Scuba Cylinder Testing
Australian standards require all scuba cylinders to be tested annually. If your tank is out of test it will not be filled by scuba shops. Sometimes your tank may also require brushing, rumbling, etc. In order to keep your tank in good condition and minimize testing costs you should only fill your tank at a reputable dive shop.
We recommend that Cylinder valves are serviced every two years. If you dive frequently (approx. 100 dives per year), you may want to have to have your cylinder valve serviced every 12 months.
Scuba Cylinder O2 Cleaning
Is your cylinder a Nitrox cylinder? Do you know that if at any point you get it filled using standard air you will have compromised your cylinder’s Nitrox status?
If that is the case or perhaps that you have purchased a cylinder that you need to use as a Nitrox cylinder, drop it into us. We will have the cylinder washed to remove any traces of hydrocarbons, as well as fully servicing, over-hauling, and replacing all the o-rings of the valve with Nitrox compatible o-rings.
To guarantee that you have your cylinder filled with Nitrox compatible (clean air) make sure that you have it filled at Go Dive.
Aluminium Scuba Cylinder Safety Alert
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Costs assosiated with Tank testing
Hydrosatic Test Scuba Tank
$70 inc Air fill and O'rings
Hydrosatic Test Non-Scuba Tank
$90 inc Air fill and O'rings
Tank Valve Service
$35 + Parts
02 Clean Tank Valve
$35 + Parts
Sand Blast Scuba Tank
02 Clean Tanks
Air fill Discount Cards
$10/fill with a 10 fill card
Nitrox Fill top up(32% Banked)
$15 for fill (tank must be over 150bar)
Nitrox Fill (32% Banked)
$25 for fill
Nitrox Fill (other than 32% Banked)
$25 handling fee and $0.05 p/ltr of O2
Nitrox Discount Cards (32% Banked)
$16.50/fill with a 10 fills card