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Certified Hydrostatic testers in the USA: One site to find them all

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  • Seajay
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    Thank you!

  • kyote
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    Used to have Western Sales in Deer Park, TX just outside of Houston but the owner retired and closed up shop a few months back.

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  • lhamilton1807
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    A couple that I found:
    https://paintballhydro.com/
    http://www.hydrotester.com/
    https://time2pb.com/pages/hydrostatic-testing
    https://www.empirecylinder.com/our-s...inder-testing/

  • Seajay
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    Ninja isn't taking testing orders at the moment. I'm in Virginia and trying to find someone. The closest one I'm trying to get in touch with, but anyone know anyone that will take shipped requests?

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  • The Inflicted
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    Originally posted by Axel View Post
    It's always good to call ahead. I have also experienced the disappointment of "we don't test paintball tanks"
    Getting that over and over and over on the phone.

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  • latches109
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    https://sandiegodivers.com/service

    these guys are the best for San Diego county CA.

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  • Jay R.
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    Pye-Barker Fire & Safety: Fort Pierce, FL


    My Go to here in Florida, They have tested tanks for me while I waited. Excellent shop!

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  • lhamilton1807
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    Sadly my $25 find was a dead end. They thought I was talking about scuba-size tanks even though I clearly told them they were 48ci. Oh well, the hunt continues!

  • lhamilton1807
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    Yep, the site above is the same information in a web portal and mentions the app. Good call!

  • Trbo323
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    Originally posted by Axel View Post
    It's always good to call ahead. I have also experienced the disappointment of "we don't test paintball tanks"
    This, just because they have A hydrostatic cert, doesn't mean they have the correct one for paintball tanks

    Also, there's an app called RIN locator that does the same thing

    Sent from my motorola edge 5G UW (2021) using Tapatalk

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  • lhamilton1807
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    I called places that aren’t on the list - scuba, fire safety equipment services, and welding supply. Took a while but I think it was worth it. Yeah, $65 each is nuts. For the aluminum tanks I’m getting tested I could buy a brand new tank & reg for that cost.

  • Axel
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    It's always good to call ahead. I have also experienced the disappointment of "we don't test paintball tanks"

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  • shooter311
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    Wow, $25 with reg removal is awesome. The only place a friend and I have found is an hour an a half drive away and they wanted $65 for the test and I had to remove the regs. For that kind of money I'd send them into ninja. However this site has a ton of places I didn't check. So let's hope I get lucky.

  • lhamilton1807
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    It took me a while to find a place that charged a decent price. Found a welding supply shop that’ll remove the reg and test for $25/ea. Definitely jumping on that - other prices seem so darn inflated for a 5 min test. Of course there are fire departments all over my area that do testing, but by law or policy they can only do it in-house.

  • shooter311
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    This is an awesome resource, thank you for posting. Although many of the places in my area can't do paintball tanks. However there are more places in my area than I knew. I'll call around and see who can test my tanks!

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