Dive Center, St. Thomas, USVI
Compressor, Nitrox Stik, and Oxygen Located in Adjacent
Nitrox Controller Located Inside Shop at Fill Station
Jack's Diving Locker, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
Nitrox Controller and Oxygen Bottles Located at Fill Station
Oxygen Regulator, Micro-Metering Valve and Solenoid Operated
Nitrox Stik and Air Compressor located in Adjacent Room.
34 CFM Poseidon Air Compressor
East Africa Diving, Zanzibar, Tanzania
Nitrox Stik, Nitrox Safety Valve and oxygen supply located
adjacent to compressor.
Nitrox on/off switch and Maxtec oxygen analyzer located on
Picture of Nitrox Fill Station. The fill whips hang from
the ceiling at tank valve height, making for
faster hookups with less bending.
My aching back appreciates this kind of thinking...
See in Sea
SCUBA, Honolulu, HI
Nitrox Wall showing Nitrox Stik, Nitrox Controller, Fill
Station, Oxygen Generation System, Oxygen Cylinders, and a bunch of Nitrox
A closer view of the Nitrox Wall.
OVH Dive Club, Haarlem, The
The Guys were meticulous about this installation.
Fill Panel, Nitrox Controller, and output Oxygen Analyzer.
Nitrox Stik and Solenoid Valves in adjacent, air
conditioned Compressor Room.
Oxygen cylinders for storage in a cabinet that is
separate from the oxygen in use. Storage cabinet is
vented to the outside.
Solenoid Control Valves in their own enclosure.
Stainless steel oxygen header connects to oxygen cylinder stored in
a separate cabinet.
On-service Oxygen cylinder in enclosed cabinet.
Cabinet is vented to the outside. Stainless steel oxygen
header connects through overhead to solenoid valves in compressor
Apparently their Dive Club also has a heated pool ... and a bar.
Big Island Divers,
Fill Station showing Nitrox Stik, Nitrox
Controller, Fill Whips, and Oxygen Analyzer at Compressor Output.
Controller While operating (33%), Operating
Instruction Placard posted next to Controller.
Oxygen Analyzer Mounted at Fill Station Monitoring
Compressor Output (Backlight on). The Short Hose 1st Stage
Regulator feeds the Sample Gas to the Analyzer at a Consistent 2.7
LPM. The 5 Foot Length of Tygon Tubing Allows the
Regulator to be Easily Moved from the Fill Station to a Scuba Tank
to Analyze its Contents.
Call Derek at (808) 392-8252 or email at
Derek@NitroxMadeEasy.com for more information.
More information about the Nitrox Controller is available at