Downloads

Follow the links below to view product videos and download Nuvair catalogs, brochures, and user manuals in PDF format. We have also compiled information on compressed gas production and the global COVID-19 pandemic.

You can also find tabs on individual that link you to documents specific to the equipment displayed on the product page, such as brochures, user manuals, and videos.

Should you need a hard copy of our product catalogs, please contact us and we will be happy to mail you a printed version.

Catalogs

Follow the Catalog Link to view or download one or more of our product catalogs. All versions are in PDF format. Catalog selection includes:

  • Nuvair Product Catalog
  • Nuvair Low Pressure Compressor Catalog
  • Nuvair Water Cooled Compressor Catalog
  • Fire & Industrial Air Catalog
  • Compressors for Paintball and Air Guns Catalog

User Manuals

Follow the User Manuals Link to view and download one or more of our user manuals. Manuals are divided into the following sections:

  • Nitrox Compressor User Manuals
  • High Pressure Compressor User Manuals
  • High Pressure Compressor Parts Manuals
  • Low Pressure Compressor User Manuals
  • Analyzer User Manuals
  • Engine & Motor Manuals for Nuvair Compressors
  • Other

COVID-19 Resources

The COVID-19 pandemic has had worldwide impacts on product shipping and component supplies. If you have expedited shipping requirements, please call the Nuvair sales department at +1.805.815.4044 to discuss available shipping options and product availability. We apologize for this inconvenience.

Nuvair has compiled a list of resources related to compressed gases and the COVID-19 pandemic. Please follow the links below to view related materials:

From DAN's COVID-19 FAQ Page:

If I run my compressor, is there a chance that the compressed air inside my cylinders could be contaminated? Can the new coronavirus get into my filled cylinders?

The new coronavirus is small enough to theoretically enter the compressor without being caught by the filters. The compressor will heat the air up to well above 150°F after each stage of compression. In addition, during each stage, the peak, instantaneous temperature due to near adiabatic heating that occurs during compression, can be at least 360°F (182°C) inside the cylinder, irrespective of whether the compressor is cold or warm. This will therefore occur multiple times. These temperatures are hot enough to eliminate infectivity. Therefore, no live virus should enter a scuba cylinder during filling. It can, however, enter a cylinder if the fill whip or cylinder valve is contaminated, such as by being touched by an infected person. For this reason, it is important to practice hand washing and disinfection of high-touch areas including cylinders and fill stations. For more information, see the “Heat” section of our article Disinfection of Scuba Equipment and COVID-19.