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Faber Cylinders are appreciated worldwide by those scuba divers who choose steel tanks for their aqua-lung. Faber Cylinders for scuba diving are manufactured from steel plates to ensure light tanks with the right buoyancy. If you are already using steel tanks when diving you don't need to be convinced about the advantages of steel. Just make sure that next time you purchase a tank the FABER stamp is on it. If you are not using steel cylinders, try to use one and you will soon realize what you have been missing.

Faber can offer you the most comprehensive range of cylinders for Scuba Diving. Every year we produce and sell around the world 100,000 cylinders for scuba diving (out of 600,000 in total). No other manufacturer in the world can match our capabilities and the breadth of our range. Browse our Catalog and find the cylinders you need. More technical information about Faber Cylinders for Scuba Diving are available by Calling US Water Rescue / MT DIVE TECH.
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Faber Steel Cylinder Low Pressure 12CF Faber Steel Cylinder Low Pressure 19CF Faber Steel Cylinder Low Pressure 27CF Faber Steel Cylinder Low Pressure 50CF Faber Steel Cylinder Low Pressure 85CF
Faber Steel Cylinder Low Pressure 95CF Faber Steel Cylinder Low Pressure 108CF Faber Steel Cylinder Low Pressure 120CF Faber Steel Cylinder Low Pressure 71CF Faber Steel Cylinder Low Pressure 100CF
Faber Steel Cylinder High Pressure 23CF Faber Steel Cylinder High Pressure 15CF Faber Steel Cylinder High Pressure 80CF Faber Steel Cylinder High Pressure 117CF Faber Steel Cylinder High Pressure 120CF
Faber Steel Cylinder High Pressure 133CF Faber Steel Cylinder High Pressure 149CF
   
 
Standards and regulations of all countries require the name of the manufacturer, or its code, or its symbol, to be stamped on the dome of the cylinders. All the cylinders produced by Faber Industries for scuba diving are stamped FABER. Only in the US are some of them stamped M8303 which is the DOT code for Faber.

Next time you purchase a cylinder look for FABER stamp on it. If you do not purchase cylinders, but you just use them for your diving, you too should become familiar with FABER stamping on the cylinders. Looking after and maintaining well a cylinder stamped FABER will bring you many years of use safely.
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