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Drop in for a quick fuss free fill. Ample parking for trailers and boats!!
Come and see us for your annual test to ensure a quick refill when diving is at its best.
Why you need to have your tank tested annually
Annual tests are completed to meet Australian Standards and are for your personal safety while diving.
Regular testing ensures your tanks are fit for use.
During testing, tanks are inspected internally and externally.
Steel tanks with internal rust are rumbled to re-polish to cylinder walls.
Never fully empty your tank - did you know that maintaining a small amount of pressure in your tank or cylinder will ensure moisture doesn't accumulate and degrade your tank interior.
Pure clean air.
Remove any oily deposits.
BCF extinguishers contain an ozone depleting chemical and are no longer legally allowed to be used except by aircraft. Significant fines apply.
If you have a BCF extinguisher or know someone who has one, hand it in to our office and we can help you select a suitable replacement.
Have your LPG cylinder re-certified
Beware of buying a used vehicle on LPG without a roadworthy, include in your pre-purchase checks to make sure the gas tank has been certified within the last 10 years.
In the event of an emergency be a fire or blackout, your exit light will lead you to safety.
Moving house with your LPG, BBQ or caravan cylinder and transporting your cylinder via a removalist?
You will need a "Gas Free Cylinder Certification"
Contact us today for more information
Commonly known as "Fat Boys" private customer owned LPG cylinders need to be in test to be filled.
Call us to organize your cylinder re-certification.
Maintain your own cylinder secure in the knowledge that it will fit in your existing bracket or space.
While your cylinder is in for its 10 yearly test for an extra $10 we can fit a cylinder contents gauge.
The following table displays the recommended maintenance frequencies for your fire equipment.
At the very least, this should always include an operable fire extinguisher and a fire blanket.
Not all fires are best handled with water and, when out on the seas or in the estuaries where water is obviously abundant, chemical or oil fires aboard your boat can be exacerbated by dousing with water, especially if a lack of preparation causes extra time while you scurry to bucket water to and fro. Speed of fire suppression for on-board fires will always be key in maintaining safety and limiting damage when out on the water.
Did you know that according to the Country Fire Authority, on average there are 3,000 house fires in Victorian homes every year? Most could be prevented by taking simple precautions. Fire extinguishers are a vital first line defence in the event of a fire.
Here is a quick reference for the types of fire extinguishers and their respective uses:
Since 1997, Victorian law regulates that smoke detectors must be installed in all homes, units, flats and townhouses. It is the responsibility of all owners and landlords to install working smoke alarms and to keep them functional and compliant with Australian Standards AS3786. Residential homes constructed or substantially renovated after August 1997 must have a smoke alarm connected to 240 volt mains power, and where installed they must also have a backup battery in case there is a loss of power.