AP Diving announces the opening of its new warehouse in The Netherlands.  

The new distribution hub - AP DIVING EUROPE - will start operations on Monday 2nd August. More details here >>

EU customers will be able to: buy in Euros; receive goods direct from mainland Europe; and avoid import hassles, paperwork & customs fees.

A new website apdiving.eu will follow in mid-August. Orders for EU distribution can be placed with the AP UK office by phone or email from 26th July onwards.

AP phone lines are open from 10am-3pm (UK time) Monday to Thursday and 10am-12 noon Fridays.

Product Servicing: for more information on sending items for service from outside the UK, please click here…

 

First Stage Service Kit (for FS100)

SKU
AP97L
£29.95 £24.96

AP97L -  Service Kit for the AP FS100 First Stage

FS100 1st stages were used only on AP Evolution rebreathers between Feb 2005 and May 2006.

Contains diaphragm, filter, all O rings and seals required for full service.

PLEASE NOTE: NOT OXYGEN CLEAN

All AP Service Kits use oxygen com
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AP97L -  Service Kit for the AP FS100 First Stage

FS100 1st stages were used only on AP Evolution rebreathers between Feb 2005 and May 2006.

Contains diaphragm, filter, all O rings and seals required for full service.

PLEASE NOTE: NOT OXYGEN CLEAN

All AP Service Kits use oxygen compatible materials  but if used in oxygen concentrations higher than 23.5% O2 all components must be oxygen cleaned and where appropriate lubricated with oxygen compatible grease by the service technician prior to assembly.*

 

* NOTE: The CGA (Compressed Gas Association), US Navy, UK’s HSE and the EIGA (European Industrial Gas Association) all recommend that breathing gasses with an oxygen content of 23.5% or higher should be treated as 100% oxygen. However, some technical training agencies still use 40% as the maximum percentage that is allowed for equipment that is not in oxygen service. 

AP Diving advises to err on the side of safety, and to use the value of 23.5% as the cutoff percentage beyond which the equipment must be in oxygen service.

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