SCUBA diving regulators are integral pieces of Life Support Equipment
and should be serviced regularly.
Some regulator manufactures advise this period to be every year or every 50 dives. Some manufacturers advise every 100 dives or every 2 years. All of the regulators that we personally dive with are serviced at least once a year or sooner if we have had a good diving season.
When a regulator is serviced it is stripped to the bare bones. Every removable part is broken down and either set aside to be replaced or cleaned prior to re-assembly. The regulator is then rebuilt using only manufacturers service kits or replacement parts. O-rings are removed from hose ends and replaced with new once the hose ends have also been cleaned. Regulator servicing is a very thorough process. Once the regulators have been re-assembled they are tested both in and out of water to ensure that they come back to you ready to dive.
We offer the following services for regulators:
1st stage only
2nd stage only
1st and 2nd stages
1st, 2nd and Octo’s
1st stages Oxygen cleaned
We are an approved service center for the following manufacturers with our technicians attending specific manufacturers training course to ensure that we are fully up-to-date with all of the latest practices and techniques for servicing their regulators:
AP Diving, Apeks, Aqualung, Atomic, Beaver, Beuchat, Cressi-Sub, Dive-Rite Halcyon, Mares, Oceanic, Poseidon, Scubapro, Seac, Sherwood, Tigulio and Tusa.
If you have a regulator that is not on this list, please give us a call and we can advise whether or not it can be serviced, either by us or else-where.