
    Tanque de aire de acero inoxidable de 5 galones y 5 puertos
    8" Diameter & Largest Port = 1/2" NPT
    8 reviews
    $169.99
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    7 Gallon 5 Port Steel Air Tank Front Profile
    Tanque de aire de 8 galones y 8 puertos
    10" Diameter & Largest Port = 1/2" NPT
    Precio habitual $299.99 Precio de oferta$199.99 Guardar $100.00
    8 Gallon 8 Port Steel Air Tank Front Profilel
    Tanque de aire de 8 galones y 8 puertos
    US Made & Largest Port = 3/4" NPT
    4 reviews
    De $275.99
    12 Gallon 8 Port Steel Air Tank
    Tanque de aire de 12 galones y 8 puertos
    US Made & Largest Port = 3/4" NPT
    7 reviews
    De $299.99
    20 Gallon 7 Port Steel Air Tank Front Profile
    Tanque de aire de 7 puertos de 20 galones
    US Made & Largest Port = 3/4" NPT
    1 review
    De $377.99

    PEOPLE ALSO ASK

    What is an air tank used for?

    An air tank is primarily used to store compressed air, typically for later use in various applications. In the automotive context, as with HornBlasters products, air tanks are crucial for operating air suspension, air horns, and other pneumatic equipment. They allow for immediate access to a steady and regulated supply of air pressure, which is necessary for consistent performance of these systems.

    Can you keep air in an air tank?

    Yes, you can keep air in an air tank indefinitely as long as the tank is in good condition and not exposed to extreme conditions that could compromise its integrity. It’s important to periodically check the pressure and inspect the tank for leaks or corrosion. HornBlasters air tanks are designed to hold air safely for extended periods, making them ideal for on-board air systems where air may be needed at any time.

    How big of an air tank for air ride?

    The size of the air tank needed for an air ride system depends on the specific requirements of the system, including the type and size of the vehicle, and how frequently the system will be used. Generally, a larger tank provides a longer run time for air tools and more reserves for air suspension adjustments without the need to frequently cycle the compressor. HornBlasters offers various sizes of air tanks to suit different needs, typically ranging from 1 to 5 gallons for most air ride applications.

    How do they fill air tanks?

    Air tanks are filled using air compressors, which pressurize atmospheric air and pump it into the tank. The process involves connecting the compressor’s output hose to the air tank’s inlet valve and running the compressor until the desired pressure is achieved. Safety mechanisms, such as pressure relief valves, are essential to prevent over-pressurization. HornBlasters’ air systems come equipped with high-performance compressors designed to efficiently fill air tanks to the required pressure for optimal operation.