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    Getting up to speed, scrubber and 02 sensors

    Have moved to South Carolina , and am out of my element. Need good place to buy scrubber material and O2 sensor for Dolphin w\oxyguage. Anyone currently rebreather diving and living in the upstate area?

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    Re: Getting up to speed, scrubber and 02 sensors

    I'm on the west coast, let me know if I can help,
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    Re: Getting up to speed, scrubber and 02 sensors

    There's several of us Scott, both on and off this forum. Your welcome to PM me if you want to join some of our dives.:)

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    Re: Getting up to speed, scrubber and 02 sensors

    If Drager Divesorb is as expensive as it is in the UK, the same scrubber that Inspo and other RB's use will work in the Drager.

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    Re: Getting up to speed, scrubber and 02 sensors

    Yup, Divesorb is spendy. As alternative I wanted to try Spereasorb in the Drager and liked it. I found a source by writing the US rep for the manufacturer and they referred me to a local medical supplier. While not in my location it was minutes from a friend's house. And it was 2/3 the cost of Divesorb.

    I can dig through my old emails and get you a contact if you are interested. They would probably give you a couple of suppliers in your area.

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    Re: Getting up to speed, scrubber and 02 sensors

    I've used Spherasorb too, again it's about half the cost of the Drager stuff [£60/20kg as opposed to £120, double the figures for US dollars]. It's less dusty than 797 1-2.5mm and is less likely to have bits drop through the mesh.

    I've not noticed any WOB dofference between any of the options.

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