my recovery tanks are old and need to be tested the supply house says they only do the ones the sell. has anyone had to dell with this problem?
I have a fire extinguisher service company retest mine.
Keep checking with the supply houses. Every now and then they do a cylinder exchange program around here. They take old bottles full or empty and give you a new or certifed bottle.
Is what you get when you didn't get what you wanted.
A positive attidude will not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worthwhile.
I am confused.....I just take full tank to supply house and get new empty tank. they used to charge a fee to take R22 recovery tank....now its free..."Here Ya Go"???
It's not the Brand with the fewest repairs-It's all in the install!!! Attention to detail and using the best materials!
Now they better be paying you for the R22!
Yea, we get paid a pretty penny for recovered r22.
I went to a dive shop one time. Scuba dive.....
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i wonder if a welding supply will test them
For every 30lbs of r22 we exchange they sell us a virgin drum for $200 vs the $485 to buy a single drum. They don't care if the tank is out of date or not.
Never tried it but would a propane distributor test recovery tanks? They have to pressure certify their tanks so they should be able to do it.
welding gas supply house can do it
The company that I used to work for was going to have one of our supply houses retest ours until they found out you could buy new tanks cheaper than the test. I dont know what you are paying to retest but they wanted something like $60.
Why would you guys have old recovery tanks? What do you do when they get filled?
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