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Apeks MTX R
Regulator 1st Stage
Questions & Answers
- Apeks MTX R
Diaphragm or Piston
Balanced or unbalanced
Material used in constructing the regulator's body, such as 'Marine-Grade Brass', 'Titanium', 'Stainless Steel', or 'Aluminum'
- Satin chrome
- Elastomer incorporates a formed chrome plated brass plate
Specifies if the regulator includes a seal to guard against dirt and freezing for reliable performance in demanding environments
- Over-moulded innovative end cap and environmental diaphragm.
Indicates whether the regulator is compatible with enriched air Nitrox, specifying the maximum oxygen percentage it can safely handle for diving
- Up to 40% O2
Cold water suitable
- 3 lb
- 1.36 kg (converted)
Type and number of ports
Valve connection type
Yoke or DIN tank connection
- Yoke and DIN
Low pressure ports
The number of low-pressure ports on the regulator, used for connecting hoses to the primary and alternate air sources, BCD inflator, and other dive accessories
High pressure ports
The number of high-pressure ports on the regulator, designed for connecting submersible pressure gauges (SPGs), transmitters for air-integrated dive computers, and other high-pressure monitoring devices
A rotating mechanism for flexible hose routing and diver comfort
- Combining rugged, military grade engineering with the super-smooth breathing experience that Apeks regulators are renowned for, the MTXRC is the regulator that dives your way. Featuring the same freeze-resistant technology enjoyed by the whole MTX-R range, the MTX-RC resists freeflows in even the coldest temperatures, while offering the user the additional flexibility to dial it up for a comfortable breath in less extreme environments. All this is achieved using an innovative first stage design that protects the regulator from freezing and a full set of user controls on the second stage to adjust the breathing performance based on the diver’s individual needs.