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For more than twenty-five years Oceanic's goal to produce a premier line of regulators has not changed. One distinguishing attribute that separates Oceanic from other manufacturers is the commitment to vertical integration. All life support products are designed, developed, manufactured, and tested in our 120,000 square foot Northern California facility. No other dive company goes to these lengths to assure the quality of their products.

A good example of this process is the regulator manufacturing division. State of the art machinery takes marine grade brass and feeds the stock metal into various CNC (computer numerically controlled) machines which cut, bore and polish finished parts in a matter of seconds. Custom designed, computer controlled assembly and calibration stations insure precision and tune each regulator one at a time to deliver its' optimal performance.

It is this commitment, to have total control of the design, testing and manufacturing process that insures the best in performance and highest quality. With the most sophisticated testing laboratory in the industry, Oceanic is able to test and retest regulator performance during the development stage, making immediate changes if needed.

Throughout the plant, various departments have an expertise in manufacturing items as simple as hose fittings to the most sophisticated such as a high pressure transducer for a hoseless air integrated computer.

In 1999 Oceanic and it's manufacturing divisions received the internationally recognized ISO 9001 designation, recognizing the quality system in place that is adhered to daily to ultimately insure the highest quality finished product and the highest possible level of customer satisfaction. ISO 9001 is a highly recognized global standard for quality control in not only manufacturing, but virtually every aspect of company operations.

Our efforts have been rewarded. Oceanic is recognized as a leader in regulator design and performance. Today our regulators are sleeker and lighter, making breathing underwater the most natural thing to do.