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Faber Steel Cylinder 12 litre, 300 bar

Old price: $880.00 incl GST
$775.00 incl GST
The scuba diving cylinders we prefer, use and recommend for our divers, are made by Faber.
Manufacturer: Faber

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Faber 12 litre, 300 bar steel Cylinder

The scuba diving cylinders we prefer, use and recommend for our divers, are made by Faber.
Faber is the foremost European manufacturer of scuba diving cylinders, using extremely high quality steel, made to international standards.

Faber steel dive cylinders display a unique combination of size, weight and buoyancy.

The Faber Twelve litre high pressure steel SCUBA diving cylinder complete with DIN valve - with a fill pressure of 300 bar is the most popular scuba tank, ideal for many different dive applications as the primary cylinder for divers who require lots of gas.

The high quality, high pressure DIN scuba valves are modular, you can change from single connection to dual connection valves with ease.

The scuba valve design on the dive tank ensures an excellent grip, facilitating easy opening and closing of the tank valve.

Please note:

Cylinders are for use in Australia only.
All scuba tanks are sold EMPTY due to restrictions in place on the transportation of high-pressure cylinders and are priced accordingly.
Oxygen cleaning fee of $27.50 applies to Oxygen clean your tank and scuba valve for use with up to 100% Oxygen.
(Includes Clean Air and Nitrox Decal)

Call 02 4389 3483 for bulk purchase pricing.

Tank handles are also available for ease of transporting your scuba tank.
Not necessary to add a tank boot as 3 Litre SCUBA Tanks are typically mounted to your main air cylinder with a Includes a black tank boot.

Dimensions

  • Height: 635 mm
  • Diameter: 178 mm 
  • Fill Pressure 300 bar 
  • Empty Weight: 16.7 kgs 
  • Tank Neck Threads are 3/4" - 14 NPSM 
  • Standard: BS 5045 
  • Material: Chromium Molybdenum Alloy Steel 
  • Manufacturing Process: Cold deep drawn from steel plate 
  • Internal Finish: Chemically treated with Ferrous Phosphate  
  • Primary Finish: Hot Zinc sprayed with layer thickness of 60-70 microns  
  • Final Finish: Two part polyurethane white paint, sprayed and air dried