DGX Gears Adapter: DIN to CGA-870 Pin Index YOKE

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This adapter allows the DIN fitting used in SCUBA to also be used with the pin-indexed CGA870 fitting commonly found on emergency oxygen cylinders.

DGX Gears Adapter: DIN to CGA-870 Pin Index YOKE

DIN-to-CGA870 Fill Adapter
DIN-to-CGA870 Fill Adapter Side View Detail of Connection In Use on O2 Cylinder
  • Adapts 300 BAR DIN fitting to CGA870 oxygen fitting
  • Allows transfill from O2 cylinder to Scuba cylinder
  • Includes additional PTFE washer for pin indexed valve
  • Designed for Emergency use only with medical O2
  • Use your DIN regulator to administer O2 in an Emergency

In an emergency, this DIN-to-CGA870 adapter allows the DIN fitting on diving gas blending transfill kits used for filling SCUBA cylinders to also be used to transfill USP oxygen to the pin-indexed CGA870 fitting found on some emergency oxygen cylinders. In an emergency when a CGA870 oxygen regulator and mask is not available, it could also be used with a suitable SCUBA oxygen regulator to provide demand oxygen from a medical oxygen supply cylinder with a CGA870 valve.

Usage note: Most bulk oxygen sold in returnable cylinders has the US standard CGA540 valve, so typical DIN-to-DIN transfill hoses with this adapter would only allow transfill from medical oxygen cylinders with the CGA870 valve to SCUBA cylinders. Our Deluxe Blending & Transfill Kit and our Deluxe Fitting & Hose Kit for our gas booster both include a CGA540 fitting and terminate in a standard DIN fitting, meaning this adapter would allow transfill from bulk oxygen cylinders to emergency oxygen cylinders with a CGA870 valve.

Note this Nitrox Ready adapter is for emergency use only.

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Brand DGX Gears
SKU DX-O2adapter
Weight 1.000000

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According to our suppliers, their Nitrox Ready and Oxygen Service products are compatible with oxygen and factory cleaned for use with compressed gases in excess of 23.5% oxygen. Nonetheless, the 'clean state' of this equipment applies only prior to initial use. Thereafter, periodic inspection and cleaning are a necessity. You must meticulously follow the recommendations of the US Department of Transportation (DOT), Compressed Gas Association (CGA), and other federal/state/local agencies, plus your dive training agency for equipment maintenance, handling, storage, labeling, filling, transport and use of compressed gases. Oxygen-related fires and explosions can result in serious injury or death. Ultimately, you must make the final decision to assume all risks associated with the use of any compressed gases, including those in excess of 23.5% oxygen.