Scuba Equipment Service

  • Regulator Service 1st Stage (Balance Type) exclude service kit                                       RM 50.00
  • Regulator Service 1st Stage (Unbalanced Type) exclude service kit                                 RM 45.00
  • Regulator Service 2nd Stage (Balance Type) exclude service kit                                      RM 50.00
  • Regulator Service 2nd Stage (Classic Type) exclude service kit                                       RM 45.00
  • BCD Inflator Head exclude service kit                                                                                 RM 35.00
  • Cylinder Hydro Static Test                                                                                                   RM 50.00
  • Cylinder Eddy Current Test                                                                                                  RM 50.00
  • Cylinder Valve Service exclude service kit                                                                         RM 35.00
 Underwater Camera Housing Service
  • Ikelite dSLR Housing exclude service kit                                                                              RM 150.00
  • Ikelite Digital Housing eg. G15/G16 exclude service kit                                                        RM 150.00
  • Ikelite Compact Housing eg. S110/S120 exclude service kit                                                RM   75.00
Dive Computer Service
each computer service comes with battery change, chamber test, and o-ring replacement
  • Basic Wrist/Console Computer eg. PUCK Pro / Zoop                                                           RM   80.00
  • Suunto Wrist Computer eg. D4i / D6i / D9                                                                             RM 140.00
  • Suunto D9TX                                                                                                                         RM 150.00
  • Mares Nemo Sport / Nemo Excel                                                                                          RM 150.00
  • Mares Smart/ Smart Apnea                                                                                                   RM 140.00
  • Mares Matrix                                                                                                                         RM 200.00
Rainbow Runner Sdn Bhd hold the rights "No Warranty even After Chamber Test" policy


Eddy CurrentWhat is eddy current testing?

Eddy current testing is a method that uses electromagnetic waves to measure certain material characteristics of metals. 
Electrical currents are caused to flow in the metal under test by placing a suitably connected probe near the material. 
The closer the better. Certain material characteristics affect the flow of these currents and the changes are detected by an electronic instrument, which is something like a sophisticated radio. The probe is not unlike an antenna as it both sends energy and receives signals from the metal. With this method, one can detect various types of flaws, probe to material spacing, certain characteristics of the material and numerous other things. Of course, for aluminum tank 
inspection, we are mainly interested in the detection of what is commonly referred to as SUSTAINED LOAD CRACKING (SLC).

In SLC, small radial cracks start at the base of the threaded neck area of a cylinder and propagate toward the shoulder (the cylinder body) and up into the neck (threaded area) as the cracks grow deeper. Eventually, these cracks can become quite deep and can lead to tank rupture. Eddy current techniques can detect these cracks in the initial stages of formation long before there is any real hazard. 

 Why do I need this type of inspection?

You need this inspection to insure that all the cylinders that you are using are defect free using the best and most current technology. Cracked cylinders need to be removed from service before they start to leak. Short tight cracks are very difficult to see with visual means and are easily missed, but are readily detected with the VISUAL EDDY eddy current technology. No guessing anymore with this technique. (Back to Top)

Chamber Test 

Pressure test is importance in order to assure the camera housing either Compact or dSLR housing that you invested is in good condition. We also service and change most of the Dive Computers batteries.
We are proud to introduce our new Pressure Chamber that have pressure rated as below; 

Dive Computers : 30-40m (3-4bar)
Compact Housing : 30-40m (3-4bar)
DSLR Housing : 40-50m (4-5bar)(Back to Top)

Hydrostatic Test Date
All cylinders must pass a hydrostatic test every five years. The test date is permanently stamped on the cylinder if it passes inspection. In this example, the test was performed in June of 2001. A plus "+" symbol following the test date indicates the cylinder can be filled 10% higher than the stated maximum service pressure. Because this test is performed every five years, the cylinder may have several hydro dates stamped on the cylinder.Hydro diagram
The simple explanation, for testing, is safety for the public, the cylinder filling technician and the transportation of potentially explosive high pressure vessels over our highways. Although cylinders are made of non-shatterable metal, they still can tear apart with explosive force, fire off the valve, spin or take off at high speeds through walls, causing severe bodily harm, death and destruction.

The hydrostatic test actually measures the elastic expansion of the metal and its ability to return to its original shape within 10 percent of the original volume. The water test is safe since it cannot compress or expand like air. If the cylinder leaks or blows out, it leaks a stream of water and the worst case scenario is a water jacket’s copper gasket breaks allowing water to spray everywhere. (Back to Top)