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stairman
08-12-2008, 18:14
TECHDIVINGLIMITED.COM (http://www.techdivinglimited.com/pub/tanks.html)

character157
08-12-2008, 19:02
Good stuff...Its all on the chart! I think the most amazing tank is last one on the list-almost -47 empty!

No Misses
08-12-2008, 19:43
Wow, that Hiezer 190 can bend you twice! The first bend comes when you hoist the ~100 lb bottle (full) into your back. The second happens when you try to empty it on a single dive.

hooligan
08-12-2008, 19:49
Good info thanks for posting.

Daved
08-12-2008, 20:38
That steel seems to be a bit on the heavy side---
one would want to insure more than a little air in BCD before jumping in---

RoyN
08-13-2008, 00:48
The chart messed up my weighting when I was using the Faber LP95 doubles. Had to go to Blue steel's website with their charts to find out about it.

Jenn
08-13-2008, 07:29
Nice chart thanks for sharing. Hope you have a great day.

Aussie
08-13-2008, 07:39
I wish it had internatonal cylinder chart also so I can compare with the cylinders that we have here in Australia. I doesnt mention Faber 300bar rated cylinders.

Mark

ScaredSilly
08-13-2008, 09:41
Overall it is a great reference however, there are a few errors in the chart.

BoomerNJ
08-13-2008, 10:13
I hope that 100lb tank is one of those errors... Great info, thanks!

MSilvia
08-13-2008, 10:21
I've been referring to this one, at Huron Scuba, for several years. It isn't as comprehensive as some others, but it's been pretty accurate with the tanks I've checked.

http://www.huronscuba.com/equipment/scubaCylinderSpecification.html