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Old 12th May 2009, 21:25   #1 (permalink)
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Light-mCCR finished

The Lightwight - mCCR Rebreather is now finished. I will test it next week and post how it work. Here are more pics of the finished product. The new one is a small mCCR with a Kiss style orifice system with a HUD and a OSTC for monitoring the 3 oxygen - cells.Filter is radial and has ca. 1,20 Kg of sofnolime.
The harness works as a small BCD and has two big pockets for wight.
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Old 18th May 2009, 17:16   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Light-mCCR finished

Bravo!!

What a beautiful piece of work. Can you give us more details? Is it mixed gas or just pure O2? Did you form the shell yourself?

More, more!!:)

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Old 18th May 2009, 19:50   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Light-mCCR finished

Hi, yes the shell is made by my brother in fiberglass. All main parts are self made ( houses and OPV are from dräger).
It is a mCCR with a Kiss style orifice system (0,7l O2 flow), has 3 O2 Oxygen Cells. Monitor is a OSTC Computer on all 3 cells and a HUD. I made a integrated harness witch works also as a BCD and where I can fix the diluent tank.

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Quote: (Originally Posted by gerstl_ossi) View Original Post
Hi, yes the shell is made by my brother in fiberglass. All main parts are self made ( houses and OPV are from dräger).
It is a mCCR with a Kiss style orifice system (0,7l O2 flow), has 3 O2 Oxygen Cells. Monitor is a OSTC Computer on all 3 cells and a HUD. I made a integrated harness witch works also as a BCD and where I can fix the diluent tank.

Cheers Ossi
Really, really nice. Have fun with it and be safe.

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I'm again very impressed by the quality and design of your homebuilts.

Amazing work, congratulations
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Re: Light-mCCR finished

could not figure out where the scrubber goes and its connections to hoses, maybe another photo of the innards

great work and of course designing.

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Old 26th May 2009, 19:34   #7 (permalink)
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Re: Light-mCCR finished

Yesterday the new, small unit getwet, not a really deep dive, something like 170..... no, not feet, cm:D. But the new baby worked really well. It is so fast to gear up, that's fun, no weight belt, some weight in the two pockets of the integrated BCD- Harness, clip on the rebreather and go.
I loadet a video on the homebuilder gallery. It is in poor quality as I was not able to upload a bigger file.
Cheers Oswald

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