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Divers tank

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by andyhawkx3, Mar 20, 2008.

  1. andyhawkx3

    andyhawkx3 Major Poster

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    My air tank, is out of test, whats the going rate to have it retested?
     
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    I've heard around about the £50 mark. But It's four and a half years before I'll know for sure.

    Try looking on google or yell for shops that will do it.
     
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    Mine was £17 just before Xmas Andy.
     
  4. littlescoot

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    very cheap bargain infact as ur not needing it done for another five years
     
  5. sharpshooterpete

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    mine was £25, that covers testing, refilling and replacing anything faulty.
     
  6. Rockabilly

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    cant go wrong at that price
     
  7. littlescoot

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    is it round bout 19- 35 pound range for the bottle when it comes to the five year test as we hav been told it will be in the region of 50+
     
  8. simply james

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    mine was £20 at the newcastle divers shop,that was 2 years ago when i had pcs,get a springer and save your pennys.
     
  9. andyhawkx3

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    Thank you all very much...now gotta go, talk nice to the missis:D
     
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    Apparently Newcastle Dive Centre have stopped charging/certifying bottles that are used for air rifles because the boss there doesn't agree with it.

    We've been told to go to AquaNorth on the Coast Rd / Chillingham Rd.
     
  11. andyhawkx3

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    Don't tell them, you are a Air gunner, tell them you are, bringing it in for a friend, that (little white lie) dives;)
     
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    Could do, I'm not gonna worry about it though, AquaNorth seem really good. And it's four and a half years before we'll need them to certify the bottle.
     
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    problem solved
     
  14. Buzz

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    Hey guys, don't forget it's a different set of rules for testing if the bottle is capable of being used for diving as tested. As well as the 5 year hydraulic test and visual inspection theres's also a 2 year (I think) visual test needed.
    This is according to our local dive shop anyway.<!-- / message -->
     

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