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    "Straight" Tank Valve?

    Hi All,

    I'm wondering if its possible to get a valve like the one shown in the attachment for a M25 thread tank? In case its not obvious- a valve where the handwheel is above and inline with the tank fitting.

    Any ideas?

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    Re: "Straight" Tank Valve?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Field
    I'm wondering if its possible to get a valve like the one shown in the attachment for a M25 thread tank? In case its not obvious- a valve where the handwheel is above and inline with the tank fitting.

    Any ideas?
    Those look like Poseidon taper thread valves. I've got some on very old tanks. I've got some very nice M25 inline valves but they're 30O bar fitting. They are available. I'll check my shed to see who made them.
    Last edited by Duncan Price; 24th February 2006 at 11:15. Reason: EDIT: Answered already

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    Re: "Straight" Tank Valve?

    Ben,

    Those were the tapered thread tank valve from Germany. No o-ring, just teflon.

    As mentioned, I think your best source could be Poseidon for the 25mm version.

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    Re: "Straight" Tank Valve?

    I've got a tapper tread one (common theme)
    BA sets use valves like that so Drager may well do one or the Posiden valve - they do funky modular ones

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    Re: "Straight" Tank Valve?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Field
    M25 thread tank? In case its not obvious- a valve where the handwheel is above and inline with the tank fitting.
    Any ideas?
    Ben, try here: http://www.underwater.fr/ under Robinetteries air/nitrox Oxygene:
    Robinet DIN 25x200 6H ISO
    code 01A071 prix : 39 Euros.
    contact@underwater.fr
    If you need assistance with the French language on their website, you're welcome to PM me.
    Best
    Philippe

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