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Forum: Scrubbers and Absorbents

Forum to discuss all aspects of Scrubbers, Absorbents and Scrubber Architecture.

  1. Sticky Thread Sticky: DIVELIME - Free Intersorb 812 Promotional Pack

    DIVELIME will be appearing at the LIDS 2011 show at Excel in London on 26th/27th March. We have a number of promotional packs of Intersorb 812 (5...

    Started by Divelime‎, 3rd March 2011 09:18
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  2. Sticky Thread Sticky: Manufacturer's WARNING - AMSORB

    Team, I wanted to share this post from the Inspiration list by Martin Parker earlier today. ...

    Started by diverklondike‎, 19th July 2007 12:00
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    27th March 2009, 05:45 Go to last post
  3. Lightbulb Sticky Thread Sticky: Need your feed back

    Hi I am Stephen Lyons one of the team here at Molecular Products Ltd (the makers of Sofnolime), I have joined the site to gain feedback from the...

    Started by Molecular Products Ltd‎, 11th October 2006 14:50
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  1. Get to know your friendly CO2 Absorbent

    I was doing a little research and came across this long but interesting paper put out by Grace the maker of Sodasorb. I found it quite informative to...

    Started by jkaterenchuk‎, 23rd July 2008 17:37
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    24th July 2008, 05:46 Go to last post
  2. One more sofnolime vs spherasorb discussion

    I have been using sofnolime both for my Meg and for my previous pSRC rebreather and have only once tested spherasorb (so have limited experience) and...

    Started by gtzavelas‎, 13th July 2008 21:44
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    13th July 2008, 22:36 Go to last post
  3. scrubber safety margin

    Hi all, I dive a rebreather using a dolphin loop with a dolphin canister. recently my buddy surfaced and was sick (nausea), this was...

    Started by jmurba‎, 23rd May 2008 08:04
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    4th June 2008, 04:27 Go to last post
  4. Sofnolime Bermuda? How?

    Hello, I will be flying to Bermuda for a cave project, any one know how to get sofnolime there? I was planning on checking 3 44lb jugs as extra...

    Started by divetoyourmax‎, 22nd May 2008 12:24
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    23rd May 2008, 22:13 Go to last post
  5. Sorb life

    Refresh my memory. I know this topic has been discussed extensively. I packed my CK scrubber canister with fresh sorb (sofnolime 408 mesh) last...

    Started by Mike Costanzo‎, 16th May 2008 11:40
    • Replies: 8
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    23rd May 2008, 19:45 Go to last post
  6. Disposing of Absorbent

    Is there any beneficial use of used absorbent? Is there an environmentally friendly way to dispose of it? It's amazing how much of it we're going...

    Started by w ripley‎, 3rd May 2008 22:45
    • Replies: 9
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    7th May 2008, 07:41 Go to last post
  7. Buying sorb in The Netherlands

    Where can I order sorb for delivery in the Netherlands? (besides PTD en RWstore)

    Started by weirdo1‎, 22nd April 2008 08:02
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    25th April 2008, 06:28 Go to last post
  8. inspiration half fill adaptor

    Has anyone made or thought of making a half fill scrubber adaptor for the ybod? (vision):confused: Cheers Tony

    Started by toe‎, 12th November 2007 19:12
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  9. Sodasorb HP - 4/8 Mesh

    A budy of mine pointed out that Oxycheq sells their Sodasorb HP - 4/8 Mesh for $85. Even with shipping it's quite a bit less expensive than other...

    Started by tamorgen‎, 18th April 2008 16:54
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    18th April 2008, 17:38 Go to last post
  10. Chemistry of CO2 Neutralisation - Can weight be used as an indicator of scruber life?

    The chemical composition of soda lime is pretty much known. It is a mixture of NaOH (or KOH) at a percentage of around 4% and Ca(OH)2. These are...

    Started by diveoceanos‎, 31st March 2008 10:13
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  11. Gripo Sorb ????

    Anyone heard of this stuff? Dave

    Started by Dave1w‎, 7th April 2008 13:13
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    8th April 2008, 07:04 Go to last post
  12. Dust & me

    My last dive has been done with an ARO C96 'Castoro' (100% o2 ccr). I was surprised on the first inspiration to breath some dust of sorb (nothing...

    Started by ebourzeix‎, 26th February 2008 01:00
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    27th February 2008, 13:52 Go to last post
  13. Storing sofnolime in scrubber housing!!!

    Any Recommendations on storing sofnolime after only 1hrs use for periods of up to three weeks? should it be replaced or does it have much effect of...

    Started by Stewart McMickan‎, 27th April 2007 16:09
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  14. Potentially relevant new sorb technology

    Read this on the news today. New materials can selectively capture CO2, scientists say

    Started by Gilles‎, 15th February 2008 23:59
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    18th February 2008, 12:29 Go to last post
  15. Sorb in Phoenix?

    Does anyone have some idea as to where to buy sofnolime in Phoenix AZ? Whether it's at a medical supplier or dive shop. Thank you for the...

    Started by zzzzzzzz‎, 14th February 2008 03:21
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    16th February 2008, 17:48 Go to last post
  16. volume or weight of absorbant?

    Hey gang, From a practical standpoint, would you prefer to see scrubber specs based on volume of the cannister, or weight of absorbant held? ...

    Started by OceanOpportunity‎, 1st February 2008 23:58
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    4th February 2008, 03:49 Go to last post
  17. Dive Sorb from Dräger

    Hi, as it is more and more complicated to find Dive Sorb from Dräger (for a fair price), I intend to change for Sofnolime or another sorb, why...

    Started by Humuhumu‎, 4th January 2008 13:46
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    3rd February 2008, 19:06 Go to last post
  18. Sofnolime chemistry

    Hello divers, My 20 years old daughter, Marine, has to write a paper in Chemical Engineering and she chose to explain the chemistry in...

    Started by watalibi‎, 29th January 2008 08:31
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    30th January 2008, 00:57 Go to last post
  19. Chemistry and Physics in sealed part-used scrubbers

    The reactions in soda-lime which absorb CO2 are fairly well known: CO2 + 2NaOH > Na2Co3 + H2O + heat Na2Co3 + Ca(OH)2 > 2NaOH + CaCO3 The...

    Started by Sutty‎, 19th September 2007 00:38
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  20. Scrubber Golem in France

    Hello all, That fact I ordered my radial scrubber Golem :) Who uses it on a Meg' in France?

    Started by Captain‎, 24th January 2008 06:00
    • Replies: 2
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    24th January 2008, 13:17 Go to last post

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