HK Army Aerolite Air Tank
The HK Army AeroLite Air System is a state-of-the-art product that has been meticulously designed with the objectives of outstanding performance and cost-effectiveness. At the bleeding edge of technological advancement, the AeroLite Air System brings together a supremely lite-weight carbon fiber bottle, ensuring minimal additional burden to its user, and couples it with a robust and dependable aluminum regulator. This regulator is specifically designed to deliver a consistent output pressure of 800 psi for optimal performance every time you play.
Furthermore, understanding the need for longevity and safety, the AeroLite air tank proudly boasts a 5-year hydro cycle. This gives users the confidence in the tank’s durability and safety over extended periods. The HK Army AeroLite air tank system is also made available in a range of vibrant color options. This not only allows users to select one that best matches their aesthetic preference but also ensures they can easily identify their equipment in a group setting.
- 68 or 48 Cubic Inch Lite-Weight Bottle w/ 4500 psi Capacity
- Reliable Aircraft Grade Aluminum Regulator
- Weight 2lbs 2.4oz or less
- 800 psi Output Pressure
- DOT & TC Approved Cylinder
- 1.8K and 7.5K Burst Disks for Safety
- Five-Year Hydro Cycle
- Limited 90-Day Warranty
Players Want to Know
Frequently asked questions by paintballers…
How much does the HK Army Aerolite Tank Weigh?
The HK Army Aerolite Air Tank weighs approximately 2 lbs and 4 oz due to the lightweight aircraft-grade aluminum used. This is one of the lighter tanks on the market and provides a great balance between security and lightweight materials.
Is the HK Army Aerolite Tank an HPA Tank or a CO2 Tank?
This tank is an HPA tank. Most paintball marker systems have moved from CO2 to HPA for a number of different reasons. First, high-pressure air (HPA) is a much more reliable system and is starting to become cheaper than CO2 since HPA is just high-pressure atmosphere–it’s all around us. The second great advantage of HPA is that the temperature change when the gasses expand is much less problematic than a CO2 tank. When CO2 expands, it undergoes rapid cooling which can negatively affect the functioning of your paintball marker. The solenoids can freeze and this causes balls to break as well as your gun to seize up. Needless to say, don’t try storing CO2 in an HPA tank, and definitely don’t use CO2 in an HPA marker. For a quick look at how to fill your HPA tank, take a look at our helpful video below:
How efficient is the HK Army Aerolite Tank?
The HK Army Aerolite Tank is quite efficient for its size. The 48/4500 tank can shoot about five pods worth of paintballs before it runs out of air. Take a look at our efficiency test of the Aerolite tank below in our YouTube video review:
How Many Balls Can the HK Army Aerolite Tank Shoot on One Fill?
It depends on which tank you get, since the Aerolite tank comes in 48 and 68/4500 capacities. However, you can generally expect to shoot 1200 - 1500 paintballs on a fully filled tank.