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SKU: 4952H33
Reg. Price: $349.95
Our Price: $299.90


Sherwood 100 cu ft. Aluminum Cylinder

  • Service Pressure 3300 PSI
  • Diameter 8.00 in.
  • Length 27.3 in.
  • Weight 46.2 lbs
  • Buoynacy FULL-7.8 lbs
  • Buoyancy 500psi-2.0 lbs

Free shipping is not given on these tanks due to weight.

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by Diver Down
on 3/10/2009
from Ocala, FL
Lots of Air for this ASP
OK so I admit it, I am an Air Sucking Pig.  But I am also a big guy so I have to figure that it is all relevant.  I bought this tank becasue I could fill it to 3300 psi and with an extra 20 cubic feet of air I am now at least finishing my dive at about the same time as my wife.  I also like the fact that it is negatively boyant by at least 5 pounds when empty.  Kind of like a steel tank without the rust!!!
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Question asked
on 10/27/2010
I was wondering what type of valve comes with this tank? What typr of regulator will it fit DIN or Yoke? Also is this tank really -3.0 at 500psi?
Answer by Bill
on 10/28/2010
Hello, Good questions, the tank is negatively buoyant at 500 PSI because it has so much aluminum that it weighs a bit more than a regular 80 cubic foot that is generally about 4 pounds positive at 500 psi. As far as valves go, it comes with a standard K valve that will work with a standard style regulator that has a yoke fitting, not a DIN which is a threaded male fitting that would fit into a female din style valve. We also have valves that allow for both yoke and DIN, so simply make your requests in the notes section after placing your order and we will take care of the rest. Thanks, Bill
Question asked
on 6/8/2011
I'm looking at getting my own tank and wonder if there is any advantage of having the 100cf over the 80cf cylinders. Other than the obvious, more air, i'm sure there are sacrafices.
Answer by Bill
on 6/8/2011
Hey There, The 100 has more air and tends to weigh more even when empty it stays in the negative 3 or 4 pounds as compared to the 80 cu ft which tends to be positive by about 3 pounds when air is lower than 500 psi. So, I would go with the 100 so I can wear less weight.
Question asked
on 6/8/2012
Can you use these tanks with Nitrox?
Answer by Bill
on 6/11/2012
out of the box you can but if you fill with air you would need to have them nitrox cleaned.
Question asked
on 11/2/2012
Does this tanks fitting work with the regulator in the package below that I'm considering? (Genesis Cobra BCD Yukon Reg Octo Scuba Gear Packages (X-Large, Add Regulator Bag, Yukon & S.K.O., 150ft Compact Console) Q) Thanks!!
Answer by Shawnna
on 11/6/2012
Yes it will. The tank come with a k valve to work with a yoke or din