Huma regulator problems

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To clear this text box, click on the 'X' in the top right-hand corner. Messages: 2, Likes Received: Location: droitwich. El CaroApr 6, Not the case at all to reiterate i had already checked the finish of the BSA reg block and found it to be pretty good so had no reason to suspect there to be a sealing problem unless the reg had been supplied with a bad O ring to start, nether was i writing off the whole Huma range just having a moan about the BSA R10 one in particular And having previously fitted a couple of Lane regs to other guns i an well failure to needing to hone the inside of an air reservoirs!

As for setup pressure you right to a degree but i was informed that the reg had previously been set up by a tuner to bar so i thought i had a starting point, also having not changed any other settings i also had an idea of pressure even if not to the exact bar because the resulting fps was in the same ball park as before and so i could safely presume that the reg pressures where pretty similar by this.The Forum Rules have undergone some minor changes and updates.

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The only exception is if it's airgun related - they must be put in the Airgun Related Politics section. We will not hesitate to ban offenders.I put together a.

It has sat a couple of months now and has leaked most of the air out.

huma regulator problems

So I replaced all the seals and reinstalled the reg. Any ideas on why and how to correct this issue would be appreciated. Maybe I need a rebuild on the reg? Sounds like the regulator is creeping leaking. Seal likely needs replaced. On a Ninja I can tell you how to do it, not sure about the in tube Huma…….

Could be regulator creep. My Huma climbs to PSI shortly after fill, but after 1 shot seems to regulate to 2k psi. I hear that creep is less of a problem the more the air rifle is shot. The internal regulator mechanism seats and settles in better with a few hundred shots through it. Mine only has about shots through it, so it is too soon to tell. The O-Rings are leaking on the exterior of the Huma Regulator.

This allows some of the 3k PSI air past the regulator and migrate into the gap between the regulator and the valve body. The rate of drift may be an indicator of which of the two mechanisms are at play. I ended up having to set a ridiculous hammer gap to drop it down to 40 FPE to do a 40 shot string for testso pre-load will be reduced to get it down to 40 FPE when the regulator pressure is adjusted to PSI.

I am confident it will end up being a 40 shot at 40 FPE when I am done. Views : Likes : 0. December 10, at am Link. BenSeager Participant. Reg set to psi and it seems to stay that way when in use but when I let it sit the reg'd pressure will go up to around psi on a psi fill in less than and hour. BigTinBoat Participant.

huma regulator problems

On a Ninja I can tell you how to do it, not sure about the in tube Huma…… Sounds like the regulator is creeping leaking. On a Ninja I can tell you how to do it, not sure about the in tube Huma Manage subscription. Email subscription Yes No. Cancel Submit. Viewing 3 posts - 1 through 3 of 3 total. You must be logged in to reply to this topic. Yes No.Although the BSA R10 is my personal favourite rifle, I have encountered a lot of problems with the factory regulator in the past.

Known issues are:. It seems BSA have changed the regulator design in every new R10 model, they were obviously not satisfied with the performance of their regulator if they kept changing it. This helped a lot and improved the reaction time of the reg and it also solved the problem of the piston sticking. The consistency of the regulator did improve but I was still not completely satisfied. Some personal issues took up all my time, the R was left in my closet and after a few months of not using it, I sold it to a friend.

That was a few years ago. Although I am pretty sure BSA are one of the finest rifle builders, I am not convinced about the design of the regulator at all. In my opinion there are some issues in the design that will prevent the regulator from ever becoming consistent and reliable, no matter what you do to it.

There were a few options to sort out the R regulator:. Due to some major design flaws I did not think that this was a viable option. Last but not least, the outside dimensions of the new regulator could not be any bigger than the original regulator, otherwise the action would no longer fit the stock.

We have been working on this new design for a few weeks now, we have found a great replacement for the original regulator. It has a completely different working principle to the original R regulator, it solves all the known issues.

The regulator is vented to atmospheric pressure which is key to keeping the regulating behaviour consistent and not creeping up in power over time. Most importantly, it is very easy to install, just unscrew the original regulator, screw the new HuMa R regulator into the regulator housing, adjust the power if necessary and you are done!

Powered by CCV Shop software webshop. BSA R10 replacement regulator. Known issues are: - problems with the regulator piston getting stuck, - regulator valves leaking on the older models, - inconsistency in power and pellet speed, - some regulators do not function properly above bar, even though the fill pressure is bar, - the power increases as the bottle pressure drops on the newer models, - the regulator pressure can change if the bottle is removed this affects the power on the older models.

There were a few options to sort out the R regulator: - Take a close look at the original design, try to improve it to resolve all the issues. All prices include VAT.Hopefully able to borrow some insight from you all. I recently installed a Huma Regulator onto my Bullboss. Purchased from TrenierOutdoors directed by Air Superiorityreceived it in the mail, degassed my cylinder, left it at factory BAR setting, cleaned the cylinder and put silicone grease into the cylinder and outside the regulator itself.

I removed the O ring as instructed from the valve body, and put some grease where the valve body would make contact with the reg. I left a small gap as instructed the size of a piece of paper and later adjusting up to size of a business card. This makes me very sad, I have sent a message to Bwalton since he is an expert with Hatsans and uses the Huma regulators himself, also to TrenierOutdoors for a possibly defective regulator.

Does anyone else here have some insight to this issue? Does the huma regulator require a vent hole drilled? I have found that a highly polished inside tube wall will allow air to leak out of the vent hole. You have to rough the surface with a grit sandpaper to give the o-ring a place to bite. Sounds odd that you rough the surface but a mirror finish lets air pass.

I have little experience with the Huma. It requires a small gap at the top not screwing the valve body all the way or a small notch filed on the cylinder and small file into the valve body, I chose the first method as I have a hard time wanting to file down anything.

Really hope you get it figured out. Leaks suck. Under water? Where was the air escaping? Also the Huma does not vent through a required hole in the air tube like the Robert lanes. I installed several Lanes without any failures. I tried the Huma, to avoid drilling the vent hole.

The Huma requires you to have the vent holes in the reg to be facing up. This is to remove the pressure on the valve.

Leshiy problems with new Huma regulator

I did not do this for the first 2 tries as there was no instructions to cock it I reasoned it out myself as the air was escaping rapidly out the muzzle, indicating the valve was leaking the air. Hope this helps…. Did you smooth over all the rough edges the o-ring has to slide by during install?

If you have done this also. TrenierOutdoors was very helpful — by the way -How are you filling it? I slowly filled it outside of the gun. It was leaking out of the where the valve body screws into the cylinder, so the reg probably is the issue.The Forum Rules have undergone some minor changes and updates.

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Huma Regulator Problem

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