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Wildbeeman

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- Looking for an inert gas chemical reaction formula to pressurize vessels of a known volume to a specific pressure

I have spent years physically charging high pressure bottles with multi staged bicycle pumps and spent large sums of money on electric high pressure air pumps not unlike a scuba tank air compressor.

Pressure’s can be as high as 4500 PSI .

The pressurized bottles are usually 300 to 500 cc’s.

I imagine using a controlled 2 part (or more) chemical reaction that would cause a repeatable inert gas pressure when used in a bottle with a known volume.

I’m thinking in terms of a formula that amount of X when mixed with amount of R will pressurize a 500cc bottle to 4500 psi.

An instant rise in pressure would be undesirable due to safety concerns however may still be usable.

I’m interested in hearing any feedback that will help in my quest to find a solution .

Thank you

Wildbeeman

Pressure’s can be as high as 4500 PSI .

The pressurized bottles are usually 300 to 500 cc’s.

I imagine using a controlled 2 part (or more) chemical reaction that would cause a repeatable inert gas pressure when used in a bottle with a known volume.

I’m thinking in terms of a formula that amount of X when mixed with amount of R will pressurize a 500cc bottle to 4500 psi.

An instant rise in pressure would be undesirable due to safety concerns however may still be usable.

I’m interested in hearing any feedback that will help in my quest to find a solution .

Thank you

Wildbeeman