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  • Gator
    1995 through 2005 DEMA trade shows Two prototypes were field tested as the GATOR and PROBE from 1996 to 2001 Over twenty of these units were used in field beta testing in New York Florida Texas California Hawaii and the

    Original URL path: http://www.therebreathersite.nl/05_Reviews/gator.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Smeren stuurklep ROB booster
    borgveer is los de spool en plug moeten we er nog uithalen De spool zit in een hoog precisie kamer welke niet mag worden beschadigd Je mag absoluut geen metalen voorwerpen gebruiken om de spool uit de kamer te duwen De truuk is om dit met perslucht te doen Door een middendruk van ca 1 bar in te stellen en op de inflator aan te sluiten drukken we de plug uit de kamer Hou je hand voor de plug en verhoog langzaam de druk tot de plug eruit springt Ontkoppel de slang Gebruik een kunststof buisje om de spool uit de kamer te drukken een pen werkt prima hier de uitdruktool Links zie je nog de uitstekende pen en rechts komt de spool uit de passing Let op de passing is kritisch Beschadig deze niet Gebruik geen geweld De spool moet betrekkelijk makkelijk uit de passing worden gedrukt Als hij heel licht uit de passing komt zijn mogelijk de o ringen versleten na 10 tallen bedrijfsuren of hinderden vullingen niet bij nieuwe pompen Hier de spool Goed te zien is dat de o ringen op het dunne deel nog goed gesmeerd zijn terwijl de onderste o ringen droog zijn Om de spool goed te smeren moeten de o ringen met een stomp voorwerp o ring haakje worden verwijderd en de spool worden schoongemaakt Dit kan in lauw 40gr C water met een beetje zeep Geen zorgen over zuurstof want dit onderdeel komt niet in aanraking met zuurstof Maar de spool goed schoon en assembleer op nieuw Smeer de oringen op normale wijze licht in met zuurvrije siliconenvet Scoon en gesmeerd voor de volgende vulsessies Plaats nu de spool terug in het huis door het met je vinger voorbij de O ring te drukken waar de plug op afdicht De plug

    Original URL path: http://www.therebreathersite.nl/05_Reviews/Spool/Spoolsmering.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Paolo Bertoncin little home made oxygen rebreather
    the swimming pool of his friend who also owned an old water pit For his friend the 3 meters of depth were a true problem but not for Paolo Together with the family they dived the pit He took all precautions for a safe dive and managed to reach the bottom There he found incredibly enough after 94 years a German WW1 and a Italian WW1 helmet on the bottom Paolo dives his rebreather also in Croatia There the use of closed oxygen systems are not allowed He then uses a package on his chest with the rebreather In the water he then unfolds the rebreathers and enjoy the dive I hope you like the pictures as much as I do Paolo promised me to show me the progress of the old Pirelli unit To be continued plumbing components for the canister A italian wine bag use as breathing bag The oxygen addition is not regulated it is only a small hole Little home made oxygen rebreather Test diving in the pool Preparing the dive in the old water pit Safety is no 1 Here Paolo descends in the old Italian water Pit with 3 mtrs of water not having an idea what to find The first find an old WW 1 german helmet Model of German helmet as used during WWI Paolo s friend helping Paolo to finish his dive safe Italian helmet as used during WWI The WWII pirelli oxygen rebreather of Paolo s Father See you later Greetings from Paolo from Italy Trieste Januari 2009 Please sign my Guestbook E mail jw bech quicknet nl Paolo Bertoncin s little home made oxygen rebreather is a nice example that diving is in a man genes Paolo s father was a XMAS Italian war hero diving oxygen rebreathers during

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  • Mike Wescombe-Down CCRay
    make my own unit from the bits that I had lying around my workshop Sitting in their green and blue cases were a couple of new Drager Ray SCR rebreathers that I had been able to purchase very reasonably about five years ago when I was doing some SCR dive instruction I won t bore you with all of the details but suffice to say I threw away most of the gas supply plumbing and proceeded to put together one unit using off the shelf parts I dived it changed it dived it changed it you know the story Jan the I sat down and designed a whole lot of dedicated parts for it and refined them until the unit looks like the one in the photos I played with various oxygen sensors and locations even coming up with one version that worked well it looked like a bunch of tulips but was a b h to pull out through the p connector opening when I had finished diving Finally I ditched the K1D sensors which never lasted at all well and took the advice of Martin Tolksdorf and switched to PSR 11 39 TME sensors from Analytical Industries I have made up a small batch of parts thinking that I might sell the bits as a kit for users in Europe where most Rays seem to be and Martin has agreed to put some bits on his Tec Me web site It won t make me rich but the whole thing has been fun and the little CCRay is really good to dive especially after fitting my units with crutch straps to stop the thing from trying to climb off me and swim away I know the scrubber is supposed to only be good for 70 minutes but I

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  • Michael Eitel MeCCRV2
    and close even under pressure You can get them with green rubber knobs for the same price Mit freundlichen Gruessen with kind regards Christian Müller Deutsche Unterwasser Aktiengesellschaft Ringstrasse 45 D 64756 Mossautal Tel 49 6062 943 766 FAX 49 6062 943 733 UST Nr DE 188 120 224 Amtsgericht Darmstadt HRB 71180 WEB http www dtuag de Menu homebuilders Please sign my Guestbook E mail jw bech quicknet nl

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  • Michael Eitel MeCCRV2
    screwing system I could have restricted the lungs volume by increasing distance between mounting plate and this plate but this pressing together of the lungs was not necessary Maybe in next RB c Housing and pneumatic and weight considerations Housing is made with fiberglass in vacuum forming On specially stressed parts like fixation screws it s reinforced by stainless steel perforated plates All pneumatic are based on Swagelok parts and 25 bar tubes External connections for octopus inflator etc are also stainless steel parts screwed to the housing O2 bottle is carbon diluent for money reasons steel until now O2 in carbon gained 2 Kg steel replacement would bring ca 5 Kg The wing jacket has 2 lead pockets and on the sides there are sailboat rails on with additional lead can be slided With dry suit in sweet water I need 2 x 2 Kg in the pockets and 2 Kg on the Oxygen bottles side Battery tank is also on the Oxygen side I have different 12 cell NiMH tanks 7 Ah and 2 5 Ah Last is enough for 2 hours of lamp operation and as I use my dimmable high efficiency LED lamp Constant max 1 700 lumen is to much This tank has ca 1 Kg d O2 sensors The sensors must stay in the RB So I need a way to protect them while cleaning I positioned three as triangle in housing and used a 45 degrees turnable plate with three holes in front of them as a valve The trick is that the sensors are screwed through the plate so they overlap ca 1 5 mm Then it is enough to place O rings around them The O rings stay in position Pressing the plate again these O rings gives a nice watertight construction You can easily test the tightness by closing the valve and wait a couple of hours You will see your ppO2 falling e O2 Measurement My last version has three boxes On the first glance that seems to complicated but is the result of an experience process In the front I have a combined armature with hand O2 diluent injector O2 manometer and O2 display 4 digits 14mm self lighting green when in dark and showing battery voltage when approached by a magnet and super bright blue led to display alarms The display is completely casted in resin Hidden between body and mounting plate there is the also completely casted main electronic Via a screw joint outside of the RB I can adjust O2 slope and high O2 alarm Last in the chain is the battery tank including reed contact The according switch is also outside of the RB body The battery last ca 500 hours when light switches on f Cleaning and service After dive I unplug my breathing tube modified Dolphin and close by two small plastic plugs If I have to change chalk I unscrew the four screws and drag the scrubber ca 5cm back Closing

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  • Erik Ballast Manual CCR
    right R ight rich gas I marked the bottles and added a green knob to make the difference clear The original rebreather housing can be used and is not in mechanical stress because of the stainless frame I chose to be able to inject oxygen and diluent manually Many rebreathers are depending on an ADV for flushing the loop by inhaling through the mouth and exhaling through the nose When my oxygen is high the last thing I want is to take another breath of the high PPO2 mixture I have installed two ports available at http www tecme de for injection The red ring which is on the exhale side is for oxygen I chose the exhale side because the oxygen can than better mix and has to make his way through the scrubber first My PPO2 monitoring is of course in the inhale lung When you add oxygen straight in the inhale lung to my opinion the cells can not give an accurate information It is possible to inject the oxygen right in to the cells which is not exact PPO2 you are breathing On the Inhale side I have installed a port for diluent injection If my PPO2 is too high I want to be able to boost diluent immediately into the lung not to depend on the ADV which gives a delay De connections are simple inflator hoses Easy to connect and disconnect Easy to install in about five minutes The frame I made from stainless steel I just bought a strip and bended it into shape with the curves of the original shell To give it stability I added a strip on top and on the lower side It can stand alone even with the bottles attached This is the backside of the frame Side view of the frame To hold the bottles in place and to make sure they don t twist or turn I installed a curved bracket in the shape of the bottles With normal straps they are held in place The frame is easy for vacations cause it is small and also bigger size bottle can be fitted Here the 3 liter bottles are attached I used Inspiration bottles With APValves valves for easy opening and closing while in use As first stages I used the very reliable Apeks DS4 The oxygen side has been made closed with a ring from www tecme de I also installed an overpressure valve to protect the oxygen booster Top view of all components installed It can be put on the Dolphin in 1 hour In the middle you see the two ports for injecting diluent and oxygen On the diluent side left I installed a three way mid pressure manifold block to connect the bail out octopus the inflator for the wing and the drysuit inflator Top view with bottles The oxygen booster from Submatix available at Submatix or www scubaservices nl in The Netherlands I connected the booster on the pre s sure

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  • Cis Lunar Radial Scrubber
    were made We are close to the launching of the MK6 Keep this link availalble http www cis lunar se The scrubbers were designed by Bill Stone who works on several projects now Please check his website here http www stoneaerospace com products pages products manned closed eclss php Menu homebuilders Updates Speedmenu Search page Webshop Home Therebreathersite Mainmenu Search this Website Information about RB Photo galleries Historical Information Links

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