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skidiver
11-16-2007, 15:35
Hi folks,

I have a potential lead on two Norris HP 100 steel tanks. They are hot-dipped galvanized, DIN valves, two years old (so hydro is current but they'll need a visual).

Are these good tanks? I'm not very familiar with Norris (as compared to Worthington, Faber, etc.).

Also, my reg is yoke. Is it possible/easy to use an adapter with these tanks, or will I need to convert my reg?

Puffer Fish
11-16-2007, 15:53
Hi folks,

I have a potential lead on two Norris HP 100 steel tanks. They are hot-dipped galvanized, DIN valves, two years old (so hydro is current but they'll need a visual).

Are these good tanks? I'm not very familiar with Norris (as compared to Worthington, Faber, etc.).

Also, my reg is yoke. Is it possible/easy to use an adapter with these tanks, or will I need to convert my reg?

I have been told that they are heavy, but cannot find any numbers.. Don't know which DIN valve they have, but the odds are you can put an insert in them and use your reg (but some are too big for the yoke to fit).

They do hold air...but beyond that, don't know.