If you've played paintball for more than a few weeks, you've likely heard the loud hiss of some unfortunate soul's burst disk rupturing. Don't worry, there's no danger of physical injury, but your ego might suffer a hit. Get it back up and running quickly with the easily replaced burst disks from Crossfire.
It's very important to make sure you get the correct burst disks for your application. The burst disk nut on your paintball tank or air part should have one of the following written on it:
1.8k (or 1800psi)
3.0k (or 3000psi)
4.5k (or 4500psi)
7.5k (or 7500psi)
You don't want your burst disk to be too weak, otherwise you'll be replacing them constantly. On the other hand, if you put a burst disk that's too strongly rated, it won't rupture correctly and safely bleed your tank dry in case of a internal failure. If you have any questions about the strength of burst disk you should purchase, call the qualified staff at Hustle Paintball to ensure you get the correct piece.