O2 Repair & Maintenance

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Oxygen Gas Booster Maintenance

The importance of oxygen maintenance and repair cannot be emphasized enough. When performing maintenance on an oxygen gas booster or system, Haskel cleans parts to meet MIL STD 1330 D.

Maintenance Guidelines:

Every 20,000 cycles, or 3-6 months, the air cycling valve o-rings in the air drive section of your gas booster should be inspected and re-lubricated. If necessary, they should be replaced.

Every 500-1,000 hours of continuous use, or every 18 months, reseal your gas booster, doing the same for the gas section and air drive section as needed.

O2 Cleaning and Repair Service

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