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OMS 240 Bar DIN/K H-Valve Right (V804)

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  • Model: V804
  • Brand: OMS

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Product Description

The OMS 240 Bar DIN/K H-Valve Diver's Right lets you use a single cylinder with two DIN/K valve outlets. The dual outlets allow you to use two regulators to provide backups in the event of a regulator or hose failure.

Europe has the EN250 standard for diving equipment to meet the demands placed on it at depth and under high breathing loads. The EN250:2014 standards decided in 2014 outline how an octopus rig, single 1st stage and two 2nd stages, is not the preferred option if you're diving deeper than 30 metres, or diving in water colder than 10°C. If you are diving in colder waters, or deeper than 30m then it is advised that you only use one 2nd stage per 1st stage. Using a single cylinder with twin valve outlets like this H Valve is one way to comply with the standard.

Built by combining the OMS V803 Valve with the OMS V811. Manufactured from Aircraft grade brass.

OMS 240 Bar DIN/K H-Valve Right Features

  • Aircraft grade brass
  • 240 BAR - DIN
  • Low Profile
  • Diver's Right

OMS 240 Bar DIN/K H-Valve Right Specifications:

Description: V804 DIN/K H-Valve Right
Valve Thread: USA 3/4" 14 NPSM
First Stage Accommodation: DIN and Yoke
Burst Disk Service Pressure: 240 bar (3500 psi)
Burst Disk Rupture Pressure: 400 bar (5800 psi
Oxygen Compatible Materials: Yes
Max Valve Press Rating (DIN Style Only): 310 bar (4500 psi)

The valve has a standard 3/4" NPSM thread to fit most Australian Standard aluminium and steel tanks/cylinders/bottles. WARNING: Please ensure that you are fitting the valve to the correct cylinder. If in doubt please ask.

Valve Oxygen Cleaning:

The valves are supplied Nitrox ready, suitable for use with up to 40% oxygen. However, if you are planning to use the valve with Enriched Air Nitrox (Nitrox) mixes from 40% 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 Scuba Doctor can do all of this for you as an add-on service.

(04/16 LRB)