AI GasCan Compact Refilling Device: User's Manual
- Do not fill near open flame
- Do not fill with high pressure gas
- Do not expose to temperatures exceeding 50C/120F
- Do not open while pressurized
- Do not modify this product or attempt to defeat any of its safety features
SUITABLE DUSTER GAS
Some airsoft products are designed to run on HFC-134a or “duster” gas. Although it can be found in airsoft specific cans with built-in fill nozzles, it is much more commonly found as “canned air” for cleaning electronic products. Two gases are sold as duster gas: 1,1 - difluoroethane (HFC-152a) 1,1,1 - trifuoroethane (HFC-134a) Low pressure airsoft products are generally designed to run on the latter, trifluoroethane (HFC-134a).
Gas Pressures at 20C
1,1 - difluoroethane (HFC-152a): 60psi
1,1,1 - trifuoroethane (HFC-134a): 80psi
To ensure your GasCan Compact Refilling Device functions correctly and lubricates your magazines and/or grenades properly, we recommend you follow this lubrication guide:
FOR MAGAZINES: For use with GBB pistol magazines, we recommend 2 drops of our light-weight silicone oil, included with this product and the Airsoft Innovations GunGas Propane Adaptor Kit.
FOR TORNADO GRENADES: For use with Airsoft Innovations Tornado Timer and Impact Grenades, we recommend 8 drops of our own grenade oil, included with Tornado Grenades.
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
We have included a handy checkbox on the side on the device so you can quickly and easily mark which kind of lubricant you currently have in the GasCan.
FILLING YOUR GASCAN
1. REMOVE TOPCAP
Begin by removing the topcap of your Airsoft Innovations GasCan Compact Refilling Device by twisting the cap in a counter-clockwise direction.
IMPORTANT! Ensure that your Airsoft Innovations GasCan Compact Refilling Device is fully empty and depressurized before attempting to open. Do not use tools to open or tighten the topcap of this device!
Upon removal of the topcap, deposit the required number of drops of lubrication into the device. Consult the lubrication guide included both in this manual and on the device itself.
NOTE: some airsoft devices may require a different amount of lubrication. Observe your equipment performance and adjust the amount of lubrication as necessary.
3. REPLACE TOPCAP
Once you have placed the required number of drops of lubricant into the device, replace the topcap, ensuring approximately a 0.5mm gap between the topcap and body cylinder of the device.
4. FILL DEVICE
Using a cheap, readily available can of propane equipped with the Airsoft Innovations GunGas Propane Adaptor, hold the device vertically with the top facing downwards. Push the adaptor nozzle into the fill valve of the device in this vertical orientation to fill with liquid propellant.
FILLING YOUR MAG/GRENADE
1. REMOVE PROBE CAP
Once you have filled your Airsoft Innovations GasCan Compact Refilling Device and you are ready to fill your magazines or Airsoft Innovations Tornado Timer or Impact Grenade, remove the probe cap from the top of the device by twisting it in a counter-clockwise direction. Place probe cap in a safe and secure location for reapplication.
2. FILL MAGAZINE
With the Airsoft Innovations GasCan Compact Refilling Device filled with liquid propane and the probe cap removed, fill your magazines and/or grenades as you would normally in a vertical orientation ensuring a complete fill.
NOTE: for filling less common gas pistols (i.e. revolvers) use the Airsoft Innovations Duster Adaptor Tip, sold seperately and included in the GunGas Propane Adaptor Kit.
3. GET BACK IN THE GAME!
With your magazine fully gassed up, put your Airsoft Innovations GasCan Compact Refilling Device back in your gear, slam your magazine home, and get back in the game!
WE SAID COMPACT...
And we mean it! The Airsoft Innovations Compact Refilling Device packs a serious amount of propellant into a small package. So small that you can fit two GasCans snuggly into a double M4 shingle.
TIP: Keep a large BB loader in the other pouch of a double M4 shingle to make a handy reloading station for yourself and for your team.