These tanks are for anyone who needs an oxygen tank and already has a regulator.
To use Oxygen Tanks with ozone you must use a pediatric low flow Oxygen Regulator with flow rates from 1/32 to 3 LPM. This low flow is ideal for ozone therapy use. If you already have a regulator and only need the tank, you are in the right place. If you don't have a regulator, visit our Oxygen Tanks with Regulators page.
Note: Our 540 aluminum tanks do not have color and are temp coated. This will make it much easier to get your tank filled. Find out more info below.
540 tanks are available in 255 and 640 Liters. Tanks do not come filled.
NOTE: These tanks do not contain oxygen. All tanks are brand new, are DOT compliant and have a pressure rating of 2000psi. We recommend you find a local source to get the tank filled first, as some welding shops and similar places will require you buy a tank directly from them.
255 Liter Tank
Dim. 4-1/2" / H. 14"-1/2"
Weight 2.5kg / 5.5Lb.
CGA 540 fitting
640 Liter Tank
Dim. 5-1/4" / H. 20"
Weight 4.08kg / 9Lb.
CGA 540 fitting
About temp coating and colorless tanks
Promolife's 540 oxygen tanks are colorless and temp coated. This will make it easier for you to get the tank filled. Temp Coat or Temp Alert is designed to change the tank's color if it exposed to heat over 350 degrees F (176 degrees C). The tank will turn a purple color indicating the tank has been compromised and must be condemned. This is a safety feature. Aluminum oxygen tanks that exceed these temperatures may develop issues that make filling unsafe.
AirGas and PraxAir are the two largest suppliers of oxygen in the nation and recently adopted a policy to only fill tanks that are temp coated. Other suppliers will surely follow suit. By having a temp coated tank, you will have more options when it comes to getting it filled. Promolife is the only company offering these tanks.
Medical tanks have a green top, which can make them difficult or impossible to get filled at a non-medical facility. A colorless tank clears up confusion for the company filling your tank. Green topped 870 medical tanks are an option if you have a prescription for oxygen.
Before buying an oxygen tank, we recommend you contact local oxygen suppliers to make sure they are willing to fill a colorless temp coated aluminum oxygen tank.