This Luxfer Limited Warranty covers all Luxfer aluminum and composite cylinders manufactured in the United States on or after November 1, 2004, for 15 years from the original hydrostatic test date on each cylinder.
Investigators continue to believe that the July 27, 2004 incident in Luraville, Florida was caused when an operator was about to fill oxygen into a scuba cylinder that was not designed for oxygen use, and most probably the valve and/or cylinder had not been purged of all organic matter.
In the United States throughout 2003, Luxfer Gas Cylinders conducted a trade-in program for older Luxfer scuba cylinders made from 6351 aluminum alloy from 1972 through June 1988. That trade-in program ended on December 31, 2003.
Between 1987 and 1988, Luxfer Gas Cylinders discontinued use of 6351 aluminum alloy and began using a proprietary version of 6061 aluminum alloy for all its aluminum cylinder models manufactured in the United States.
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