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ATOMIC M1 REGULATOR DIN GRAY
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Description

Atomic M1 Features

  • State-of-the-Art Metals for Extreme Diving Situations
  • High Strength, Corrosion-Resistance and Oxygen Compatibility
  • NITROX Ready for Mixtures Up to 50% or Oxygen Mixes to 80% Out-of-the-Box
  • Engineered by Atomic for Specialty Diving the M1 has Expanded Performance Range
  • 3/8" Threaded 32" (81.3 cm) Low Pressure Hose
  • Weight: 2.3lbs (1,030g)
  • Owner's Manual
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • First-Stage:
  • Chrome Plated Brass and 316-Grade Stainless Steel
  • Balanced Flow-Thru Piston Design
  • Atomics Jet Seat High-Flow Piston
  • Exclusive High-Pressure Piston Seal System is Self-Lubricating
  • Self-Lubricating for Low Friction and Low Maintenance
  • No Sharp Edges: Conical Seat and Blunt-End Piston
  • Precision Machined from an Extremely Strong Aerospace Specification Seat Material
  • Most Reliable Seat System in the Industry
  • Seat System: 2-Years or 300 Dives w/o Service
  • Freeze Protected with Factory-Sealed First-Stage
  • Freeze Protected: Prevents Contamination, Silt and Sand
  • 2 High-Pressure (HP) 7/16" Ports
  • 5 Low-Pressure (LP) 3/8" Ports
  • LP Port Swivel Turret for Ease of Hose Routing
  • Second-Stage:
  • Balanced Linear Flow Design
  • Pneumatically-Balanced Poppet Second-Stage
  • Built-to-Last:
    Zirconium Plated Brass Demand Valve Body
    Titanium Lever and Sealing Orifice
    High Quality Silicone Rubber Diaphragm
    Atomics Patented Seat Saving Dynamic Orifice
  • Unique Diaphragm Activated Vain Automatically Controls the Flow and VENTURI-Effect
  • New High-Flow 2'nd-Stage Case & Magnum Lever Design: Significantly-Lowers Breathing Effort
  • Optimum Breathing Resistance at All-Depths
  • Rapid Adjustment Knob for Rare Special Situations
  • Designed for Cold Water Diving:
    Thermal Heat Sink
    Improved Super-Dry Exhaust Valve
  • Surge Protected Second Stage Cover for High Current Scenarios
  • Dual Silicone Comfort Fit Mouthpiece with Tear-Resistant Bite Tabs
  • Super-Wide Exhaust Deflector to Disperse Bubbles for Enhanced Visibility

Atomic Aquatics M1 Regulator
Why Monel?
The M1 employs state-of-the-art metals specifically chosen for extreme diving situations. Monel parts are used internally in the first stage for high strength, corrosion-resistance and oxygen compatibility. 316 Stainless Steel, multi-layer Zirconium coated Brass, and Titanium are used throughout the second stage. The M1 valve body is Zirconium/Nickel over Brass and the seat saving orifice is Stainless Steel.

Designed For Challenging Conditions
Engineered by Atomic for specialty diving – rec or tech
The M1 has an expanded performance range to meet almost any diving condition imaginable, whether Recreational or Technical. Accomplished specialty divers will appreciate this regulator designed to fulfill virtually any need or diving scenario. The M1 is built on the same platform as the world acclaimed T3 and B2 regulators.

First Stage:

Factory ready for Nitrox to 50% or oxygen mixes to 80% when special guidelines are followed
First stage materials are chrome plated Brass for the body and Monel for key internal components
Atomic Jet Seat high-flow piston first stage
Freeze protected factory-sealed first stage also prevents contamination such as silt and sand
First stage ports: 2 HP fixed / 5 LP on swivel cap

Second Stage:
Designed for cold water diving featuring thermal heat sink and improved super-dry exhaust valve
Second stage components are made of precision machined Brass with Zirconium plating and Titanium
Patented Atomic Seat Saving Orifice
Patented Atomic Automatic Flow Control (AFC)
A new high-flow second stage case lowers breathing effort at any depth from shallow water to beyond the limits
Rapid adjustment knob for manual second stage de-tuning in special situations
Surge protected second stage front cover for high current scenarios
Super-wide exhaust deflector to disperse bubbles for enhanced visibility
Dual silicone comfort fit mouthpiece with tear-resistant bite tabs
2 year/300 dive service interval
Limited Lifetime Warranty – not contingent on proof of service

Here are some important answers to frequent questions regarding Atomic regulators...

What is Natural Breathing?

Atomic Aquatics has achieved what no other manufacturer has in a high-performance regulator – Natural Breathing. All Atomic regulators breathe with a natural and controlled air delivery sensation at any depth or breathing rate. Inhalation on the surface will feel the same as it does during your deepest dive. This is in part due to the AFC (Automatic Flow Control) employed in our second stages. This patented innovation is a simple device that adjusts the airflow automatically to compensate for the effects of depth. Atomic Aquatics regulators are the smoothest breathing regulators available...period.

What are the diving benefits of Titanium?

First, it is unbelievably lightweight which reduces stress during your dive and makes it a perfect travel regulator. Second, Titanium has no equal for corrosion resistance which means more safety, reliability and repeatable performance. And finally, its beautiful appearance stands apart from any other regulator.

Unparalleled light weight means less stress

In our mission to invigorate the diving experience, the first priority is on reducing stress – travel stress, gearing-up stress, jaw-clinch stress. The best way is to use the lightest material possible. But light weight must never compromise strength or durability. Titanium is the perfect solution. When you hold a Titanium Atomic regulator in your hand, you immediately realize the difference from other regulators. That means less stress for you from packing your gear bag, to donning, to even the final minutes of a long dive.