- Hyper-balancing system
- Venturi system
- Anti-pressure drop pneumatic spring
Cressi Galaxy T10 Cromo Regulator
The Cressi Galaxy Cromo T10 Regulator is a top-of-the-line diving regulator designed for experienced and professional divers who prioritise performance, durability, and simplicity. This regulator shares the same mechanics as the T10-SC/Master but without the double stage, providing a streamlined and reliable option.
Equipped with a hyper-balanced diaphragm, the Galaxy Cromo T10 ensures consistent airflow even in challenging diving conditions. It features two high-pressure 7/16 UNF ports and four medium-pressure 3/8 UNF ports, offering versatility in hose configurations and accessory attachment.
The first stage incorporates a high-capacity conical filter made of chemically nickel-plated spherical bronze, effectively preventing contaminants from entering the system. The nozzle, constructed from durable AISI 316 steel, ensures longevity and corrosion resistance.
With a hyper-balancing system and an anti-pressure drop pneumatic spring, this regulator delivers optimal breathing performance. The stainless-steel calibration spring undergoes a micropeening treatment to enhance strength and resilience. The low-friction technopolymer slider shaft guarantees smooth operation, and the body protection in polyurethane thermoplastic adds durability.
The Galaxy Cromo T10 supplies a generous quantity of air, with a rate of 4500 l/min, ensuring divers have a reliable and consistent air supply during their dives. It is available in both INT and DIN versions, weighing 720 g and 602 g, respectively.
The Cressi Galaxy Cromo T10 Regulator embodies Cressi's commitment to engineering excellence and quality craftsmanship. Its high-performance features and durable construction make it a dependable choice for demanding divers, providing optimal breathing performance and reliability in various diving environments.
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- Rinse in freshwater after every use to remove silt and sand
- Keep stored away in a safe place
- Keep in a regulator bag
- Have serviced each year
- Keep dust cap on first stage when not on a tank
- Do not pick up by first stage when connected to the tank