From Unofficial Stationeers Wiki
|Created With||Hydraulic Pipe Bender|
|Max Pressure||10135 kPa|
The "standard pressure" when spawned is defined as 8106 kPa, or 80 Earth Atmospheres. The maximum pressure for the tank is 10.132 MPa, or 100 atmospheres. Overpressurizing the tank will cause it to explode. Once the maximum pressure is reached the tank starts taking damage until it bursts. This allows the Portable Tank to exceed the pressure rating temporarily.
The Portable Tank can be connected/disconnected to pipe networks using a Tank Connector, by placing the tank on the connector and then interacting with it using a Wrench. It can also be connected (and disconnected) to the Rover and Lander, with one Portable Tank of Oxygen normally spawning on the latter.
The front of the tank features a striped area where a Gas Canister or Gas Canister (Smart) can be inserted for refilling (equalizing the pressure in both canisters). There is also a variable flow rate valve on the top of the tank that can be used to vent the tank to atmosphere (or into a sealed room). Note that this valve does not need to be opened when connected to a Tank Connector, but the setting of the valve remains persistent between connection and disconnection.
- If you need higher pressure (and thus higher capacity) canisters, consider using Gas Canister (Smart), which have visible display of tank pressure and a pressure capacity twice that of the standard Gas Canister.
- Default colour marking in Stationeers:
|Green|| N2 (Nitrogen)|
N2O (Nitrous Oxide)
|Grey|| CO2 (Carbon Dioxide)|
|Orange||Fuel (H2 66% + O2 34%)|
|Red||H2 (Hydrogen / Volatiles)|
|White|| O2 (Oxygen)|
Air (as defined in-game as O2 25% + N2 75%)
|Yellow||Stock colour after manufacturing (Empty)|
- Other common (player) colour markings in Stationeers:
|Black||X (Pollutant, replacing Grey)|
|Khaki|| Air (as defined in-game as O2 25% + N2 75%, replacing White)|
Air 20/80 (Earth Standard, less 1% Argon)
Nitrox 35/65 (alternate breathable mixture)
|Pink||Hydroponic Air (any breathable mix with also including >2% CO2)|
|Purple||Exhaust Gas (any High Pressure / Temperature mix including x and CO2)|
|Brown||Body-specific Atmospheric Gas|
|Yellow||Waste / Exhaled Gas (per default Waste Canister)|
- Note that Stationeers Gas Standards vary compared to those used on Earth, as listed on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bottled_gas#Specific_gases