Atomic Aquatics turns attention to power inflators

Focuses on a maligned part of your kit

Author: Pat
16th June 2015
 

What are the components of your BCD power inflator made of? Chances are you haven’t given it much thought.

Atomic Aquatics has though – and they’ve concluded this integral part of kit deserves the attention to detail given to regulators or dive computers.

California-based Atomic is introducing the industry’s first high-performance BCD power inflators made from all-Titanium or Stainless Steel metals.

complement the company’s high-performance regulators

These inflators are designed to complement the Atomic Aquatics line of high-performance regulators.

Ai Power Inflators can be attached to any BCD with included adapters. The Ai series is designed with large, oversized buttons for convenient, smooth operation.

Atomic Ai Power Inflators will be available in two models: Titanium and Stainless Steel. The series is engineered to be ‘the best power inflators in the world’, using proven, corrosion-resistant materials, and feature trademark Atomic ‘wicked’ styling.

Paired with Atomic Titanium regulators, the Titanium Ai Power Inflator will give a diver an all-Titanium air system with the highest level of corrosion-resistance.

Much like the ST1 regulator, the Atomic Stainless Steel Ai Power Inflator offers nearly the same level of corrosion-resistance, at a lower cost.

Atomic Ai Power Inflators are now available in the USA. They are currently not certified for sale in Europe, so no European launch date has been confirmed.

 
 
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