Regulator Parts

We stock parts only for those regulator brands and models we are currently authorized to service. For any of those regulator brands that we are not certified to service, we recommend contacting a factory authorized service center nearest you. Three long established U.S. based companies that specialize in factory authorized regulator service for most brands are Airtech in North Carolina, RegTech in Wisconsin, and Pacific Scuba Repair in California.

We do NOT sell regulator service kits and parts for: Aqualung, Aquatec, Atomic, Cressi, Dacor, Deep Six, Drager, Edge, Genesis, Halcyon, Hog, Hollis, Interspiro, KirbyMorgan, OceanReef, Oceanic, OMS, Parkway, Scubapro, Seac, Sherwood, SoprasSub, Tusa, and US Divers. We know it's frustrating; some dive equipment manufacturers do not believe the consumer has the right to repair, using concerns about liability or safety as their reason for prohibiting the retail sale of their branded individual replacement parts to consumers. The good news is that we agree the consumer has the right to repair and our Dive Gear Express policy is to sell without restriction the individual parts and service kits for most brands and models we currently stock.

We stock regulator parts for use only by qualified service technicians. Regulator parts are sold with special terms of: NO warranty, NO return, NO support and NO exceptions. Your complete satisfaction is our goal, so please consider carefully before ordering.

16 Items

Set Descending Direction
Tek Tip Warning Image WARNING

Availability of sub-assemblies and components, repair parts, specialized tools and maintenance manuals does not imply qualification to assemble and/or service scuba equipment.

Most authorized dealers are able to perform warranty, repair and service work on your equipment. Service by other than an authorized dealer may void the warranty. Improper service of dive equipment can lead to serious injury or death.

Dive Gear Express recommends that divers participating in more advanced technical and exploration type diving be trained in equipment service. We recommend that non-qualified individuals seek professional training/mentoring before attempting repairs or servicing on any diving equipment.