What is the difference between high and low pressure Nitro tanks?
Well first low pressure tanks are for low pressure markers, (normally under 400psi) the idea of low pressure is that the marker uses a long burst of lower pressure gas, rather than a short burst of high pressure gas. Typically the gas volume is equal, but the idea is that low pressure is less likely to break a ball in the chamber. So if you have a low pressure marker, the low pressure tank delivers 450 or 400psi instead of 800 psi like a standard tank. Low pressure tanks make it easier on your on marker regulator by delivering a pressure closer to the pressure used by the marker. You can also certainly use a standard high pressure tank to power your low pressure marker. But it does make for more work, and possibly more fluctuations in pressure from your regulator. Not enough to really worry about though unless your playing tournaments and need to get as high to the speed limit as you can without going over, But still a little more inconsistency. 6. Nitro/N2/Air is it ok to use with exp