how to store scuba tanks
Especially in the case of poor maintenance or maintenance, scuba tanks are fatal in rare disasters.
In addition to regular visual inspection and water pressure testing of the cylinder, tank valves also require inspection and replacement of worn parts to ensure that the tank is ready for use.
After each dive, proper maintenance and storage of the scuba water tank is also essential to ensure reliability and extend the life of the equipment.
Description difficulty: easily check the air pressure of the scuba water tank on the pressure gauge.
Storage tanks should be stored at positive pressure (
Air in the tank).
If the tank is empty, fill it up at the local dive shop.
Close the \"on/off\" valve by turning the knob clockwise.
Remove the equipment attached to the scuba water tank, including the regulator, backpack and buoyancy vest.
Flushing water tank (
Cylinders and valves)
Remove any salt or dirt from diving with fresh water.
The water hose works well in this regard.
Store the tank in a vertical or horizontal position that cannot be rolled, tilted or damaged.
For example, use a rubber band or bungee cord to secure the tank in an upright position away from walking.
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