Air fills

  • Fills up to 300 bar.

  • Charge a fixed rate for 200 bar, up to 12L cylinder.

  • Cylinders larger than 12L, carry a surcharge.

  • 300 bar fills carry a surcharge.


  • Nitrox, Tri-mix, Heli-ox and Oxygen fills

  • Fills up to 200 bar.

  • Charged according to the volume of additional gasses required. (Cost per litre)

  • Any fills containing additional oxygen require cylinders that have been oxygen cleaned.

  • Regulators for gas mixtures containing more than 40% oxygen need to be oxygen cleaned.


  • We are busy with a gas blending calculator. This will be available for all divers that blend their own gas, or who want to know what gases are required for their custom gases.

    Please note: a lot of the gas blending programs on the market do not give the correct mixtures required.

    ALL FILLS OTHER THAN AIR MUST BE ANALYSED AND SIGNED FOR ON COLLECTION. WE ACCEPT NO RESPONSIBILITY ONCE GASES ARE COLLECTED. GASES THAT ARE NOT ANALYSED BY THE PERSON COLLECTING THE GAS, ARE DEEMED TO BE CORRECTLY FILLED.
     
    Most divers use Air for diving. Other gasses do not allow the gas to last longer; they make a difference on No Decompression Limits, decompression times and Narcotic effect on the diver.

    Air fills contain the same air you breathe normally. Moisture, odours and dust is removed when pumping.

    Nitrox mixtures allow longer No Decompression Limits and contain additional oxygen in the mixture. Standard mixtures are Nitrox I = to 32% oxygen and Nitrox II = 36% oxygen.

    Most fill stations that offer pre-blended Nitrox, offer Nitrox I and II mixtures. Nitrox is any mixture containing more than 21% oxygen.

    Basic Nitrox courses cater for mixtures up to 40% oxygen.

    Advanced Nitrox courses cater up to 100% oxygen, including decompression diving.

    Tri-mix gases contain the above with Helium to replace Nitrogen to reduce narcosis.
     
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