Faber LP-50 Cylinder, Silver

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The low-pressure 50 cubic foot steel cylinder is manufactured in Italy by Faber Industrie in a durable and environmentally friendly hot-zinc spray coating that is further protected with epoxy paint.

Prices for these cylinders do not include free shipping.

Faber LP-50 Cylinder, Silver

Faber LP-50 Triple Protected Galvanized Cylinder
Faber LP-50 Triple Protected Galvanized Cylinder Thermo Pro DIN/K Standalone Valve
  • Compact and lightweight Low Pressure steel cylinder
  • Hot-zinc spray coating protected with epoxy paint (Grey color)
  • Nitrox Ready tank and valve - Offers a 2640 psi service pressure
  • Has phosphatized internal surface to create a corrosion resistant barrier
  • Diameter of {5.51 in | 13.9 cm} and height of {25.2 in | 64 cm}

The Faber LP-Series 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 Industrie S.p.A., these 2640 psi service pressure cylinders are imported for the North American market in a durable and environmentally friendly hot-zinc spray coating that is protected with epoxy paint. The inside of Faber cylinders also feature a unique phosphatized hardening treatment to create a corrosion resistant internal surface. With a diameter of {5.51 in | 13.9 cm} and a height of {25.2 in | 64 cm} this is a compact steel cylinder with a wide variety of uses.

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 Thermo PRO DIN/K valve suitable for use with both DIN or Yoke regulator fittings. The cylinders ordered with valves have a current month Nitrox Ready decal. An optional vinyl tank boot is available.

Our "DGX Complete" Setup Includes:

  • Nitrox Ready Cylinder
  • Nitrox Ready Thermo Pro DIN/K Valve
  • Spare O-ring for Valve Face
  • Valve Protector Cap
  • Current Nitrox Ready Decal
More Information
Weight 23.0500
Brand Faber
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We'll be frank and tell you that the vinyl tank boot available for this tank is just not very good. It's unstable and we recommend avoiding standing this tank up whenever possible. Worse, it does not drain well, giving this boot a reputation for causing external corrosion under the boot due to retaining moisture, especially when exposed to saltwater. Unfortunately it's the only boot available that will fit this diameter tank.

Tank boots on steel cylinders are necessary because steel cylinders always have a round bottom and won't stand up without them. Since the most popular applications for this cylinder are sidemount and doubles configurations where the boot is normally absent, many divers just leave this boot off and deal with the fact the tank cannot stand up on it's own. If you must have a boot on this tank, the moment you get home from the dive knock the boot off then rinse the tank and boot in fresh water. Leave the boot off until everything is dry, then replace the boot and store the tank well secured standing upright until the next time to go diving.

Steel Specialty Cylinders by Faber

Features of All Steel Cylinders by Faber

  • Hot zinc spray galvanized w/epoxy paint OR Hot dipped external galvanization
  • LP Series have U.S. DOT-3AA and Canadian TC-3AAM markings
  • FX Series have U.S. DOT-SP13488 and Canadian TC-SU7694 markings
  • 0.750-14 NPSM (3/4 NPS) threaded neck opening
  • Cylinder and valve are Nitrox Ready

How to Select a SCUBA Tank

Our factual but easy-to-read article helps you make this big decision by giving you information on:

  • Aluminum tanks versus steel tanks
  • Low-pressure tanks versus high-pressure tanks
  • Tank paints, coatings, and finishes
  • Tank dimensions and capacity recommendations

Click Here to read How to Select a SCUBA Tank.

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 a factory hydro date up to 24 months old as these are manufactured and imported less frequently.

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.

Steel Specialty Cylinders by Faber

Cylinder Pressure
(psi @ 70°F)
True Air †
Capacity (ft3)
Weight Empty
Full : Empty (pounds)
FX-15 (Faber 2L) 3442 ≈ 15.7 14.17 3.94 6.6 -2.42  :  -1.21
FX-23 (Faber 3L) 3442 ≈ 23.5 19.50 3.94 8.6 -2.64  :  -0.66
LP-27 (Faber 4L) 2640 ≈ 25.0 14.43 5.46 11.7 -2.95  :  -1.07
LP-50 (Faber 7.8L) 2640 ≈ 48.7 25.2 5.51 18.9 -2.43  :  1.24
LP-85 (Faber 13) 2640 ≈ 81.1 25.98 7.01 31.2 -3.80  :   2.32
Buoyancy for cylinder only in seawater. Height is cylinder only, i.e. less valve.
Specifications supplied by Kaplan Industries and accurate as of 2018.

†  Visit Calculating SCUBA Cylinder Free Gas Capacities for more information about True Capacity values.


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