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Using ISO 8573-1 to Test Compressed Air: Clearing the Confusion
Once one of the most common reasons for a failed compressed air test, particularly in the SCUBA industry, Carbon Dioxide (CO2) became a less common cause of non-compliance after the Compressed Gas Association raised the limit for their Grade E specification. For example, most sport diving facilities (up to 130 feet) test their compressed air to ANSI/CGA G-7.1 Grade E standard which limits CO2 to 1000 parts per million (ppm)...