Take $5 of parts, combine with kitchen scissors, sharpie marker, soldering pen and hot glue gun and bingo! Hemispherical micro scrubber.
The plastic lid was given “tooth” with the soldering pen before laying down a ring of hot glue. This was then stitched through to the other side with the same tool. Then additional hot glue applied to both sides and forced through the screen. The hot glues flexibility matches well with the lid. It is a solid assembly. I threw it. Nothing budged. I will try a filled with something water soluble drop test soon. It is airtight. I haven’t got to the mounting of the counter lung or o2 port, yet.
I was planning on packing it with 8-12 to the point of minor distension, thereby assuring it stays packed, possibly using a wad of something under the screw lid. How does the board feel about me finding the weight of the sorb, guessing the duration and then doing a supervised couch dive till headache/symptoms/passing out?
This alpha version is a couch testing rig for fun. I would like to rig a spit trap and devise a tighter fitting scrubber housing. I like having no moving parts and very little dead space. I imagine a harness for an organic respirator or cartridge gas mask would work well.
Has anyone tried a hemispherical or spherical scrubber? Axial -> Radial -> Hemispherical/spherical? Retaining the heat of reaction, w.o.b., sheer niftiness…
So what do you think?