GEAR REPAIR & SERVICE
Visual Inspection: Tanks must be visually inspected annually. A visual inspection requires that the internal surfaces be observed and the neck and threads of the tank be checked for cracks. Aluminum cylinders are subjected to a Visual Plus™ eddy current test as well as a visual check. T
Hydrostatic Test: Hydrostatic testing is done by off site and includes a visual inspection. Hydros are required by federal law every five years. Prior to hauling your tank off we will give it a preliminary visual check. If we feel the tank cannot pass we will not allow it to go to hydro, this save us time and you money.
Tank Cleaning: Cleaning of corrosion from the inside of tanks is a must for steel tanks and highly recommended for aluminum.
Gas Fills: Scuba Network is a full service fill station capable of filling tanks to meet the demands of all divers. We utilize partial pressure blending to mix gas and are able to custom blend any nitrox you desire. We always have banked oxygen and air. We request that you allow us some time to mix gas for you so we can give your fill our utmost attention, we will do our best to fill walk-ins in a timely fashion but cannot guarantee five minute fills in the middle of the season, please be patient with us we get real busy.
Regulator Service: Regulators are life support equipment and should be checked by a qualified technician annually. Scuba Network techs are certified by the manufacturers to work on all makes and models of regulators. We use top of the line parts and procedures during the service of your gear.
BCD Service: Your Buoyancy Compensator Device is the life support at the surface keeping you afloat and keeping you in trim beneath the waves. Annual service is recommended to keep your gear in top shape. Whether the inflator hoses, dump valves, alternate air gear, or bladder needs to be replaced or repaired, we service it and keep you diving safely.
Computer Service: service is typically simple, we check the voltage on the batteries, generally using the computers own power up self test. If they are low, we will change the batteries, and service the o-ring on the battery compartment. Some higher end units have potted batteries where the battery compartment is filled with a non-conductive gel to insure that flooding will not damage the electronics which must be sent out for service.
How Long Is This Going To Take?
Service times are typically as follows:
Regulators and BCD's 2 Weeks
Tanks VIP or Hydro 1 -3 Weeks
How Much Will it Cost to Rent? Scuba Network has an up to date fleet of rental gear. Our supply is limited and things go quickly during the season so come in early and check your gear out ASAP. Check the Rental Rates. HERE.