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Old 24 May 2003, 05:01   #11
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Re: Hi Mike

Originally posted by Manos
If is too deep there no solution I don't think unless you employ the expertise of a NITROX or REBREATHER diver/s
Manos, the maximum safe depth for air diving is deeper than that of nitrox (unless you reduce the ppO2 levels !!! - not sure how tho').

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Old 24 May 2003, 05:54   #12
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Phil it was suppose to be a joke. LOLOL

I thought that NITROX could go deeper than air and also last longer (saw that in STONEY COVE when people were trainig). Possibly you are correct though. I don't know.

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Old 27 May 2003, 07:10   #13
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I lost a 5hp of the back of a dingy a few years back. At low tide it was stuck straight up in the mud. Looked like it had been placed their. Got it back though it was never quite the same again.

Good luck finding it.

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