DGX DIN-to-Yoke Spin-on Adapter

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Use this spin-on adapter to connect any 200 Bar or 300 Bar DIN first stage regulator fitting to a yoke-type cylinder K-valve.

DGX DIN-to-Yoke Spin-on Adapter

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  • Connect any 200 Bar or 300 Bar DIN first stage to a yoke-type cylinder K-valve
  • Spins on and off easily - No tools required
  • Marked with 3500 psi / 232-Bar rating - Use with LP or HP tanks
  • Easy-grip handwheel makes it easy to mount and remove
  • Made of marine grade chrome plated brass material

Use this spin-on adapter to connect any 200 Bar or 300 Bar DIN first stage regulator fitting to a yoke-type cylinder K-valve. The DIN-to-yoke spin-on adapter is marked with a 3500 psi / 232-Bar rating and features a nice sized easy-grip handwheel which makes it easy to mount and remove.

Made of durable marine grade chrome plated brass material.

NOTE:The finish color is strictly cosmetic, the adapters are otherwise identical and work on any DIN regulator regardless of brand.

More Information
Brand DGX
SKU DX-7013xx
Weight 0.750000

Dust caps with DIN-to-Yoke adapters are not best practice

You should use a yoke dust cap with native yoke fitting first stages, but you do not need to use a dust cap with DIN-to-Yoke spin-on adapters. You should NOT permanently leave a DIN-to-Yoke adapter in place and cap the adapter. Leaving the adapter permanently on the DIN fitting can eventually cause the DIN fitting to 'lock-in' to the yoke adapter, making it impossible to remove without damaging something.

Best practice for use of all DIN-to-Yoke adapters is to first mount and tighten the adapter to the tank K-valve, then attach the DIN regulator to the adapter. After your dive, first remove the DIN regulator from the adapter, place a dust cap the DIN fitting and then remove the adapter from the tank K-valve. Thus, by following best practice there is no need for yoke dust cap and our DIN-to-Yoke adapters don't include a cap. If you are new to DIN fittings on regulators, you might read our Uncoupling DIN Fittings from SCUBA Valves TekTip.

Also, if you use a dust cap on the native yoke fitting, do not leave it attached to the fitting during the dive. Although convenient, unfortunately either the diver fails to dry it off when replacing thus trapping moisture in the regulator inlet, or worse, novices will dry the cap with a blast of compressed gas from the tank valve. The problem with that (as our service techs often complain) is the blast of gas will often blow moisture from the valve face or the attached cap right in to the first stage inlet. Best practice would be to remove and replace the knob from the yoke fitting while separating the rubber cap from the fitting. When the yoke fitting cap is not in use, store it in a dry place.