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Atomic SS1 Poppet Tool

The Atomic Aquatics SS1 Poppet Tool is designed to assist the technician in assembling the SS1 poppet, spring, tabbed bushing, and lever components. The tool also accommodates the removal and installation of the Inflator Seal Retainer and Inflation Stem.

With the poppet and spring installed inside the air barrel, thread the air barrel onto the tool until the air barrel touches the shoulder on the tool (figures 1 & 2). In this position, the tabbed bushing can be installed and aligned with the flats on the poppet stem. If the tabs on the bushing do not align with the notches in the air barrel, the bushing and poppet can be rotated to achieve alignment (top of figure 2). Push the bushing into the notches in the air barrel and unthread the tool until approximately three threads are exposed on the tool. After the tabbed bushing has been pushed completely onto the notches on the air barrel, the lever, washer, and nyloc nut can be easily installed onto the threaded end of the poppet (figs 3 & 4).

The upper end of the SS1 Poppet Tool is dimpled so that it does not touch the soft seat on the poppet. The opposite end of the tool is machined to accommodate removing the Seal Retainer and Inflation Stem. The tool is machined from 5/8" hex brass bar and can be captured in a vise to aid in the assembly process. Natural brass finish.


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Atomic First Stage T-Tool

The Atomic First Stage T-Tool combines three tools for the disassembly/assembly of the Ti 2 titanium and brass first stages. The illustrations show the basic tool functions.

Figure #1: The Pin Spanner Wrench is used to remove/install the HP Seat Retainer. The three drive pins index into any three holes in the retainer.

Figure #2: The Bushing Installation Tool is used to install the bushing components into the first stage body. The parts are stacked on the smallest diameter of the tool and then inserted into the body.

Figure #3: The opposite end of the tool cross tee is used to hold the bushing system in place while the piston assembly is inserted from the other side of the body. The center bore in the tool allows the piston bullet to pass through the bushing system and into the tool.

The end of the T-Tool is broached with a 3/8” square socket to accommodate using a 3/8” torque wrench thereby eliminating the need for the separate HP Cap Socket.

This tool comes packaged with a special Atomic Piston Bullet.


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Atomic Pin-Lok First Stage Tool

The Atomic Pin-Lok First Stage Tool provides a "scratch proof" method of separating the first stage body on both the titanium and chrome plated brass models.

The main body of the tool is machined from 2" acetal rod and the drive cap screws are solid nylon. These materials allow the swivel cap to be disassembled/assembled from the first stage body with no metal-to-metal contact between the tool and the first stage.

The head of the nylon cap screw is utilized as a thumb screw and only finger pressure is required to set the tool. The tips of the nylon cap screws are machined to index with any two opposite drive holes in the first stage swivel cap.


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Atomic Aquatics Packing Tool

Atomic Aquatics Packing Tool is designed to efficiently install MCG 111 ChristoLube into the ambient chamber of Atomic Aquatics first stages. The first stage should be clean and free of water before packing. The Packing Tool replaces the cap and swivel assembly during packing operations. Note: It is easier to install the trim ring onto the first stage body (after packing) if the yoke (DIN), yoke nut, and saddle are not installed. All other components should be installed in accordance with Atomic Aquatics assembly procedures.

Packing Procedures:

1. Fill the packing tool body with ChristolLube and
    insert plunger.
2. Remove the trim ring from the regulator body.
3. Push the tool assembly all the way onto the first
    stage body (ensure the O-ring is installed on the
4. Push the plunger on the tool to inject the
    lubricant into the first stage ambient chamber
    until the lubricant starts to exit all four ambient
    chamber ports.
5. Slide the trim ring over the tool and into the trim
    ring groove in the first stage body.
6. Install and tighten the first stage cap and swivel



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Atomic Second Stage T-Tool

The Atomic Second Stage T-Tool is designed to accommodate three functions involved in the disassembly/assembly of the Atomic Ti 2 second stage. These three functions are illustrated above.

Figure #1: Access to the AFC (Automatic Flow Control) components is accomplished by removing the outer cover. The tabs on the T-Tool index with the slots in the AFC cover and allow it to be removed and installed easily.

Figure #2: The orifice installation end of the T-Tool is used to "preposition" the orifice at the "approximate location" within the inlet tube. This setting is not the final adjustment. The precise location of the orifice is set during final "air on" adjustment procedures.

Figure #3: The poppet alignment installation tool controls the rotation of the poppet so that it will mate properly with the demand lever. In order for the poppet to pass the lever tabs, the lever must be elevated to its highest point (slightly beyond vertical)Insert the poppet into the tool as shown in Figure #3. Align the reference flat on the tool with the lever flat machined into the air inlet tube. Insert the poppet into the air inlet tube until it is fully installed. Lower the lever and retract the tool.


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Atomic Aquatics Cover/Rim Clamps

The Atomic Aquatics Cover/Rim Clamps are designed to dislodge a stuck diaphragm retaining cover/rim on Atomic Aquatics Ti/B2 & M1 second stages.

Note: The Ti2/B2 Rim Clamp has two ledges machined into opposite sides of the clamp. The square bottom ledge fits the Ti2 and the rounded ledge fits the B2.

The clamp is used by inserting the stuck rim into the clamp until the rim contacts the stop ledge. The clamp is then captured in a bench vise so that the split side of the clamp is inside the vise jaws. "Gently" tightening the vise jaws pinches the entire rim without distorting the case. The second stage body can then be used as leverage to unthread the rim without damage.

The clamps also have two self centering tabs machined into the side of the clamp opposite the split. The tabs index with the notches in the castle ring that retains the diaphragm assembly. The castle retaining ring can be easily removed/installed using this tool feature.

The clamp is machined from aluminum alloy and vibratory finished. Instructions included.


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Atomic M1 Rim Clamp


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