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Welcome to the oxygen section

 Find Oxygen Regulators at  Link to Oxygen gauges page

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Seen in situ right inside a B24 Liberator.

 

B17. B24. P47. Oxygen tank (pg 1 oxy)

This is an original oxygen tank as used in the B17 Flying fortress and the B 24 Liberator in nice original condition still has stencilled information on the tank please enlarge the pictures to see a better view. 

I believe this tank was also used by the P 47 thunderbolt and possibly other US aircraft.

£225

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Out of stock more wanted contact me

Hurricane Oxygen Economiser (pg 1 oxy)

This is a nice wartime original oxygen economiser, undamaged with its original oxygen hose and fitting. What makes this extra special is that the mountings are original Hurricane parts which are in good condition usually a generic piece and impossible to attribute to a specific type the presence of stamped Hurricane brackets means this piece was definitely fitted to a Hurricane

Seen in situ in Spitfire nos 65 under.

Spitfire Oxygen Valve 1 (pg1oxy)

An original Early Spitfire oxygen valve in excellent condition a very rare piece. Mounted on the RHS of the cockpit and used to turn the pilots oxygen supply on and off. Mk VIII matches the Mk VIII oxygen regulator available in the instruments section.

 

£275

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BF 109 Luftwaffe oxygen valve (pg1 oxy)

This is an oxygen valve purchased on our trip to Arnhem it was taken from a BF 109 but I believe they were also used in other German wartime fighters as we have another taken from a FW 190 also used in the ME 262 . Fitted on the RHS of the cockpit and allowed the pilot to control the flow of oxygen from the main oxygen tank to the oxygen regulator .In nice original condition. It is slightly different to the one taken from the FW 190 and appears to be missing the knob .


£275

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FW 190 Luftwaffe oxygen valve (pg1 oxy)

This is an oxygen valve purchased on our trip to Arnhem it was taken from a FW190 but I believe they were also used in other German wartime fighters .

Fitted on the RHS of the cockpit and allowed the pilot to control the flow of oxygen from the main oxygen tank to the oxygen regulator .In nice original condition complete with the knob which still turns. The knob has some damage see pictures.

Seen in situ under in a FW 190 cockpit


£325

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FW 190 Luftwaffe oxygen valve 2 (pg1 oxy)

This is an oxygen valve as used in the FW190 but I believe they were also used in other German wartime fighters .

Fitted on the RHS of the cockpit and allowed the pilot to control the flow of oxygen from the main oxygen tank to the oxygen regulator .In good original condition complete with the knob which still turns.

Seen in situ under in a FW 190 cockpit


£395

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FW 190 Luftwaffe oxygen valve 3 (pg1 oxy)

This is an oxygen valve as used in the FW190 but I believe they were also used in other German wartime fighters .

Fitted on the RHS of the cockpit and allowed the pilot to control the flow of oxygen from the main oxygen tank to the oxygen regulator .This is just the shell and does not have any of the connectors or the knob on the top but it is in really good condition


£275

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BF109e Oxygen Regulator (pg1 oxy)

Here we have a Oxygen Regulator as used in the BF109. This is in good original condition with no significant damage.

It is dated 1940 in two different places so it was probably used during the Battle of Britain.

 This is a Type 10-20B with reference number FL 30402 and was manufactured by Dragerwerk, Lubeck

By far the most-produced fighter ever (over 33,000 estimated), the Bf 109 served actively in various air forces around the world from the mid-1930s until the mid-1950s. Small, agile, and well-armed, it proved a serious weapon in the hands of an experienced pilot.

Perhaps the most noteworthy of the many versions of the Bf 109 was the Bf 109E, which ruled the skies over Europe until mid-1940 when it first encountered the Supermarine Spitfire

Seen in situ under in a BF 109e cockpit


Reserved

Oxygen Connector for Bf110 (pg1 oxy)

Here we have an oxygen connector as used in the Gunners oxygen system of the BF 110  as well as other German wartime aircraft.

This part is stated as being a dust control for membrane lung. Its reference number is FL30517

Seen in Situ Below on Oxygen System



£75

Oxygen Outboard Connector (pg1 oxy)

Here we have an oxygen connector as used in the oxygen system of Luftwaffe aircraft

This part is stated as being a Outboard Connector, Fully . Its reference number is FL30506


£45

£45

 

Oxygen Bottle T-Piece (pg1 oxy)

Here we have the T-Piece for an oxygen bottle in the Finnish Made Valmet Vihuri trainer. This would have been inserted into the top of the oxygen bottle.

The Vihuri aircraft became the most-used aircraft in FAF service by the mid-1950s. The aircraft was subject to many accidents, and the press raised a lot of concerns about these. The safety of the Vihuri even became a matter for the government. In May 1959, the aircraft was permanently grounded after the death of the Finnish prime minister's son in the aircraft type. Attempts were made to sell the aircraft to Tunisia, without success.

After the inspection, it became apparent that the type and its design was sound; most of the accidents were due to pilots' often grave flight-regulations violations, and the fact all airframes were well worn by the end of the 1950s. The other problem was the engines. The engines used, Tampella Mercury, were recycled engines of wartime Bristol Blenheim bombers, which were already thoroughly worn out. The planes were sold for scrap to Moser OY. One airframe, VH-18, survives in the Central Finland Aviation Museum, and the fore fuselage of another, VH-25, is being restored. The canopies of the scrapped aircraft remain today as the roof windows of the Kuusakoski metal-recycling plant in Espoo.

There was only a total of 51 Vihuri's built in 3 different series

 Valmet Vihuri

We Have 2 of these Available

Oxy valve 6D/264 (pg1 oxy)

Makes a good substitute to the valve in a Spitfire cockpit RHS (see cockpit drawings in reference section). We only have a few used ones left. They are in good working condition, just not as shiny as the one in the picture.

£65

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 Squadron Leader Foit Emil 310Sdr

310 Squadron Hurricane being rearmed.

Hawker Hurricane oxygen cradle (page1 oxy)

310 Squadron Pilots

Pilot's oxygen bottle cradle from Hawker Hurricane Z2505 - an important piece of his kit that would have mounted behind the pilot's seat. In relic condition (three bolts are holding it together for the photo where the original rivets have failed) this item could be improved with some TLC and make a fascinating exhibit, especially if you have a bottle to put in it!  Hawker Aircraft stamps are present on the cradle. 

 Hurricane Z2505 was flown by Squadron Leader Foit Emil when it caught fire and crashed on a training flight over Loch Oich lake on 31st of August 1941. RAF Czech 310  Fighter  Squadron. He bailed to safety.

£175

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Spitfire Oxygen Bottle (pg1oxy)

Very nice condition wartime oxygen bottle. This is the main supply for the pilot and fitted in Spitfire's, Hurricanes and other RAF Wartime fighter's.

Marked with an air ministry crown. Dated 1942 with a later date of 1945 showing that this was in use from 42 to 45. Seen under the bottles fitted in a Mk V and Mk II Spitfire.

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£Out of Stock

Surface delivery ONLY outside mainland UK

Oxygen Economiser Ground test

Wartime ground testing unit for oxy economisers.

A/M 6C/353

£25

 

Connector

Mint wartime connector ,used to connect oxy mask to oxy supply in the cockpit.

A/M 6D/526

N/A

Basket for oxy bottle (pg1 oxy)

A very rare item, this is basket for holding the oxy bottles used by aircrew in bombers when moving around the aircraft. Used extensively in Lancaster's and other heavy bombers

N/A

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Air Bottle(pg1oxy)

Used in many RAF Aircraft for operating the pneumatic systems for guns and undercarriage ect. The Gun button of early Spitfires and Hurricanes were simply air valves, when depressed they allowed air stored in the bottle (supplied by the compressor on the Merlin) to flow to the guns making them fire. The flaps of the Spitfire were also lowered using air.

£175

Overseas surface delivery only sorry.

Luftwaffe CO2 tank 2 (pg1 oxy)

£200

Overseas surface delivery only sorry.

Luftwaffe CO2 tanks (pg1oxy)

Here are CO2 tanks as used in I believe a variety of WWII German aircraft in nice original condition one still has a valve attached.

£220

Portable Oxygen Bottle (pg1 oxy)

Used by aircrew in bombers ect to enable them to move around the aircraft. Sorry UK only due to shipping regulations 

N/A

 

 

 

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Stirling Mk III BK657 Oxygen Manifold (page 4 relics 2)

Here we have a Mk. 1.A Oxygen Manifold. Ref No: 6D/515

This is in good condition for a crash relic and you can clearly see the Reference number and the Air Ministry Crown

See This in our Relics Section

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