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Tank O-ring Kit

$19.00
This is a nifty kit to have during your dive trip!

Scuba Tank Valve Knob

$14.00
The Tank Valve Hand-Wheel Rubber Knobs have a tough, high quality rubber grip that gives a tactile feel for ease of turning the cylinder valve. This is the valve knob everyone wants and it fits most valves.

Spare Air

$440.00
The Spare Air 300-N Package includes a sized Holster (PN:973) with two quick release straps.

Uncoated Lead Weights

$21.00
Lead scuba weights are a crucial component of every diver’s gear collection. Select yours today!

IST Coated Lead Weights

$27.00$48.00
Slotted Lead Weights for standard weight belt configurations or it can be placed in weight belt pockets; or your BCD trim pockets.

IST Tank Boot TB2

$20.00
Rubber tank boot for standing 7.25 inch diameter air cylinders

Scuba Tank Valve

$60.00$75.00
DIN, International, K- Valve, A-Clamp, Yoke Connector, DIN 477… sound familiar? Well, you may have already come across these terms on your scuba diving trips. All of them refer to the type of method or valve used to connect your scuba air tank or diving cylinder to the first stage of your regulator set.

Luxfer Scuba Cylinder

$285.00
The Aluminium 80 cu ft (11.1 liters) cylinder is the staple of the diving industry. You most likely used them in your first Scuba Class and on most charter boats around the world. The tank is a 3000 psi (200 bars) service pressure tank measuring 25.8" (65.5 cm) tall with a 7.3" (18.5 cm) diameter. The cylinder weighs 31.5 (14.3 kg) is negative 1.7 lbs. (771 g) when full in salt water and is positively buoyant 4.2 lbs. (1.9 kg) when empty.

Tank Valve Dust Cover

$8.00
Standard scuba tank cap with included lanyard to fasten to the scuba valve neck.

As we know, tanks and weights are part of every dive. A diving cylinder, scuba tank or diving tank is a gas cylinder used to store and transport the high pressure breathing gas required by a scuba set. Scuba tank weight may also be used for surface-supplied diving or as decompression gas or an emergency gas supply for surface-supplied diving or scuba. Cylinders provide gas to the diver through the demand valve of a diving regulator or the breathing loop of a diving rebreather.

Best Scuba Tanks and Weights

Diving cylinders are usually manufactured from aluminium or steel alloys, and are normally fitted with one of two common types of cylinder valve for filling and connection to the regulator. Tank Accessories such as manifolds, cylinder bands, protective nets and boots and carrying handles may be provided. Various configurations of harness may be used to carry the cylinder or cylinders while diving, depending on the application.

 Cylinders used for scuba typically have an internal volume (known as water capacity) of between 3 and 18 litres (0.11 and 0.64 cu ft) and a maximum working pressure rating of from 184 to 300 bars (2,670 to 4,350 psi). Cylinders are also available in smaller sizes, such as 0.5, 1.5 and 2 litres, however these are often used for purposes such as inflation of surface marker buoys, drysuits and buoyancy compensators rather than breathing.

 Scuba divers may dive with a single cylinder, a pair of similar cylinders, or a main cylinder and a smaller “pony” cylinder, carried on the diver’s back or clipped onto the harness at the sides. Paired cylinders may be manifolded together or independently. In some cases, more than two cylinders are needed.

More About diving weighting system

A diving weighting system is ballast weight added to a diver or diving equipment to counteract buoyancy. They may be used by divers or on equipment such as diving bells, submersibles or camera housings.

Different tanks and weights will work for different divers. its important you choose the best equipment that best works for you.