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Breathing Air, Enriched Air Nitrox, Trimix, Heliox & Oxygen fills are available from a state of the art gas mixing facility upto a maximum pressure of 300 Bar. All cylinders presented for filling must conform to current HSE standards with regards to testing and labelling. 

​We reserve the right to refuse to fill cylinders if they do not meet current HSE regulations or you are unable to prove appropriate certification level for the gas mixture required.

  • Air fills available upto 300 Bar

  • Enriched Air (Nitrox) available from 22% to 99%

  • 100% Oxygen available upto 200 Bar

  • Trimix & Heliox blends available

  • State of the art gas mixing facility

  • Air quality exceeds HSE requirements of BS EN12021

  • Gas Blending courses available

Scuba Diving Cylinder Filling Panel

Enriched Air (Nitrox) Fills​

 

Enriched Air fills are available from 22% upto 99%. As partial pressure blending is used for enriched air fills, all cylinders presented for enriched air must be in current oxygen service & appropriately labelled. 

Enriched Air may only be obtained by those that have the relevant qualification for the blend requested with proof of certification being required.

Prices below based on 232 Bar Cylinders. Please contact us for a price if your required blend is not listed in the table below.

Enriched Air Fills (Per Cylinder)

Oxygen

 

Oxygen is available upto 200 bar. All cylinders presented for Oxygen filling must be in current test, oxygen service & correctly labelled. Oxygen may only be obtained by those that have the relevant qualification with proof of certification being required.

Please contact us for a price if your required cylinder size is not listed in the table below. Priced listed below are per cylinder.

Air, Nitrox & Trimix Fills

Trimix Fills 

 

All cylinders presented for Trimix blends must be in current test, oxygen service & correctly labelled. Trimix may only be obtained by those that have the relevant qualification with proof of certification being required.

Helium is charged at 3.5p per litre and oxygen at 1.5p per litre; there is also a charge of £2.50 for the air top off (per cylinder). 

Please contact us for a quote.

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