Below is a table that shows how often your Dive Cylinder or Surface Cylinder should be serviced.
However, it is suggested that if your equipment has been in storage, not used for a while or you have purchased second-hand equipment, it is recommended that you get the serviced before use to ensure they are in good working condition and are safe to use.
Also, if your cylinder has been left with no air in it at all, it is a high recommendation that it is checked over before use, to ensure that moisture, dust, and other contaminants has not entered the cylinder.
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Your cylinder may be looked after and look fine on the out side, but sometimes unseen damage and contaminants can build up inside.
Sometimes the cylinder valves can collect debris over time, this can, in turn, damage your gun if used for air rifles, or your regulators if used for diving.
The different cylinders and their test dates:
European standards mean that the testing dates and standards are regularly changing. Always ensure that your cylinder(s) is in test to avoid disappointment from being refused a fill by a dive centre because it is out of date.
For a DIVING Cylinder, you will needed it checked;
For an AIR GUN Cylinder, you will needed it checked;
For an INDUSTRIAL Cylinder, you will needed it checked;
For a PAINTBALL Cylinder, you will needed it checked;
Need an air fill? We are able to fill cylinders with Air, Nitrox and Trimix Fills up to 300Bar. For more information on air fills click here.
Want to know what is involved?
Take a look at our service technician test a cylinder!