Scuba Non-Adjustable Regulators
Scuba Regulators, Dive Regulators, Scuba Non-Adjustable Second Stage, Diving Regulator Second Stage, Scuba Adjustable Second Stage, Scuba Adjustable Second Stage, Diving Downstream Valve Type
Scuba Gear Technical Information:
- Type: Downstream demand valve with external air intake adjustment.
- Intermediate pressure: 140 PSI.
- Inhalation effort: 1.1-1.4 CIW (Column inches of Water).
- Exhalation efferot: 1.1 CIW.
- Flow rate: 30+SCFM (Air supply: 3000PSI).
- Air Flow: 33 cu.ft. (935 Liter/min) @ 1 atmosphere
- Exhalation Effort: 0.6 inch (1.52 cm) W.C. max @ 1 atm.
- Weight: 193.5g (0.42 lb).
- Faceplate Color: Green, Blue, Purple, Orange, Red, Yellow, Red
- ⊙ Diving Equipment OEM & ODM available.
- ⊙ Diving Equipment customization.
- ⊙ Manufactured by: Aquatec
- After each use, must be rinsed with fresh water.
- Ffrom the purchase of one year from the date of the product warranty.
- Normal operating circumstances, the non-human damage, the company must ensure that free maintenance.
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