How often should dive regulators be serviced?

How often should I have my scuba regulator serviced?

Dive Rite recommends that you service your regulators every 2 years or every 100 hours. Regulators should only be serviced by Certified Dive Rite Regulator Technicians. Use our Dealer Locator to find your local dealer and inquire if they have certified technician on staff.

How much does it cost to service a dive regulator?

Scuba Regulator Repair

Annual Regulator Service (Plus Parts) $59.95
Annual BCD Service (Plus Parts) $19.95
Annual BCD with Octo Service (Plus Parts) $29.95
Bladder Repair (Up to 3 Small Holes) $50.00
Computer Battery Replacement (Most Models) $19.95

How often should scuba equipment be serviced?

Most manufacturers still require that their gear is serviced annually, or after 80 to 100 dives, whichever comes first. Some other manufacturers though, particularly those that produce higher-end regulators, require servicing less often since their products are remarkably durable.

Can you service your own dive regulator?

When we’re finished, you still won’t be able to service your own regulator, but you’ll have a much better appreciation for the training and skill of the professional repair technician who knows how to take the puzzle apart and put it back together again in perfect working order.

How do I service my BCD?

Check for Leaks — Partially inflate your BCD and put it in the rinse tank. Move the BCD around and put a little pressure on it. See if you can see any bubbles escaping. Mark the location of any leak, allow the BCD to dry, then repair with McNett Aquaseal or by Scuba Doctor Service and Repairs.

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How much does it cost to service a dive tank?

The cost to service a regulator is usually $38 per stage, plus parts. Most regulator sets cost around $160 – $200 for a complete service.

How do you maintain regulators?

It’s very important to keep your regulators dry on the inside and outside when storing them. Your regulators obviously get wet during a dive and while you wash them but you need to let them dry thoroughly but not in direct sunlight as this can cause parts to discolour and deteriorate at a faster rate.