Dive Rite Remote Exhaust Elbow

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Dive Rite Remote Exhaust Elbow with Nut and Pull Cable in three lengths.

Dive Rite Remote Exhaust Elbow

Remote Exhaust Elbow Options
Remote Exhaust Elbow Options Detail of Cable Attachment Side View

These replacement remote exhaust pull-to-dump elbows are available in three common cable lengths: { 12 In | 30.5 cm }, { 16 in | 40.6 cm } (standard) and { 22 in | 55.9 cm }. The Dive Rite Remote Exhaust Elbow is compatible with Dive Rite, DGX and other technical wings with an opening of { 1.75 in | 4.4 cm }. Not compatible with SeaQuest, Scubapro, Hollis, Zeagle, OMS and other major brands.

This product does not include the hardware to connect the pull-cable to the power inflator, nor the gasket typically required to connect the elbow to the wing, nor any hardware to secure the inflator to your corrugated hose. Those items are normally supplied with the wing and power inflator.

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Brand Dive Rite
SKU DR-BC2750-xx
Weight 0.200000

Customer Reviews

Replacing Air Cell Inflation Assembly Elbows

Removing and replacing an air cell elbow must be done correctly; otherwise damage may result. The most important thing to remember is to turn only the collar at the base of the hose elbow, and not the elbow itself. Turning the elbow results in either loosening or damaging the flanges that mate the elbow to the air cell bladder. The video illustrates using a tool to turn the collar, but frankly the best tool to use is simply to turn the collar by hand.

When installing or reinstalling the elbow, make certain the gasket is centered in place between the elbow flange and bladder flange. As you tighten the collar, avoid cross threading by first turning counterclockwise until you hear a click. As you begin turning the collar clockwise, you will feel the elbow seat into the flange and lock into one of several possible positions. If the elbow assumes the wrong position, loosen the collar, reorient the elbow and begin again.

After tightening the collar as far as it will go, fully inflate the air cell and check for leaks. The air cell should be able to remain fully inflated for several minutes without exhibiting any substantial air loss. You may find the gasket has compressed after a few days and you will need to snug up the collar again, tightening one eighth to one quarter turn by hand.