Faber 10.5L Standard Steel Scuba Tanks with a fill pressure of 232 BAR and come with a Rubber Tank Boot and Yoke DIN/Yoke Valve Supplied.
Faber steel tanks are manufactured using high quality steel to give you the quality and performance you need, are fully compliant with Australian Safety standards, and offer the benefit of a lighter tank with ideal buoyancy for scuba divers.
- Each tank is supplied with a convertible of DIN / K valve
- Supplied with rubber tank boot
- Optional Nitrox Clean available
- Available with optional handle
Oxygen Cleaning - Add on $75
If you are planning to use the cylinder with Enriched Air Nitrox (Nitrox) mixes higher than 40% oxygen, it's essential for the safety of the cylinder user and the person filling the cylinder that the tank is Oxygen cleaned. That means the valve will be oxygen cleaned and prepared with special o-rings, seats, and grease designed for exposure to pure oxygen.
The cylinder is then banded with the familiar yellow and green Nitrox sticker, and an Oxygen Clean 'In Test' inspection sticker applied. This service is an Add on to the purchase of the tank, for an extra$75.
Scuba tanks can be filled up to 40% Nitrox mixes without special Oxygen cleaning as long as the place filling it have pre-mixed nitrox. Otherwise, for partial pressure fills, you will need to have the tank oxygen cleaned for any mixes.
Please check with your local dive shop how they fill Nitrox tanks. Frog Dive offers the service of pre-mixed Nitrox fills up to 36%. That means that if you are doing your Nitrox fill with us to up to 36%, you don't need to have our tank Oxygen cleaned.
Tank Handle - Add on $25
The tank handle suits 39mm - 41mm neck diameter and can only be used on steel tanks. Made from a strong plastic polymer, the tank handle attaches to your tank by screwing in on tank neck.
The scuba diving tank handle is great for attaching to your dive cylinder to make it easier and safer to transport.
Standard: BS 5045 Pt 1
Material: Chromium Molybdenum Alloy Steel
Manufacturing Process: Cold deep drawing from steel plate
Primary Finish: Hot Zinc sprayed, layer thickness 60/70 microns
Final Finish: 2 part polyurethane white paint sprayed and air dried
Internal Finish: Chemically treated with Ferrous Phosphate