A: These valves have ¼” BSP female threads as standard. You will need an O-ring or washer to seal.
A: We offer service kits for many of our valves. We also provide breakdown diagrams that will help you service your valves, you can view these by clicking here or visit our website homepage anytime to download.
A: The hoses listed on our website are the most common, we are able to supply hoses at any length required. Please contact us for a quotation for your customised hose.
A: As standard, ¼” BSP (GAS) females are fitted. We are able to fit whatever is required, providing the hose inserts are available. Please contact us for a quotation for your customised hose.
A: Our adaptors are made from brass and are then chrome plated. Brass is used as it has a high corrosion resistance and once chrome plated it becomes ideal for working in extreme/sea conditions.
A: All regulators, compressors and cylinders have different threads so please do not assume that all fittings and adaptors are the same. If you are not sure, please send images complete with a description of your requirements so we can assist on identifying and supplying you with the correct components; you can find our contact details here or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
A: All our adaptors come with O-rings where required. Our DIN adaptors DO NOT come complete with O-rings as these need to be screwed directly onto our hoses/whips.
A: The O-ring used is 10X2mm. All of our adaptor come supplied with O-rings.
A: The 0460 bleed screw can be used up to 232bar ONLY. Above 232bar, you must use the 0459 bleed screw.
A: This is dependent on which country you are diving in. Certain Din adaptors are typically used in certain countries. Please note: 10x2mm O-rings are sold separately for all DIN adaptors. Please contact us if you're unsure, we'll be happy to assist you on idenifying and supplying with the correct components.
A: The O-ring used is 10X2mm.
Please note: 10x2mm O-rings are sold separately for all DIN adaptors.
A: Just like a 540 industrial oxygen tank regulator in the US, the bullnose is a standardised connection for industrial oxygen tanks in the UK and Australia. Bullnose tanks and regulators are standardised not only in the UK but in many counties and regions around the globe.
Here is a list of countries that use the Bullnose valve.
AFRICA: Liberia, Libya, Nigeria, South Africa (for larger tanks)
ASIA: Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Maldvies, Thailand (with some exceptions), Vietnam
MIDDLE EAST: Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen
OCEANIA: Australia, Fiji & Tonga, New Zealand, Pupua New Guinea
A: This regulator and tank valve fitting are the NFE 29-656, also known as the AFNOR. AFNOR stands for the French national organization for standards. These regulator and tank valves are very common in France and Spain as well as many other countries.
Please see the list below.
AFRICA: Algeria, Angola, Maroc, Mozambique, Seychelles, Syria
CHINA: Formosa (SMS 690 can also be found)
EUROPE: Belgium, France, Greece (SMS 690 can also be found), Netherlands (on larger cylinders), Portugal, Spain, Tunisia,
MIDDLE EAST: Lebanon
A: These reusable fittings are used for the inter stage hoses. The threads that are available are 9/16” FEMALE, 3/8” UNF MALE, ¼” BSP MALE and ¼” NPT MALE, they are CNC-machined using brass and are then chrome plated. Brass is used as it has a high corrosion resistance and once chrome plated it becomes ideal for working in extreme/sea conditions.
A: No, this is due to the swivel female nut. When you screw the tool into the female hose insert, this locks off the nut and allows you to screw the fitting into the ferrule.
A: No, please be careful when using this particular gauge.
A: You can user switch between PSI, BAR, KG/CM2 or MPA.
A: You can only use the KITAGAWA tubes with our kits. All other manufacturers tubes are NOT compatible.
A: You can test for CO2, CO, OIL MIST and water vapour.
A: Minimum of 9 BAR and the maximum of 232 BAR.