Scuba Courses offers a full equipment servicing & repairs service, using the expertise of the industry’s leading IDEST approved technicians. All work is carried out to manufacturer’s specifications using genuine parts by manufacturer and ASSET trained servicing personnel.

Servicing times do vary, but we aim to have your equipment serviced & returned to you within 2 weeks. Please advise us in advance should you require a faster turn around time.

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Note: All of the above prices are a general guideline only.  Actual cost may differ depending on the work & parts required. In circumstances where the cost is significantly different from the prices shown here. we will contact you for authorisation before proceeding with any work.

Frequently asked questions

How Often Should Dive Cylinders Be Tested?

All cylinders designed to be used for Scuba Diving require Hydrostatic testing every 5 years with an incremental visual inspection every 2.5 years. Cylinders would therefore be tested every 2.5 years, alternating between a hydrostatic test & visual inspection.

What Is Oxygen Service & How Long Does It Last?

If a cylinder is to be used for Enriched Air (Nitrox), Trimix or Oxygen then it must be in Oxygen service. Oxygen cleaning ensures that cylinders are free from contaminants and are compatible with high pressure oxygen to reduce the risk of fire or explosion. An oxygen service currently lasts for 15 months. Please note that if you suspect that your cylinder may have become contaminated within that timeframe it is important that you have it re-cleaned.

How Can I Tell If My Cylinder Is In Test?

When a cylinder has been tested it must be stamped with the date it was tested and marked to indicate the date of the next test. The location of the stamp should be on the shoulder of the cylinder and would typically show the test station identity mark followed by the test year and month. This may be followed by the letter 'V' if the test was a visual inspection. The next test due date, can be marked in different ways, but typically this is shown on an adhesive label with the year and month of the next test punched out.

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