MC9/XS COMPACT+Compact Octo+mini SPG - Cressi
MC9 / XS Compact Regulator + Compact Octopus + Console 2 Pressure & Depth Gauge Cressi
This premiere travel regulator packs maximum performance into minimum space.
A true featherweight second stage, the Compact is built from lightweight techno-polymers to eliminate jaw fatigue.
Easy to pack and easy to dive, the Compact includes dive/pre-dive Venturi switch
for managing freeflow and maximizing performance at depth.
TECHNICAL FEATURES 1ST STAGE
- Balanced diaphragm (seal chamber for MC9SC)
- 2 outlets HP 7/16 UNF
- 4 outlets MP 3/8 UNF
- Service pressure: 300 bar (4350 psi) DIN version,
232 bar (3365 psi) Yoke version
- Calibration pressure: 10 Bar
- Brass body Electroless Nickel plated
- High capacity conical filter electroless nickel plated
- Aisi 316 removable nozzle
- Anti-pressure drop pneumatic spring
- Setting spring: stainless steel with micropeening treatment
- Replaceable cylinder with anti-friction
and anti-corrosion properties
- Elastomer protector
- Flow rate: 4500 l/min
- Yoke version weight: 590 gr
- Din version weight: 450 gr
TECHNICAL FEATURES 2ND STAGE
- Downstream system
- Adjustable venturi effect
- Patented antifriction lever
- Big purge button
- Anti-scratch surface
- Bayonet-type cap holder with security lock
- Removable exhaust tee without tools
- Weight without hose: 135 gr
- Average Cracking effort 6 mbar
- Average breathing effort 1 J/l
JACKETED HOSE extremely light and flexible weight: 153 gr
Mini SPG w/Rubber Housing (Bar)
The Cressi mini pressure gauge is a small, light-weight gauge that has been specifically designed to avoid excessive strain on the HP hose that connects to the first stage of the regulator.
The instrument has a metal case in chromium plated brass and is therefore extremely strong.
The front glass is made so that it also acts as a pressure relief valve.
In the event of a sudden increase in pressure inside the instrument, the glass rises slightly, allowing the excess pressure to escape.
The luminescent dial is calibrated up to 350 BAR in the metric version and 5000 PSI in the imperial one.
The area below 50 BAR is highlighted in red, the one between 50 and 200 is green and that from 200 to the end of the scale is light blue.
The instrument is housed in a small, modern shaped console, made from polycarbonate and desmopan, two materials that guarantee protection from shocks and scratches and which, at the same time, are very light. In the upper part of the protective shell there is a loop for fastening the instrument to the jacket so that it does not hang down with the risk of catching and damaging the environment.