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Mountain High Transfiller Units

From $181.85 to $479.00
Model Description Part Number Price Buy
00GSE-1008-00MH TR-55 TRANSFILLER UNIT
13-03923
$181.85
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00GSE-1012-00TRC75C TRANSFILLING 2 FT KIT
13-03924
$440.00
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00GSE-1016-00MH TR-95B TRANSFILLER UNIT
13-03925
$479.00
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Transfiller Units

TR-55 00GSE-1008-00 Standard length 18 inches
The TR-55 is the most economical way to fill your cylinder. One side has a CGA-540 nut & nipple with an O-ring seal, while the other end is equipped with a large hand nut with bare nipple. This allows you to slowly and safely bleed the line so the fittings can be easily removed from the cylinder.

TR-75B 00GSE-1012-00 Standard length 24 inches
The TR-75b is our most popular personal transfiller. It is equipped with O-ring seals on both of the CGA-540 (oxygen) ends for a positive and air-tight fit by hand. A handy bleed valve is included to relieve the pressure in the system so that the fittings can be easily removed from the cylinder without damage to the O-ring seals.

TR-95B 00GSE-1016-00 Standard length 48 inches
The TR-95b is an economical transfilling system for soaring and flying clubs where many cylinders are serviced frequently. Both connecting ends have O-ring seals for a positive air-tight fit. The pressure/contents gauge shows how much oxygen remains in the master (rental) cylinder.
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