Is your Drysuit more like a wetsuit? Tired of waiting on shipping and lengthy delays in getting your shell suit repaired. Why shorten your dive season! Our staff at East Coast Scuba & Watersports are trained in drysuit repairs. Nervous about accidentally ripping your neck or wrist seals? Why not move to the quick neck or wrist? You'll have the ability to change the seals yourself so you don't miss a dive. You could install latex, silicone or neoprene in under 5minutes. We can leak test suits as well. Give us a call for a quote on any of your dry or wet suit repairs.
We are proud to offer Air, Nitrox, Trimix and Oxygen fills. All our staff are PADI Gas Blenders.
Contact us today about getting your tanks filled
Cylinder Visual Inspection
Scuba Cylinders require to be visually inspected annually. Our inspectors ensure tanks are thoroughly checked for corrosion/cracks/bulges etc. We offer full reports for all inspections and even offer calibrated eddy current.
Our team is able to tumble your tanks to remove the surface stain or flash rusting that is present on your cylinders.
Oxygen Cleaning Service
Get your cylinder and valve O2 cleaned, service and repairs. The proper preparation of a scuba cylinder and valve for use with Enriched Air Nitrox (Nitrox) is essential for the safety of the tank user and the person filling the cylinder.
Let our staff look after your life support equipment. We believe in maintaining the most up to date training to better be able to look after our customers.
Is your valve functioning correctly? Our staff can inspect and repair valves.
Cylinder Hydro Testings
Hydrostatic inspections are required every five years. The test for each tank is on file at the DOT, and the testing station must contact them to obtain the correct test specification. A common hydrostatic test is to pressurize the scuba tank to 5/3 of its working pressure and to measure the flexing of the tank walls. Five-thirds of a 3,000 psi working pressure means that the tank will be pressurized to 5,000 psi. This is done by replacing the valve with a special hydraulic testing connection and filling the scuba tank with water under pressure – NOT air! Air would be too explosive if the tank were to let go during the test, as it sometimes will. Because water cannot be compressed, the tank cannot explode if it fails. After the initial test, the results are stamped into the body of the scuba tank, along with the date (year and month) it passed.