Valves, Manifolds, Rebreather Valves, and Cylinder Hardware | Scuba Center has been selling quality scuba diving and snorkeling equipment since 1973. You will find a wide selection of scuba and snorkeling equipment at both our Minneapolis and Eagan, Minnesota locations.


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Valves and Manifolds

Blue Steel Valves | A Faber Product Blue Steel

Blue Steel valves are made of rugged brass with chrome or matte finish for maximum protection, durability, and beauty. Manufactured with oxygen-compatible materials and lubricants. Sturdy rubber handwheels allow easy access and grip to open and close valve. Recessed safety to protect against damage while diving or transporting cylinder.

Inline Rebreather Valves

Specifically designed for rebreather cylinders, Blue Steel's inline Rebreather valve offers Low Profile design with easy handwheel access to meet compact Rebreather design requirements. With Built in "Bump Guard" to help absorb impact stress and enhance handwheel clearance. Burst Disc Service Pressure 3442 PSI.
Rebreather Valve with 200 BAR DIN outlet
Inlet 3/4-14 NPSM, Black Handwheel

Price: $75.00   add Blue Steel 18040-BH Rebreather Valve Black Handle to cart

Rebreather Valve with 200 BAR DIN outlet
Inlet 3/4-14 NPSM, Green Handwheel

Price: $75.00   add Blue Steel 18040-GH Rebreather Valve Green Handle to cart

Standard Tank Valves

Blue Steel Standard Tank Valves | Right Hand | 10111, 10112, 10120 200 BAR Modular DIN/K Valve (Right Hand Valve)

Price: $55.00

2400 psi, 3000 psi, or 3442 psi

Blue Steel Standard Tank Valves | Left Hand | 10107, 10108 200 BAR Modular DIN/K Valve (Left Hand Valve)

Price: $55.00

2400 psi or 3442 psi

Harrison Valve™ is a global supplier of precision valve products serving a broad range of applications, industries and markets. | Scuba Diving Tank Valves Harrison
All Harrison valves are produced to meet or exceed the highest US and international standards; including ISO 10297 and CGA V-9. Harrison Valves™ are rigorously tested through a robust quality assurance system, and Harrison Valve™ maintains carefully monitored manufacturing processes to ensure that all Harrison valves meet or exceed design and performance specifications.
Harrison valves | Cleaned for Oxygen Service | CGA850 Yoke Connection
Stand Alone K-Valve
Inlet 3/4-14 NPSM, Cleaned for Oxygen Service
3000 psi

Price: $49.95

Price: $39.95   add Harrison K-Valve to cart

Thermo Valves is a Division of XS Scuba, Inc. Thermo

All Thermo scuba valves are bright chrome plated for maximum protection and long lasting beauty in salt water environments. The Easy Grip handwheel is made from soft rubber formed around a durable stainless steel insert. The stainless steel insert insures positive long lasting life. The large soft rubber ribs make it easy to open or close the valve even while wearing dive gloves. Valves come laser engraved for their approved gas usage (ex: "AIR ONLY" or "40% MAX OXYGEN PREMIXED").
5251 Thermo Stand Alone K Valve | VA100 K Valve | Air only | CGA850 Yoke Connection Stand Alone Thermo K Scuba Valve with Angled Handwheel and Shielded Side Safety Assembly. 3/4" - 14 NPSM inlet
Air Service only.

Price: $49.95

2400 psi or 3000 psi
Thermo Stand Alone Pro Valve | Stand Alone Thermo PRO Scuba Valve with Angled Handwheel and Shielded Side Safety Assembly. Standard Yoke outlet with removable insert adapter, converts to 230 BAR DIN outlet. 3/4" - 14 NPSM inlet, Clean for pre-blended Nitrox up to 40% oxygen

Price: $59.95

2400 psi, 3000 psi, 3300 psi, or 3442 psi

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While these are excellent reference materials, in no way should this information be considered a replacement for proper training for the specific type of diving in which you plan to participate.