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Forum: General Rebreather Diving

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  1. Got a favourite site you would like to share or a query or technique for Rebreather wreck diving?

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  2. Discuss your Rebreather Cave Diving experiences - caves and caverns with your rebreather

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  1. Know you PO2!

    I dont want to trash rebreathers in any way (I used to dive one) But I think if you have not watched this yet and you think that monitoring you po2...

    Started by gbgdiver‎, 9th December 2011 21:27
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  2. General design question - flood recovery....

    As I close in on something actually divable for the K1, I'm looking at some final things I can add - or not - to the design. One of the issues is...

    Started by Genesis‎, 3rd October 2006 03:22
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  3. Thinking gauges for a minute......

    Ok guys, here's one for you to ponder.... Why do you have an oxygen pressure gauge on a hose on a CCR? I can see the point to a diluent...

    Started by Genesis‎, 11th October 2006 23:09
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  4. So it really is kinda like OC's progression.....

    Something I've noticed as I build time on the K1...... I made some minor changes to the configuration recently, and so got back in the pool to...

    Started by Genesis‎, 17th June 2007 05:34
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  5. Proceedings of Rebreather Forum 2.0.

    Thanks to DSAT/ PADI for the addition of this classic. Richardson, D; Menduno, M; Shreeves, K. (eds.) 1996. Proceedings of Rebreather Forum 2.0....

    Started by Gene_Hobbs‎, 19th August 2008 04:13
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  6. Help needed please!

    Many of you are familiar with the work I have done in creating the Rubicon Research Repository. Now, I need your help! I learned today that the...

    Started by Gene_Hobbs‎, 24th June 2010 21:22
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  7. Megalodon User guide / manual

    Hi there Does anyone know where i may obtain a users guide / manual for the Meg? Cheers

    Started by geoffc‎, 7th February 2010 11:38
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  8. The IANTD Essentials news

    The Essentials of diving have been created using IANTD basics philosophy, including physical, mental, land drills, and in-water skills preparation....

    Started by Georges Gawinowski‎, 4th April 2013 16:48
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  9. CE certification EN 14134/03 and 89/686/EEC

    Until now i thougth that the rebreather should be certified, in europe, according to the EN 14134/03 "Respiratory equipment - Self contained...

    Started by gibbogeo‎, 9th January 2006 00:26
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  10. Oxygen Generation

    I see that there are many continuous flow PSA O2 generators available for medical purposes, but the output is <= 93% +-3% Is there any reason why...

    Started by Gibbon‎, 8th June 2006 06:34
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  11. Which CCR I think is the best...for me.

    I've amanded this entry on 12/15/05 to reflect some evolution in my thinking that has come from the very helpful responses that fallowed in this...

    Started by Gill Envy‎, 13th December 2005 01:41
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  12. The PNW rebreather Pics are up

    Hey all, The PNW Rebreather Review and Experience Course Pics are up at: http://www.advanceddivermagazine.com/Promos/Bubbles/bubblesfirstpage.html ...

    Started by Gill Envy‎, 19th December 2005 22:50
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  13. terms for closing a thread...Re: Rebreather Safety: Megalodon vs. Inspiration

    i am personally very dissappointed that the thread "Rebreather Safety: Megalodon vs. Inspiration" thread got closed, and especially with a final...

    Started by Gill Envy‎, 28th April 2006 01:37
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  14. Which eCCR is most field servicable?

    It has become abundantly clear with this last trip to canada having been a real let down due to my wife's solenoid failure, that a major...

    Started by Gill Envy‎, 6th July 2006 01:25
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  15. How helpful would a CO2 monitor really be?

    Sounds like a crazy question, i know. :chin: But here is why i'm asking, when i was looking into buying a rebreather, i kept asking why there was...

    Started by Gill Envy‎, 9th August 2006 19:23
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  16. Where is the largest source of CO2 in the body?

    With all this talk of Co2 detectors, scrubber duration and breakthrough, I've started thinking about what is the greatest source of Co2 in the body,...

    Started by Gill Envy‎, 10th August 2006 20:14
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  17. seattle area sorb buying collective forming

    If you are interested in going in on a large order of sodasorb or sofnolime drop me a line with your email. I know of options for purchasing partial...

    Started by Gill Envy‎, 26th August 2006 08:28
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  18. Maybe eCCR's really aren't the wave of the future for recreational divers?

    In this thread, I would like to share our process of choosing to transition from eCCR's to mCCR's for the benefit of anyone thinking of buying their...

    Started by Gill Envy‎, 7th June 2007 19:18
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  19. How deep to you dive on air diluent?

    As I'm getting more confident in my style of diving and the set up of my rig, I am beginning to get that itch to go deeper on occasion. Since most...

    Started by Gill Envy‎, 18th January 2008 20:39
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  20. Moving from 70 to 100 Meter dives... how slow did you go?

    So I've been full trimix certified for only a year, I've had limited experience in the 70 meter range and I'd like to progress a bit deeper and 100...

    Started by Gill Envy‎, 25th May 2010 14:21
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