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(@jamie-alderson)
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28/09/2019 8:07 pm  

Hello all,

Following the flooding a couple of months ago, what I managed to find of my diving kit had spent some time submerged in a sewage/mud concoction... 

Any advice on the best way to have it cleaned? Not sure I fancy aspirating sewage particles... 

Cheers

 James


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(@john-cordingley)
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29/09/2019 7:01 am  

Hello Jamie - sounds like you're now back on your feet after an awful summer.

What about doing it yourself using one of the disinfecting products which are used to stop nasties growing inside rebreathers? After all, this is sold for use with with diving equipment. There would be a cost involved in obtaining such a product but probably a lot cheaper than if you "have it cleaned". 

There's plenty of rebreather pilots in the CDG, who could probably advise further. 


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(@andrew-ward)
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29/09/2019 9:40 am  

https://surgicaldirectsupplies.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=315

Seems to work, although some I am sure can mix a better solution from the contents of the kitchen cupboard  🙂 

Andrew

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(@john-carter)
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29/09/2019 11:23 am  

I use virkon s. Can bring some to NS meeting 


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