Luxfer Tank 100cf

The Luxfer Tank Aluminum 100 CF diving cylinder is a fantastic tank to take with you on your diving adventures.

Aluminum cylinders unlike steel cylinders don’t rust, they oxidize. The oxidization of aluminum forms a protective coat that hinders the continuation of corrosion making aluminum cylinders less likely to be condemned due to excessive corrosion. All Luxfer cylinders are nitrox Ready.

The Luxfer 100 cu ft (13.2 liter) cylinder has an 8″ (203.2 mm) diameter weighs 41.1 lbs (18.6 kg) when empty, is 26.2″ (665.5 mm) tall without the valve and its buoyancy when full is -4.6 lbs (-2.1 kg). The cylinder becomes positively buoyant by 2.8 lb (1.27 kg) when completely empty. This allows the diver who uses a standard aluminum 80 cut ft (11.1 liter) cylinder to lower the required amount of lead on their belt or BCD pockets by over 1 lbs (.45 kg), and gives them approximately 20 cu ft (3 liters) additional air for each dive. When shipped the tanks valves will be removed and the tank will require re-inspection before being filled.

  • Luxfer 100 Cubic Foot Brushed Aluminum Tank with Pro Valve
  • Nitrox Ready Up to 23.5%
  • Cylinder:  Luxfer 100 Cubic Foot
  • In 1988, Luxfer Introduced Scuba Tanks Manufactured from L6X
  • Proprietary Formula of Aluminum Alloy: 6061-T6
  • Superior Corrosion-Resistance and Dependable Performance
  • Preferred Choice by Military, Commercial and Technical Divers Worldwide
  • Great Buoyancy Characteristics (Negative when Empty)
  • Thread Size: 0.750-14 NPSM
  • Won’t Rust Like Steel Cylinders
  • Working Pressure: 3300 (228 Bar)
  • Note: 
    All Luxfer Cylinders Meet Certificated Specifications of the US Department of Transportation (DOT) with DOT-3AL
    Meet Specification of the Transport Canada Safety and Security (TC) with TC-3ALM
  • Valve:  Pro Valve
  • Convertible K-Valve
  • Yoke or DIN
  • Heavy Duty Design
  • Smooth Operating Valve Mechanism
  • High Flow Capacity Valve
  • Chrome Plated Marine Brass
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