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Available in horizontal and vertical styles, BISON’s air compressor tanks are designed for additional air storage and are constructed of steel for durability.

BISON boasts state-of-the-art technology, ensuring the tanks are durable, leak-proof, and rust-resistant. Trust us to deliver the best gas tank for your air compressor needs.

BISON offers market-leading solutions and products to help make life better. Customers rely on our proven air compressor tanks in various markets and industries worldwide.

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BISON manufactures different types of air compressor tanks, including:

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Working pressure (bar)888888
Height (mm)161019052180286030203200
Inner diameter (mm)550700800100013001600
Weight (kg)75120165370510890

* The above are just the air compressor air tank specifications we provide under 8bar. But please note that you can freely customize the pressure and size.

Portable air compressor tank

These small air tanks have built-in handles, allowing them to be carried by hand in the shop or job site without the added weight of the air compressor.

Wheeled air compressor tank

The wheels on these large air tanks allow them to be wheeled where needed on the job site without the additional weight of an air compressor. They can also be used as replacement tanks for existing air compressors.

Vertical fixed-air storage tank

A vertical fixed-air storage tank is a type of air compressor tank that is designed to be stationary and positioned in a vertical orientation. These vertical stationary air tanks have a small footprint, occupying less space on the shop floor.

Horizontal fixed air compressor storage tank

The horizontal fixed/stationary air tank has a small profile and can be installed under the workspace. They are permanently installed where air can be stored for an air compressor or to expand the capacity of an existing system. These air tanks can hold high volumes of air without the risk of tipping over.

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A detailed guide for beginners to advanced customers

As a buyer of air compressor tanks, it’s important to pay attention to several key points when making your purchase. You may have a little doubt. What size tank do I need? Which material should I choose? What other features should I look for? Here, BISON will answer some of the most frequently asked questions about replacing air compressor tanks.

what is air compressor tanks?

An air compressor tank is a container for storing compressed air, which is generated by an air compressor. Air receivers temporarily store compressed air for delivery to tools and equipment when the compressor is not running, or to supply extra air during periods of high demand. The size of the air compressor tank can vary depending on the intended use, with larger tanks typically being used for industrial applications and smaller tanks for home or hobby use. Storage tanks are usually made of steel or aluminum and are designed to withstand high pressures. It is also equipped with safety features such as pressure relief valves to prevent over pressurization.

How do I choose the right air compressor tank for my needs?

Tank size

When purchasing an air compressor tank, the size of the tank is an important consideration. You should choose an air tank size based on the amount of compressed air required for your particular application. Larger tanks will provide longer operating times, while smaller tanks will be more portable. The size of the air receiver also affects the efficiency of the compressor. The smaller the air tank, the less work the motor has to do to maintain the required pressure. This prolongs the life of the compressor and reduces energy consumption.

The material of the tank

The material of the tank is also important. You can carefully check the air tanks of different materials provided by BISON:

  • Steel Tanks – These are the most commonly used types of tanks and are usually made of rolled steel or cast iron. They offer durability, strength and corrosion resistance. They also last longer than other materials, making them a popular choice.
  • Aluminum Air Tank – This type of air tank is lightweight yet very durable and corrosion resistant. It is also easier to transport due to its light weight. It’s great for indoor use because it doesn’t rust like steel gas tanks. However, aluminum gas tanks can dent easily, so take extra care when moving them.
  • Plastic Air Tanks – These air tanks are gaining in popularity due to their lighter weight and ease of handling. They are usually made of polyethylene or PVC and are relatively inexpensive compared to steel or aluminum tanks. Plastic air tanks are corrosion resistant and don’t require as much maintenance as other types of air tanks.
  • Glass-Lined Tanks – Glass-lined tanks typically consist of a glass liner fused to the inside of a steel shell. This type of tank has excellent corrosion resistance and a long service life. But due to its fragile nature, frequent shipping is not recommended.


If portability is important to your application, you should consider air tanks that are lightweight and easy to move. Portable storage tanks are ideal for construction sites or other applications where the compressor needs to be moved frequently. Look for air tanks with wheels or handles for easy transport.

Operating pressure

Make sure the tank you choose can withstand the pressure required for your particular application. The operating pressure of the compressor will determine the performance of the air tool you will be using. It is very important to choose an air receiver whose working pressure meets or exceeds the requirements of the air tool.


When purchasing an air compressor air tank, the durability of the air tank is an essential consideration. Look for air tanks that are made from high-quality materials and are built to last. Tanks made of steel or aluminum are the most durable and last longer than tanks made of other materials. It is also important to consider the thickness of the tank walls. Thicker walls will be more resistant to damage and last longer.

other features

Other features you may want to consider when choosing an air compressor tank include:

  • Pressure Rating: The pierced end of the tank is rated for the operating pressure of the compressor.
  • Temperature Rating: Ensures that the tank can withstand high temperatures without deforming or melting.
  • Drain Valve: Air tanks should have a drain valve so that the customer can drain the water easily and quickly.
  • Regulators: Look for adjustable regulators to help keep air pressure at an optimal level.

Air storage tank safety tips

All safety guidelines in the air tank owner’s manual must be followed. To improve tank safety, ensure that:
  • Use only certified air tanks.
  • Never over-pressurize the tank; track the maximum pressure operating guidelines.
  • Regularly inspect tanks for corrosion, weld marks, cracks, thinning of vessel walls, and other defects.
  • Make sure the tank has a pressure gauge and is functioning correctly.
  • Make sure the tank has an safety relief valve and that the valve is working correctly.
  • Have all alterations or repairs done by a certified professional to ensure repairs are to quality standards.
  • Drain the tank frequently to prevent fluid from building up in the tank.
  • Provide safety training for air compressor tank operators.
In conclusion, BISON’s strength lies in our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction. We offer a wide range of tank sizes, portability options, operating pressures and durability features to meet the unique needs of our customers.

frequently asked questions about air compressor tank

A good rule of thumb for most applications is to have an air storage capacity of three to five gallons per air compressor cfm output. So if your air compressor is rated at 150 cfm, you will need 450 to 750 gallons of compressed air storage space.

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