Re: Making Nitrox


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Posted by Dale on December 19, 2004 at 06:57:53:

In Reply to: Re: Making Nitrox posted by matt on December 18, 2004 at 07:08:15:

I bought a 5 cfm gas model made by Coltri Sub. Bought it from American Airworks out of West Virginia, but it was shipped from Oxnard, CA. I think it came from Nuvair. Paid $5,ooo.oo for it. I bought the gas model so I could take it to remote locations. It does the job, not the fastest compressor, but it can run continuously and I can fill about 10 tanks in 2 hours. My good friend Eric S. built a nitrox stick for me using the plans from Vances book. It works great, continuous blending is a lot easier and safer than partial pressure blending. But you will learn all about that in a blending course, make sure you take one before you get into your own blending.


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