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1. Testing & Maintenance Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus and EEBD

To ensure the functionality and to identify and repair damages or excessive wear sustained by the unit, it is important to inspect SCBA equipment periodically. The inspection shall be made to ensure that the SCBA is fully charged, clean, free of damage, and fully operational. In addition to this regular inspection, an annual inspection is also carried out to include disassembly and cleaning of the regulator and other major components, such as the low-air alarm, facepiece, etc. Replacement of all worn parts, reassembly of the SCBA and testing for proper function are also taken care of during the annual inspection. Function test shall include a flow test. Any unit with damage or does not function properly shall be removed from service. These are to be then tagged with a description of the defect. The defects shall be forwarded to the SCBA Offices. After each use, each SCBA shall be inspected by the user for the following: Low or empty cylinder: Cylinders should be cleaned, low or empty cylinders should be refilled, or replaced with full units. Components and face pieces: Shall be cleaned, checked for excessive wear or damage, sanitized, and checked for proper function. Anytime an SCBA has been used in a contaminated atmosphere, the unit shall be completely decontaminated before being returned to service. Read more

2. Calibration & Maintenance of Fixed and Portable Gas Detectors

When it comes to fixed and portable gas detection, it is of utmost importance to ensure that the equipment operates correctly. For this to happen, periodic servicing, maintenance and calibration have to be done regularly. With the involvement of professionals with specialist knowledge, Serve Gas’s gas detection applications may vary according to the factors that affect the frequency of servicing required ensuring proper operation. A sufficient service period must be established for the equipment that takes account of each application’s unique set of factors. Effective safety and gas monitoring devices also require valid and durable instruments to check the efficiency of the total system. And to remain effective, those instruments must also be regularly serviced, calibrated and maintained. We use the best gadgets to execute the service job. Read more

3. Calibration of all Pressure, Temperature, Linear, Electrical and Gas Instruments

We understand the importance of calibration in measurement technology and metrology, for calibration is the comparison of measurement values delivered by a device under test with those of a calibration standard of known accuracy. With Calibration of pressure, temperature, linear, electrical and gas instruments, we intend to deliver cost-effective means of service. The outcome of the comparison can result in one of the following: no significant error being noted on the device under test a significant error being noted but no adjustment was made an adjustment made to correct the error to an acceptable level The calibration standard is normally traceable to a national or international standard held by a metrology body. Read more

4. Calibration of Alcometers

We realize the significance of confirming your medical equipment is working correctly and are experts in all the problems and issues which can potentially occur. Our engineers are trained to the highest level and operate to ISO 9001 quality standards ensuring consistent, reliable validation of your equipment. Timely checking and analysing of products and solutions are very crucial in the Fire and Gas industry. Read more

5. Hydro Testing of Breathing Air Cylinder

Providing a government-controlled and certified hydrostatic testing of cylinders of all sizes, Serve Gas’s services gives utmost importance to personal protection. We also refill all SCUBA and SCBA cylinders with laboratory tested, clean, dry breathing air and CO2 cylinders with fresh carbon dioxide. A pressure vessel is placed inside a closed system during the hydrostatic test. A test jacket filled with water and specified internal water pressure is applied to the container inside this closed system. The applied internal pressure causes an expansion of the container being tested. The total and permanent expansion that the container undergoes are measured. These volumetric expansion measurements, in conjunction with an internal and external visual inspection of the container, are used to determine if a pressure vessel is safe for continued use, or has suffered from a degradation in its structural integrity and must be condemned. Read more