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joeyro16 - 7/17/2012 11:55 AM
Category: Health & Safety
Replies: 8

I have been thinking about this alot since someone from my hometown (Calgary) died in Mexico due to contaminated air (probably) Anyone else worry about their fill when in a remote area? http://www.undercurrent.org/UCnow/d-+++-ive_magazine/2012/PoisoningRisk201207.html
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LatitudeAdjustment - 7/17/2012 12:23 PM
Not just remote area’s, LDS’s that get lax and/or cheap and I was on one respected liveaboard when a crew member didn’t install the filter properly, Captain caught it and flushed all of the tanks.
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joeyro16 - 7/17/2012 12:25 PM
Scary. Ever think about buying a tester?
http://www.analox.net/proddetail.php?productid=91&ref=22
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caves4me - 7/17/2012 2:38 PM
Analox makes a good CO tester. I carry Co- Pro in my kit. http://co-pro.com/
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joeyro16 - 7/17/2012 2:58 PM
is that a disposable one use? looks like a great idea
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John_giu - 7/18/2012 1:52 AM
From caves4me: Analox makes a good CO tester. I carry Co- Pro in my kit. http://co-pro.com/...
not a bad price to pay if you consider it will last probably a day of diving. To late for my Mexico trip. Wish me luck.
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caves4me - 7/18/2012 2:20 AM
Very handy to have and easy to use, safe trip John!
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mikey1077 - 7/18/2012 3:15 PM
it looks like it should be good for a year or two analox recommends the sensor be replaced every two years wonder how much that costs
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caves4me - 7/18/2012 5:23 PM
Depends where you buy the sensor, last time I looked it was between $150 - $170, it’s really a good investment especially when it may save your life.