Could I attach one regulator to one valve and turn on that valve and the manifold valve so that each cylinder is going to one regulator, or would that be too much pressure?
Im putting together a surface supplied system for shallow work. We are going to use twin 100s with this type of manifold. Can I hook up the yoke to my supply and jam on the other? Also, can I secure one of the yokes and still have both tanks being used. Im use to just a single connection like the ones we used in the Navy.
Hello Bill, yes you would have to cap one of the valves with this style plug: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-225/042135/Highland-Stainless-Steel-Din-Scuba-Valve-Plug.html. Then you would need to open the cross over valve so you can breath off of both tanks.
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