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  • CMF Valveorder form 03
    to the address you submit Transport costs are to be determined in advance After receiving you will be informed by email with information for payment The goods will be sent after receiving the payment For the delivery of CMF valves a Disclaimer has to be signed The disclaimer will be sent to you together with the order confirmation per email Order for 1 piece type Hydrogom CMF Valve Model Basic

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  • OXYLON for sale
    and located in Holland Original Oxylon rebreather with spareparts This is a absolute unique piece of equipment The unit is in perfect condition SORRY UNIT IS SOLD Transport for buyers account transport costs to be determined in advance unit for

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  • RG-UFM
    complete Comes with Bag Rebreather Manual 1 Canister Oxygen bottle This unit starts to be difficult to find I have two units left now Price 275 euro complete Transport for buyers account transport costs to be determined in advance Use Guestbook for ordering Extra Canister Batch 1992 not for UW use The canister is for demo or homebuild purposes Only sold per 10 Price 85 00 p 10 Transport for

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  • North Sea August 2009
    diving a unknown wreck The third day we dived a unknown wreck Unfortunately not much was left of it We found the steam kettles and that was about it Day 4 diving SS ELBE Here you see the logo of the Norddeutscher Lloyd Bremen who owned the passengers ship Wouter managed to find a lead LOGO with the NLB logo in it The logo was used on the ss ELBE

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  • Duikvaker 2009
    of 5 people The result of this is shown here I hope you enjoy the pictures 28 may 2010 Look at the Duikvaker 2009 Gallery here At duikvaker on the Museum of Diving the following collectors showed there diving gear Kees de Jonge with his shallow water helmets http www dehelmduiker com Melvin Oostdijk showing Russian diving suits and helmets http helmduiken com Jan de Groot showing a part of

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  • Ice diving 2009
    just keep a short holiday So we packed it up and went to the next spot a diving club with its own small lake which was separate enough to cut a hole in it In this time of the year you do NOT get very popular if you cut a whole in the middle of a skating rink A short Police visit confirmed we could go ahead with ruining the ice JW was well prepared and within 15 minutes his trusty chainsaw now probably completely ruined had cut a nice big triangular hole in 16 cm thick ice Depth check a whopping 2 meters of water between ice and muddy bottom Not exactly a depth record but most likely a low viz record We borrowed some stuff from around the spot including some nice red white traffic control poles to indicate to unsuspecting skaters that this was NOT the place to be And we even found a nice left over ladder to ease the going in out of the water The diving went quite smooth We had 50 meter signal lines to allow us to get far away from the hole to slightly less murky water It is quite intriguing so see people walk on top of you and waving to you The silence of the rebreathers even allowed us to hear them The Inspo s were boring They refused to follow Mrs AM and Mr AD s advice to pack up on us They stubbornly did what they were supposed to do do their job without any problems Quite frustrating SO I decided to raise the ante a bit and challenge my own Inspo a bit further After having finished my dive I had to walk back to shore on the slippery ice I guess you can see where this is going Thinking steady steady I wasn t steady at all for a brief moment and made The Mother Of All Crashes on the ice Image a 190 cm long 100 kilo white haired guy with some 40 kilo s of kit on his back crashing full speed on his left shoulder Highly NOT RRRecommended I was actually surprised the ice didn t break It must have caused a quake of at least 4 on Richter s scale and unfortunately one with level 7 in my left shoulder I used some words that Gordon s profanity filter will for sure NOT let through here After my lovely wife Rita support diver Hans had taken the kit off me I could examine the damage Inspo Tino 1 0 As in Kit was 100 o k despite the yellow black case having taking a huge knocker chasing it off its hinges but no breaks bends cracks Good stuff I can also tell you that the new battery box is not very prone to battery bounce Forget all those small lab rat tests dropping it from a measly meter or so on soft warm water This is the REAL thing I suggest

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  • Eurotek 2008 technical dive exhibition
    site was rewarded as Masterpiece by his dive organization the NOB Dutch Underwater Federation member of CMAS and sister organization of the BSAC Therebreatersite nl also became part of the necessary prerequisite requirements to become a 3 CMAS instructor so his work was rewarded again A next logical step was to add a database for the Semi closed and Closed circuit rebreathers However he decided to use another method for collecting all the information Parallel on the website he developed several pages with several knowledge areas By now the SCR and CCR rebreather but also the MCCR areas are now constantly updated A historical section is also added but the most recent pages focus on atmospheric dive suits By also keeping Therebreathersite nl up to date with all kind of basic main diving knowledge it s used daily as a source for information by training agencies and research workers By publishing this treasure of information Jan has acquired a lot of friends all over the world Left Jan Willem Bech left diving in France Some of them visited him at his home to share some very interesting conversations into the long hours of the night Jan agrees that it looks like all rebreather divers are obsessed by their hobby and its not going away On his computer he still has a lot of documents which are ready for future development and publication Because of all the contacts worldwide a lot of rebreathers are presented to him Today Jan has a nice collection of old models which to his utmost pleasure he will present to you at the Eurotek 08 diveshow Jan considers this a great honor to be present at the Eurotek 08 conference And a great opportunity to meet all his correspondence friends from United Kingdom and surrounding European countries Jan hopes to see you at his stand at EuroTek The Introduction of Hydrogom OLDIES FROM THE PAST shown at the Hydrogom Respiratory Equipment Stand at Eurotek 08 http www hydrogom com After many years of diving and snorkeling Jeroen Gompelmans owner of Hydrogom became more and more interested in every piece of equipment that was linked to diving and the techniques it used As he reached the age of 20 in 1989 he started to collect all kinds of breathing apparatuses It did not take long before he realized the number of different types of regulators was huge Despite this the complex techniques that were used by designers and manufacturers from the old days fascinated him more than anything To get more acquainted with their way of thinking he started his research on all kinds of background information that he could lay his hands on and ended up with one of the largest collection of regulators all also well documented than ever existed before In March 2001 Hydrogom Respiratory Equipment was founded with its main activity to repair and restore all types of breathing equipment But Hydrogom also develops and manufactures its own techniques like the CMF valve

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  • Diving Dover in 2008 on MS Dolfijn
    The Pomerania remained afloat for some 20 minutes after the collision and during that time many passengers went below with the object of securing their valuables and lost their lives when the vessel suddenly sank The number drowned was 48 Capt Schwensen was carried down with the ship but coming to the surface was later picked up by the City of Amsterdam and taken to Maasluis The Moel Eilian was in such a state as to prevent her from rendering aid and much damaged she reached Dover The German government was prompt to recognise the aid of the Glengarry and 150 was sent to the Board of Trade representative at Leith to be awarded to the crew as soon as the vessel reached that port Capt Hogg was presented with 100 and 50 was distributed among the crew Source http www photoship co uk Disaster 20Chest 558 pdf UB 55 The WW1 German attack Submarine UB55 was a very successful Sub with a very successful and lucky Captain in Klt Ralph Wenninger He had previously commanded 2 other successful Subs UB17 and UC17 In UB55 he had commanded 5 patrols in the Channel and Bay of Biscay sinking 25 ships including a selection of 3 very big Over 3 000 Ton ships His biggest prize was the 8 232 Ton Chattahoochie which despite being in the centre of a very well escorted convoy he sank during a 2 hour attack after hitting her with 3 torpedoes UB55 sailed on its last patrol on 21 April 1918 and had a crew of 28 plus 7 trainees However while trying to negotiate the Dover Barrage the Sub encountered a group of Trawlers and Drifters and while attempting to avoid them by diving they got caught in the mined net and had a mine detonate against her stern She settled on the seabed and started to fill with water 2 of the crew shot themselves however once the pressure equalised as the water rose 2 of the hatches were opened and 18 of the crew escaped Some died of air embolisms and the others drifted down the channel with more dying of exposure 2 hours later 5 or 6 were pulled alive from the sea including the lucky Captain Source Cantenburydivers org uk This picture is a simular type III but not UB55 U boats movie German Kriegsmarine WW I avi 8 1 mb Hospitalship SS Anglia Built in Dumbarton by W Denny Brothers for the London North Western Railway Co in 1900 the Anglia was 1862 tons with a 424hp triple expansion engine and 2 props giving her a top speed of 21 knots She measured 329ft x 39ft x 16ft She was taken over as an auxiliary hospital ship in WW1 and as she was crossing the Channel from France on November 17 1915 with a large number of victims of trench warfare on their way home she struck a mine laid by UC 5 and sank one mile east of

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