1. Visual inspection: Noting hose arrangement & condition of hoses & regulator housings. Recording ID Serial numbers.
2. Intermediate & cracking pressures are checked.
3. Dismantle & clean all metal components in an ultrasonic cleaner & BIOX solution. They are then washed in hot water & dried & laid out for assembly or replacement.
4. All plastic & non metallic parts are thoroughly washed & cleaned in warm water & a mild detergent. They are then dried, & laid out for assembly or replacement.
5. All units are assembled with new “O” rings & any other parts that need replacement, using in moderation, the appropriate food grade silicon grease.
6. The intermediate & cracking pressures are set to the manufacturer’s specification.
7. A dry & a wet test are carried out, to ensure there are no leaks.
8. The unit is then pressurised for a time, & is monitored to ensure that there is no IP creep.
9. Although its not required as part of a standard service, here at ScubaSafe we also pressure test the HP & LP hoses using a purpose built test rig (pictured in our gallery page).
10. Finally, the regulator is personally tested & fine tuned in our on-site pool. The service is now completed & guaranteed - the regulator is returned to the customer.
Note: Specialist knowledge, materials & expertise is required for equipment that is to be used with O2 concentrations higher than 50%. See our O2 page for details.
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