|Type:||Second Stages||Material:||Metal/Nylon And Fibre|
|Medium Voltage:||140-145PSI||Inspiratory Impedance:||1.2-1.4 CIW (Column Inches Of Water)|
|Exhale Impedance:||1.0-1.2 CIW||Average Output Flow:||30+SCFM (Air Supply: 3000 PSI)|
PSE Scuba Diving Regulator,
Rubber Scuba Diving Regulator,
Lightweight Scuba Diving Second Stage Regulator
ZT201Regulator Second Stages All Black Rubber Low Pressure Tube
•Plastic PC, aluminum alloy, brass material
•Metal components provide excellent frost resistance
•Top performance air flow balancing system
•User adjustable VIVA and suction impedance knob
•Stylish rugged plated aluminium ring
•Downstream air supply valve
•Food grade super comfortable mouth pieces
|Model||Downstream secondary stage regulator|
|Material||Metal/Nylon and fibre|
|Inspiratory impedance||1.2-1.4 CIW (Column inches of Water)|
|Exhale impedance||1.0-1.2 CIW|
|Average output flow||30+SCFM (Air supply: 3000 PSI)|
|Adjustable VIVA and impedance knob||Adjustable air flow size and direction|
|Length of low pressure tube||68.58 cm / 27"|
|Low pressure tube material||Rubber|
1. Before using this regulator or diving in cold water, (below 50°F, or 10°C) you must have successfully completed training and certification in the techniques of scuba diving from a recognized certification agency.
2. Before using this regulator, make sure that there is no crack or attrition on the regulator. In case the regulator thread is cracked, or damaged, do not use the regulator.
3. O-ring seals can wear out with normal use and must be promptly replaced to avoid flooding the instrument.
4. Always pressurize the regulator gradually by opening the cylinder valve slowly.
A.1 Composition of Air
A regulator uses a natural gas that conforms to the standard and is naturally pure. If the grade of the cylinder is not specified, it must not be worse than normal air and must not contain impurities.
Buy a way to use air that doesn't smell too much gas or have oil in the gas.
Unconsciously Note: The standard for oil and gas smell cannot exceed 0.3mg/m3.
Either the gas or the water content in the cylinder that comes out of the compressor can't exceed 30 mg/m3 at 300 bar pressure or 50 mg/m3 at 200 bar pressure.
Air compressor breathing equipment and pipes must have filtration or water reduction devices to prevent internal icing. These should be paid special attention to