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I have 3 steel tanks stamped 3500 psi and one other steel tank that doesnt have a readable stamp. I intend to replace all 4 valves on the next service. Is there a difference in threads between the various pressure-rated valves?
my cart has items I cant remove. how do I do this. there is o box next to them. also how do I order one item from cart at a time? dont want to buy al at once.
there are items in my cart I cant remove. no box next to them. also how do I order one item at a time from cart. dont want to buy them all at once.
Hello Alyson, for the items added to your cart you did not enter. Either the items that get added are part of the item you are ordering or in the drop down menu you are adding the up-grade with the item. In the drop down menu you are going to want to add the item without any of the add-on.
a follow-up to darricks answer does the sherwood convertible pro valve come with the k valve fill ? thanks
Hello Gary, Compatible with both standard and DIN regulators. So if you need it to be a k-valve then you are going to leave the insert inside the valve. If you need it to be a Din valve then you would use a standard hex key to remove the insert to convert it to a din valve.
The Sherwood valve comes in 3000 psi or 3300 psi or 3400 psi. Some times my tanks are filled to 3200 psi so should I get the 3300 psi valve? The cylindars are standard 80 3000 psi. Thanks
I have 2 - 3AA2250 - 72 cuft tank that have J valves (with reserve levers on them) on them and I need to change them to K valves as the SCUBA stores are refusing to fill them.they tested good in the hydrotest. Can you kindly recommend which type/ make of valve I should look into buying. I also have a 3AL3000 80cuft Luxfer that I need to replace the valve on. will the same type of valve work for all 3 tanks?
TANKS & VALVES: Sherwood Valve
The most used valve in diving. The critical link between your regulator and tank, our patented Sherwood valve was designed specifically to handle today’s high-performance regulators.