Just how well do steel 38’s for deco stand up against modern aluminum cylinders?
I have a couple steel 38’s (1800psi) that were manufactured in the early 1970’s. بيت فاينل ivermectin dosage for humans in hindi For years, I dived them as doubles with a J-valve manifold as was common practice back then. لعبة الكازينو Eventually I split them (long, uninteresting story) and have been thinking about putting them back together to use with my old double hose regulators. oral ivermectin scabies
Before I do that, I’d like to know if anyone out there has experience using this size cylinder as a deco bottle. ivermectin sheep drench 960 ml durvet Typically, steel tanks are considered too negatively buoyant to be comfortably used slung. لعبة الروليت في الكازينو ivermectin 3 mg tablet price But, these, being only 1800psi tanks are only about 2 pounds negative when full–not too bad.
I thought I’d reach out to the tec diving world to see if anyone has used LP 38’s for deco. revectina preÃ§o ivermectin antiperasite dog I’ll probably go ahead and sling one and just see how it rides, but if you’ve ever used a similar rig, I’d like to hear your thoughts.
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Oh yeah, these have 3/4 inch valve threads, so if I use them, they’ll be DIN tanks, not yoke valves.