SCUBA DIN Female with QD Female

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CGA-530 oxygen adapter to 300 Bar DIN female shown for illustration purposes and is not included.

SCUBA DIN Female with QD Female

SCUBA DIN Female with QD Female
SCUBA DIN Female with QD Female SCUBA DIN Female with QD Female SCUBA DIN Female with QD Female
  • Compatible with 300 bar DIN fitting found on SCUBA regulators
  • QD Female that mates with our bulk gas storage cylinder valve adapters with QD Stem
  • Allows checking of bulk cylinder pressures with SCUBA regulator SPG
  • Allows connection of bulk storage cylinder oxygen to SCUBA regulator for emergency purposes

Adapt bulk compressed gas storage cylinders to DIN pressure checkers and DIN regulator SPGs used in SCUBA by pairing this DIN Adapter with QD Female to one of our Bulk Gas Storage Cylinder Valve Adapters with QD Stem. Also with addition of an inline pressure gauge enables the use of simple SCUBA tank equalizing hoses for the purpose of partial pressure blending. Note the assembled adapter has no way to bleed gas pressure, that function would need to be provided by the pressure checker, equalizing hose, or the purge button on the second stage of the SCUBA regulator.

This adapter together with our Bulk Gas Storage Cylinder Valve Adapters with QD Stem would allow SCUBA regulator second stages to be connected to bulk oxygen storage for emergency purposes such as oxygen first aid or provide surface supply oxygen to divers using extra long regulator hoses. However, using our system of QD adapters also runs the risk of enabling direct connection of a SCUBA regulator to a bulk storage cylinder containing a pure inert gas like helium, nitrogen or argon that WILL NOT SUSTAIN LIFE if someone were to actually attempt to breath from the regulator second stage.

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Brand DGX
SKU DX-701510
Weight 2.000000

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Tek Tip Warning Image WARNING

Never breathe unblended pure inert gases such as helium, nitrogen or argon that do not contain oxygen, as even a few breaths can cause sudden loss of consciousness without warning.

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 training agency for equipment maintenance, handling, storage, labeling, filling, transport and use of compressed gases. Ultimately, you must make the final decision to assume all risks associated with the use of any compressed gases.