Faber LP-27 (4L) Cylinder for CCR, Black

$244.00
In Stock
SKU
PK-LP27CCR-BLK
A Faber LP-27 4L steel cylinder and valve suitable for use in rebreather applications.

These products qualify for our FREE continental 48 U.S. shipping promotion, including APO/FPO addresses! However, these products do NOT qualify for free international shipping, or free shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, or U.S. Territories.

Cylinder prices do NOT include international shipping. Our cylinders and valves are Imperial 3/4 NPS neck threads, NOT Metric M25 neck threads, and the valves have overpressure relief devices. The cylinders have US DOT and Canadian CTC markings suitable for use only in North America. Our cylinders and valves are NOT CE approved and NOT suitable for use in the European Union.

NOTE:  SCUBA Tanks must be hydrostatically tested every five years (60 months). We always ship Faber cylinders with a current hydro test date. Due to manufacturing and import cycles, the popular sizes of Faber cylinders typically have a factory hydro date less than 12 months old. However less popular sizes of Faber cylinders may have an older factory hydro date as these are manufactured and imported less frequently.

Faber LP-27 (4L) Cylinder for CCR, Black

Nitrox Ready Valve, O2 Valve Upgrade and No Valve / No VIP Options
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  • Compact and lightweight Low Pressure steel cylinder
  • Hot-zinc spray coating protected with epoxy paint (Black color)
  • Nitrox Ready tank and valve - Offers a 2640 psi service pressure
  • Has phosphatized internal surface to create a corrosion resistant barrier
  • Diameter of {5.46 in | 13.8 cm} and height of {14.43 in | 36.5 cm}

The Faber Black LP-27 (4L) SCUBA Cylinders are manufactured using deep-drawn chrome molybdenum steel resulting in a light weight cylinder with excellent buoyancy characteristics. Manufactured in Italy by Faber, this 2640 PSI service pressure cylinder is imported for the North American market in a durable and environmentally friendly hot-zinc spray coating that is further protected with epoxy paint. The inside of Faber cylinders also feature a unique phosphatized hardening treatment to create a corrosion resistant internal surface.

Dive Gear Express ships your Nitrox Ready cylinder with the valve installed (domestic ground US only). Unless you select no valve, the valve included in our price is a very high quality DGX Premium Pro Valve in your choice of design. The cylinders ordered with valves have a current month Nitrox Ready decal.

† Our shop evidence of inspection 3" X 6" dated decal (aka "VIP sticker") states "this cylinder and valve are suitable for service with compressed gases containing greater than 23.5% oxygen." That means the cylinder and valve, prior to initial use, are oxygen clean and oxygen compatible. If you plan to use this cylinder with gases containing more than 40% oxygen then the upgrade to our DGX Premium Oxygen Valve is suggested. If you select the No Valve / No VIP option, then the VIP decal is NOT included. The standard DGX valves included with this cylinder package include 5250 psi pressure relief devices (aka "burst disks") suitable for service pressures up to 3500 psi. If you would prefer a different pressure rating please make a note in the Special Instructions dialog box at checkout.

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Brand Faber
SKU PK-LP27CCR-BLK
Weight 13.000000
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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.