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Old 03-17-2023, 12:30 PM
airshawn58 airshawn58 is offline
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Originally Posted by gfb View Post
If you mean o2 cleaning and calibration of the system itself, reach out to the manufacturer of your system. They are the ones that should do this.

If you mean a fill, cylinder vip, o2 clean, or hydro, scuba shops are usually a good source for those services. Call around and I bet you can find one. Make sure to tell them what valve thread you have, you might need to provide an adapter. Northeast Scuba supply can make you just about any adapter you might need, once you hear from your local scuba shop on what valves they have.
Per: I reached out to Mountain High Oxygen -the manufacture- and have sent the canister/ w/regulator for hydrostatic and basic check-over. They quoted me and $95 for hydro and another $25 for reg. check out and about a 10 day turnover time. I think I'm all set. Great advice, thnx. sle
Airshawn58. Proud owner of N736S: RV7A, 180 Lycoming, CSP, injected. Combo gauges and dual Garmin G5s. Dues paid 3/15/23.
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Old 03-17-2023, 07:51 PM
BobTurner BobTurner is offline
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I guess itís a sign of the times. For the cost of the hydro test, plus two-way shipping, you could have just bought a new tank.
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