This tank was made with parts that where on hand a many many years ago. I had to take it apart because of a small leak and wanted to show how it was made.
Use an EMPTY propane tank. You don't want gas leaking out and causing an explosion. Also compressed air can be dangerous. I'm not sure what a propane tank is rated for but keeping the PSI at a reasonable amount should be OK.
Step 1: Whats needed
- standard EMPTY BBQ propane tank with vale removed. Preferably newer then the one I used
- Air gauge 0-100 PSI (could go higher then 100)
- 1/4 female T
- 1/4 T male/female though female take off
- 1/4 male nipple
- 3/4 to 1/2 reducer
- 1/2 to 1/4 reducer
- 2 female air couplings
- pipe joint compound
- 5/8 wrench
- 11/16 wrecnh
- 3/4 wrench
- 3/8 to 1-1/4 adjustable wrench (1" wrench)