Air Gun Charging Cylinders require hydrostatic testing (hydro) and valve service every 5 years from the date of manufacture or if a visual test date has been missed. To meet the regulations for being an Air Gun Charging Cylinder, the cylinder valve must be a surface use valve, ie must include gauge and pressure bleed. Scuba cylinders which are used with an air gun charging adapter will fall under the same regulations as scuba cylinders, as they “can” be used underwater, even if this is not what you are using it for.
Our technicians are also well versed in the repair and maintenance of the full high-pressure charging systems for air guns. If your air gun charging system needs new valves or gauge fitting, then our team can help. The team have a basic understanding of your gun itself, however, we are not gun specialists or experts with Air Gun Pellets, but we can help.