How do I maintain the SMACO Mini Scuba Tank?
To properly maintain your SMACO Mini Scuba Tank, please follow these guidelines for daily and usage maintenance:
- Rinse the entire tank with clean water after each use, but avoid cleaning the interior to prevent water from entering and causing internal corrosion.
- Avoid exposing the tank to high temperatures, direct sunlight, or sources of heat.
- Regularly inspect the tank’s exterior and valve for any signs of damage or leakage. If any issues are found, contact the dealer or a qualified professional for inspection and repair.
- Store the tank in a vertical position in a dry and well-ventilated area, away from corrosive substances and high-temperature environments.
- Before using the tank, ensure that the valve is fully closed and verify that the connectors and accessories are properly installed. Avoid any loosening or air leakage during use.
- Use an appropriate air source for filling, such as a diving cylinder or a suitable electric pump. Follow the inflation equipment’s operating guidelines during the filling process.
- Do not exceed the tank’s maximum working pressure (200Bar/3000Psi). Refer to the user manual for the specified working pressure range and avoid overinflating the tank.
- Before diving, check the tank’s pressure to ensure it meets the safety requirements. Ensure the pressure gauge readings are normal and refill if necessary.
- When using the tank, maintain normal breathing and avoid excessive forceful breathing or breath-holding. Follow diving safety regulations and techniques, and avoid exceeding safe dive times or depths.
- After each use, clean and store the tank according to the recommendations in the user manual. Ensure proper protection and maintenance of the tank during storage.
Following these maintenance measures will help preserve the performance and safety of your SMACO Mini Scuba Tank. If you have any further questions or need more detailed instructions, please consult the user manual or contact SMACO’s customer support team.