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Offline Addy

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Diving cylinders
« on: February 10, 2018, 12:03:03 pm »
I packed up diving 20+ years ago but still have some of the kit!
Among the pile are 4 x 7 litre steel cylinders - long out of test but free to a good home before they go to scrap.

Two are older HOT spec with taper threads and pillar valves fitted. 2640psi.
Two are BS5045 with parallel threads and pillar valves fitted.

I also have a US Divers Conshelf Supreme regulator with A-clamp fitting although there are DIN adaptors available.
Open to offers.

Any interest?
They're in Sussex but I cave in SWales fairly often.
Why?

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Re: Diving cylinders
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2018, 01:17:33 pm »
interested but do not live in the GB and drop by SW quite irregularly. If no one else grabs them over the next few days/weeks I will try to hatch a plan to get the kit!
the man is mentally ill. I have seen him eat a plastic pie.

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Re: Diving cylinders
« Reply #2 on: February 10, 2018, 02:20:06 pm »

Two are older HOT spec with taper threads and pillar valves fitted. 2640psi. (182 bar) = 44 cu ft. They're 5.5" diameter.
Two are BS5045 with parallel threads and pillar valves fitted. (207 bar) = 51 cu ft. They're also 5.5" diameter.


Also have a 2 litre BS5045 cylinder with a DIN fitting - again out of test but free to a good home.
Rubber cylinder boots for the 5.5" dia cylinders above also in the package...

I also have 2 x manifolds to make the pairs into twinsets - A-Clamp types - offers?
Why?

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Re: Diving cylinders
« Reply #3 on: February 11, 2018, 01:09:35 pm »
2-litre now gone.
Why?