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Thread: Scuba Cylinder refill?

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    I finally got my hands on a 300Bar Cylinder. Does anybody know who will refill it to 300 Bar in Gauteng area?
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    hehe.. font know about Gauteng. but a pain here in CPT. I just fill mine to 240bar at any shop.
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    Look under "Air Rifle Retailers" and do a seach on the forum for 300 bar. There's been discussion about this before and the sources for 300 bar fill are listed there.
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    David Skews. The"bloke in Valhalla" i believe. Also ask IAn, he's got a contact for 300bar fills.
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    Prestige dive centre in Boksburg, they are listed under the retailers/
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    U1, if you don't already know, be careful when cracking open that cylinder when filling your pcp, the last thing you want is a sudden transfer of 300bar's into something rate for 190.
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    Wits Underwater Club, Peter edwards in Wynberg, Drager, possibly TURG diving club?...
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    PJ Edwards in Wynberg
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    Thanks guys! I think I found a guy in Roodepoort, Scuba Magic. How much does it normally cost? He was talking of R 50.00 for a 12L and R 90.00 for my 20L. Is this average?
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    U1, if you don't already know, be careful when cracking open that cylinder when filling your pcp, the last thing you want is a sudden transfer of 300bar's into something rate for 190.[/QUOTE]

    I have an adapter to fit on the cylinder which only let a small amount of air through, this makes it easier to control the airflow, to prevent overfill.
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    Prestige R35.00 for a 12lt
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    U1 Remember to pick up my bottle when going to re-fill........
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    No need, that 20L will last a while, I'm thinking of opening my own filling station! Just pop in and I'll fill it!
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    ha ha ha
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