This package combines two Faber 232 bar, 10.5 litre (100 cubic foot), Standard, 178 mm (7 inch) diameter, Steel Cylinders with either a San-o-Sub 232 bar DIN/Yoke manifold, or a San-o-Sub 300 bar High Pressure DIN Manifold, plus San-o-Sub twin cylinder bands and rubber cylinder boots.
The Faber 10.5 litre cylinder is great for divers who are much better on their air consumption than the rest of us. You know who you are! It's shorter length also suits those of below average height. Thus is simply brilliant for small, petite people who hardly breathe.
However, many divers carrying plenty of lead on their weight belts (e.g. in temperate waters) with more normal air consumption rates, often make the mistake of choosing this cylinder purely because they think it will be easier for them in some situations as it weighs a bit less. What they fail to take into account is that they'll be putting the weight saved as extra lead on their weight belt. Thus there will be no change in their overall dive gear tare weight.
These cylinders are made by Faber, the leading European manufacturer of scuba diving tanks, with extremely high quality steel made to international standards. Faber cylinders display a unique combination of size, weight and buoyancy.
We supply a DIN to Yoke convertible, cross-flow valve as standard. The valves are made by San-o-Sub, a leading Italian manufacturer of medical, industrial and scuba valves. They are strong and reliable and are made from really top quality materials. The inner air passages were carefully studied in the design so as to guarantee top performance even, and above all, with the top performance regulators. The valve design ensures an excellent grip, facilitating opening and closing of the tank. The valve regulator connection incorporates a threaded insert, which means it can equally be used for both INT bracket (Yoke) or DIN connection. Because the valves are modular you can easily change from a single connection valve to dual connection valve and vice versa.
Note: If you require your cylinder with a high pressure DIN valve, or unvalved, instead of a convertible DIN/Yoke valve, please specify when you order.
Valve Oxygen Cleaning:
The Faber steel cylinders are supplied Oxygen (O2) clean, suitable for use with up to 100% oxygen. However, if you are planning to use the cylinder with Enriched Air Nitrox (Nitrox) mixes up to 100% oxygen, it's essential for the safety of the cylinder user and the person filling the cylinder that the valve be oxygen cleaned and prepared with special o-rings, seats, and grease designed for exposure to pure oxygen. The cylinder should then be banded with the familiar yellow and green Nitrox band/wrap/sticker, and an Oxygen Clean 'In Test' inspection sticker applied. The Scuba Doctor can do all of this for you as an add-on service.
Faber 232 bar steel cylinders from The Scuba Doctor are supplied with a self-draining flexible PVC cylinder boot to fit the round bottomed Faber tanks already installed. This protects the bottom of your cylinder and provides a streamlined profile for tank racks or doubling tanks.
Faber 232 bar Cylinder Specifications:
- Fill pressure: 232 bar (3365 psi)
- Test pressure: 348 bar (5047 psi)
- Standard: BS 5045 Pt 1
- Material: 34CRMO4 Chromium Molybdenum Alloy Steel
- Manufacturing Process: Cold deep drawing from steel plate
- External Primary Finish: Hot Zinc sprayed, layer thickness 60/70 microns
- External Final Finish: 2 part polyurethane white paint sprayed and air dried
- Internal Finish: Chemically treated with Ferrous Phosphate
- Neck Thread: 3/4 inch NPSM
International shipping: Not available.
Shipping within Australia: Email or call for prices.
Our standard freight fees do not apply.
All cylinders are shipped unfilled with the valve off.
All scuba tanks for delivery are sold EMPTY due to restrictions in place on the transportation of high pressure cylinders. If you are picking up your order instore, The Scuba Doctor will be happy to give you a FREE air fill.
Note: Cylinders comply with Australian Standards.
We will only ship cylinders to locations in Australia.