I'm getting a replacement 3 bottles sent out. Email turnaround was quick. I was surprised.
Glad we had it taken care of already. :-) If your PM included your order number I would have just issued a refund, but replacments are probably good too! :-)
Mine's different. There's no printout, the actual bottle itself says "Air Duster." Just like DRK's shipment.
Got this email in response from Airsplat:
Yet like I said, my bottle (and DRK's, it seems), say Air Duster right on the bottle, rather than on a label. Has anyone that got similar bottles tested the gas to see if it is in fact HFC22?
Wow, lots of questions about green gas. How intersting, it's amazing to see how many quesitons there are on such a simple matter.
When you really think about it, what differnce does it make what it says on the outside of the can as long as it fits in your gas gun, cycles, has silicone, and works well! :-) I guess if you ignore what it says on the oustide bottle, for all intensive purposes it's absolutely indential in shape, size, and functionality as a standard green gas.
But to answer your questions, every manufacturer calls it something slightly differnt. i.e. some bottles had a sticker on them that stated air duster, but then below it stated "Ultra Air Power Gas", then on some bottles they stated "Power Green", or "Power Gas". Or even some in Japan just straight out say, butane.
But test it out and see how it works. If it's butane, the FPS will be lower than green gas. You can even compare it to propane, should be just about the same as propane, depending on outside temperature.
Hope that answers all your questions.