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  • Deepbandit Boosters
    air pA 1 10 bar Kind of gas Filtered oel free air Performance data Pressure ration 1 22 Max compression ration 1 16 Min gas inlet pressure pA 15 bar Max gas inlet pressure pA 200 bar Max permitted gas outlet pressure pB 250 bar Displacement volume in cm3 ca 13 cm3 Förderleistung pro Doppel Hub 0 013 ltr Formel für Gasauslassdruck pB 22 x pL Druckluftverbrauch 6 ltr pro Hub bei 6 bar Loudness Max acoustic level 78 dB A Ambiente temperature Max operating temperature 10 C bis max 60 C Max storage and transportation temperature 10 C bis 60 C Acceptabel kind of gases Gas Inert Gases Optional Oxygen 100 Technical data sheet Typ 3000 1 Technical details width 640 mm depth 290 mm height 315mm weight ca 22kg Connection gas inlet G ¼ Connection gas outlet G ¼ Connection drive gas G ¼ Pneumatice data Drive gas air pA 2 10 bar Kind of gas Filtered oel free air Performance data Pressure ration 1 30 Max compression ration 1 20 Min gas inlet pressure pA 15 bar Max gas inlet pressure pA 300 bar Max permitted gas outlet pressure pB 300 bar Displacement volume in cm3 ca

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  • CC TRIMIX COURSE FRANCE
    Video Rob Postma made of these dives Unfortunately the quality of screen captures is rather poor due to simple capture equipment Dive on the wreck TOGO South of FRANCE with the NAUTICA to a 70 meter of depth Preparing Bailout Tables Mixing On board of the Nautica Superb crew and boat Nautica dive Loading the boat Rebreathers only The Author webmaster Are you shure everything is on board Then let s go Nice weather and view Dave relaxing No rush Penny Dave OK let s go John in Red me in Blue On the Togo bottomtime 30 mins Superb visability In the wreck Portholes The wreck is 8 mtrs above the seabed Nice gorgones And back again Hanging arround The station in site again Old fashion bottom timer and tables Works fine for me Can t afford VR3 s yet When this site gets commercial I buy two John on the left me on the right ALWAYS TRAIN YOUR SKILLS DURING DIVING This is the horrible bubble skill 3 mtr bar without the beer From Left to Right Ivo van Dam now CCR Trimix Inspiration diver Aldo Ferrucci Guest I Janwillem Bech now CCR Trimix Inspiration diver John Wittenberg now

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  • France 2005
    stayed out We were lucky enough to meet a group of Dolphins on the surface and a Mola Mola also called Moonfish The dives were fantastic and visibility was good We used our own gas that was mixed on the camping site The owner of the camping is an Inspiration diver too so no problems with mixing gas and cleaning our diving gear Planning We planned dives in the range 40 70 mtrs We decided to choose a heli ir mix 13 38 to keep the preparations simple Even with this preparation it costs a lot of time to get all bottles prepared and analysed The END has been set to 40 mtr For the dives up to 50 mtr bailout bottom gas was TX13 38 and the deco mix OC EAN 40 7ltrs bailout For the deeper dives bottom gas TX 13 38 and deco gas EAN 70 10ltrs bailout Because we planned a dive to 85 meters too we accepted a higher END in case of bailout All divers except 1 used VR3 decompression computers The other diver used HS explorer computers Bailout tables were generated with DD plan and GAP and proplanner We used a brother label

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  • Zeeduiker Augustus 2003
    bad In reality it finally turned out to be very kind weather with wind 1 4 until we returned that Monday night with wind from Southwest force 6 while we tried a course North to South Anyhow we had a nice time Divers Ivo Sake Ruud Dik Geert Klaas John Erwin Peter Janwillem 3 inspirations 7 OC divers We dived the HM Maurits van Nassau 4 times and a new

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  • The new APD auto diluent valve in detail A very smooth design As you can see there is no obstruction in the gasflow Please sign my Guestbook

    Original URL path: http://www.therebreathersite.nl/13_Inspiration/apd_adv.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • left You need to push so hard that the force of friction is bigger than the force of rotation In the central body of the inflator valve there is a very small filter Take care you don t lose this filter Here you see the filter in detail Also the chalk is visable Replace the filter or clean it This O ring causes the trouble If this O ring is damaged it is the source of the leak When you take the O ring from the shaft you don t need to be careful But with the assemblage take great care because small diameter O rings easily break This is the standard set APD provides These are all standard 75 shore O rings To clean the parts intens I use ANTIKAL I kind of chalk remover for your sink Works perfectly Don t forget to rinse the parts with clean water You won t like the taste of this stuff Here are the cleaned parts I always do this on the sink it spares several hours of cleaning per day in my kitchen How you can assemble the quick connector shaft or If think you better first put the ring

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  • Pete Mesley
    I have 60 bar of O 2 in my main cylinder and don t want to have to decant reducing pressure I simply have my secondary cylinder pumped as high as I can do it and when my main cylinder reduces down to 20 bars simply switch over to secondary tank The first three pics shows set up on unit You can use any small size cylinder The alu 2 6l cylinder fits a treat Secondary solenoid attachment pic shows of where she is plumbed into the block A custom hose with a 3 8 th standard thread on both ends allows simplicity SWITCHING DIL THROUGH ADV This is a simplistic method to switch DIL through your ADV without jeopardising safety Here I have simply attached a Sartec switching block to the other end of the AP valves standard hose All I have done with the Sartec switching block is put 90 degree swivels Poseidon ones so the hoses are clean With this set up you can have both gases you want already plumbed in by means of a LPI connector and simply press the plug when you want to change DIL All you have to do is add another

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  • Krolak OC/CC Mouthpiece
    can be loosened by hand where this is not possible with the standard adaptor of the Inspiration In theory a hose could get loose if the ring comes loose However I do not think this is likely to happen in practice Below you can find photos of the assembling and modifications to my Inspiration rebreather With Filip s mouthpiece the existing hoses can be used These can very simply be transferred on to the new mouthpiece I have however bought an extra mouthpiece and new hoses for two reasons Firstly it provides a very smooth running mouth piece old item and furthermore it provides a second loop that I can use If ever I have a problem with the OC CC mouthpiece and if I have to wait for new valves or a membrane I can still use the original breathing loop Dismantling the existing Inspiration hose adaptor is not a simple job You need a special tool and even so it is not always simple As can be seen on the illustration the connector exists of a swivel stem 2 half inner hose clamps and two locking rings To dismantle the hose tool is to be inserted in the swivel stem Then the inner hose clamps have to be kept in a firm grip to avoid that they turn as well This can be done with a small screwdriver You can also adjust the pliers in such a manner that this will fit in the two grooves Here you see the separate particles The Hose tool fits inside the adaptor and stops the swivel stem Here it becomes clear that the inner hose clamps can move along This is prevented by using pliers and a hose tool The outer ends of the pliers have to be grinded to reach the right size The pliers are inserted into the adaptor via the hose Beware not to damage the hose The hose is normally present at the left hand side To leave no doubt I have left it out in this photo The hose tool stops the swivels stem from turning The pliers stop the outer hose clamps Now turn the locking ring loose from the outer hose clamps and the swivel stem Now the new connection from Filip can be assembled This is a simple job A black of white adaptor colour depends on production date is put in the hose The adaptor fits in the OC CC valve perfectly a strong ring then pinch off the hose Now tighten the ring fairly firm and then you have an exceedingly strong connection The mouth piece is somewhat heavier at the surface then the standard mouthpiece Under water the difference is almost nil I did not experience any difference in comfort The only thing that needs sincere attention is the way you place the IP hose For this regulator I have used an extra flowstop to avoid free flow at all circumstances This valve is opened when used normally I only

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