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SERVICING Safety First

The Service Centre with KIRRA DIVE

Come and see our fully equipped Scuba Reair Service Department, Talk face to face with a Kirra Dive Technician. If you use your scuba regulator extensively or commercially, it should be serviced every six months or every 50 dives. This will entail bringing in your warranty in order to save money on parts and in some instances, labour (which is seldom included in the warranty). Kirra dive's servicing department services all makes and models of regulators and BCD's, no matter how old they are I’m sure we can help. A competent inspection will usually reveal whether or not your regulator or BCD is in need of an overhaul or a simple cleaning or tune-up. No amount of washing or careful use can entirely prevent your regulator from becoming out of tune. A simple tune-up will usually involve adjusting the first stage valve to the correct intermediate pressure, along with perhaps a second stage adjustment as well.

What We Service - Australian Standards have your safety in mine:
  • Hydrostatic Cylinder Servcing (FRP, Braised, Carbon, Aluminium, Steel, Fire Ext) 2030.7
  • O2 Cleaning to 100%
  • Pressure Testing - To 200 metres
  • Nitrox Blender and Air Fill Induction Courses available
  • Air Quaility Testing to AS1777 Standard -  testing C0, C02, Oil, H2O, O2
  • Computer Battery Replacment, repairs, pressure test
  • Eddy Current Testing - pre 1991 - Is one of many electromagnetic testing methods used in nondestructive testing (NDT) making use of electromagnetic induction to detect and characterise surface and sub-surface flaws in conductive materials.
  • LPG GAS 10 Year re-stamp and value tests

When your deep and its dark that last thing you need is a gear failure.
Bring your gear in for a safety check up, because when your in deep, who you going to trust? Kirra Dive Servicing department.

Rinse your gear in warm fresh water

  •     If you gear is under warranty get your paperwork first
  •     Speak to a technician for a quote
  •     Collect your "Safe to Dive Gear"