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    Quote Originally Posted by SoggyBottoms View Post
    500 msw!

    "Baldrick, my brown pantaloons"

    You know what really angers me about saturation diving today..........It's shown in this video.
    Fit young men standing around and poking about with stuff they know little about, one even had his hands in his pockets while that poor old boy has to pretty much dress himself and gets do all the work.

    Just typical of young folk today stand around idle chewing gum and let that poor old man lift that heavy helmet and do all the work himself.
    Should be ashamed of themselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad_Horn View Post
    Paul,

    Indeed they have. The Cobra is probably the premium secondary life support system available for commercial use!

    OSEL is the European supplier for Micropore EACs; of which the Cobra is designed around.

    Regards
    Brad
    You can only put so much real estate on a dives back, and if that space is used for the SECONDAY life support , then its safe to say your fooked .

    Ps
    If no bail out and rotowink says all,s good ,
    How often are your eac.s / consumables replaced , 3 units per bell. may keep you both in cheap court shoe,s
    Just more wordsmithery and bollox .

    Pdf on the extend air cartridges please.
    along with a pdf with the avg number of bailouts per year in commercial sat diving lol

    talk about getting bit in the arse ,

    Brad
    Think i read,
    that a part used micropore EAC can sit in the arse end of a apox for two week,s and still be used. So id think one EAC that,s unused would OUT last a 3 week sat run.
    you could be looking at making 45 quid off the back of a several million pound sat job ,
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    so you have all done it again you have woken Bralex you fools get ready for more rubbish.

    Bralex tell me again when are the electronics being supplied to the EA's, pipe dreams live on.

    alby

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    Brad also wanted to ask if you could say how the online training/annual tune up was going.

    Only ask as iv seen no apox divers out and about this year did they all fail

    Your Apocalypse Type IV iCCR carries out a set of checks each time you
    use it. Those checks may indicate a fault. If you cannot correct the fault
    yourself, without using tools, then return the unit to a factory appointed
    service centre.
    Material and design faults are covered by warranty for the
    life of the product, where the rebreather has been
    properly maintained.
    The electronics and the gas system of the rebreather has to be returned once
    a year for a factory service.
    This replaces O Rings, replaces the oxygen sensors, checks the unit, and performs any safety upgrades that may not have warranted a recall. There is a charge for the
    annual service.
    You too need an annual tune up: you will need to go on line to
    www.deadlife.co.uk/training.php and enter your unit serial number, then it will provide any updates you need and reminders through a short Question-Answer form.
    The On-line training will verify your contact details should we need to do a
    product recall or field upgrade, and then ask some questions to remind you
    of the theory needed to use your rebreather safely,including a simulated
    dive with faults. You should assign 30 minutes to this process.
    When you pass the skills reminder, and then enter the PIN code into your iCCR for
    another happy year of diving.
    If you leave the On-line training for more than 18 months then your iCCR monitor will not function: it will warn you of this
    .
    If you fail the on-line training, then suitable self-study training material will
    be sent to you, which may include .MPG videos or parts of manuals. Study
    that and retry: the questions will be different but themes the same. If you
    fail this, then you need to contact an instructor to retrain you and enable your unit.
    For your own safety, and that of your dive buddy, if the factory service
    reveals particularly dangerous dive practices, then you may be asked to take a more rigorous skills test.

    Talk about delusions of grandeur lol

    feeking megalomaniac
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    Where is the factory these days?

    How many Scottish jobs did your sugar daddy's vanity project create with all that cash you got off Holyrood?

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    Is there any PDFs ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by gobfish1 View Post
    ..........
    You too need an annual tune up: you will need to go on line to
    www.deadlife.co.uk/training.php and enter your unit serial number, then it will provide any updates you need and reminders through a short Question-Answer form.
    The On-line training will verify your contact details should we need to do a product recall or field upgrade, and then ask some questions to remind you of the theory needed to use your rebreather safely,including a simulated dive with faults.
    Freudian slip on the link perhaps?! Dead project indeed.

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    This is brilliant, subscribing to this thread now!

    Think I got in at #28, let's see how it goes :-)

    A new PDF, lol. Nice to see the unreleased iCCR is being updated, in secret, with no sales or customers.

    In case it changes I've based this gem paragraph here. Let's wait for Brad or Alex (assume he is banned though).

    When will we get the answer to the end-tidal question posed 10 years ago on Yorkshire-Divers?

    Matt.

    5. iCCR Monitor Shipping StatusOur iCCR Monitor is the only product we have on hold – all other products that have passed certificationare in production and are shipping.Our iCCR is fully CE and Functional Safety certified. It is on hold simply because we identified anadditional hazard in field data from accident analysis of recreational rebreather fatalities on a thirdparty's rebreather. That hazard is the user ignoring a reported NO DIVE status and diving due to beingin a remote location that has taken a lot of effort to reach, at high cost, along with a good measureof peer pressure. As a result of more than one of these incidents, we made the decision to upgradethe actuator mechanism in the ALVBOV to deal with this new issue, before we sent large numbers ofiCCRs out. This has been done and we have been working through the rest of the functional safetyprocess with regard to that change.At this time we are anticipating that the iCCR Monitor fitted with solid state O2 sensors operatingalongside traditional galvanic O2 sensors and end-tidal CO2 monitoring will resume shipping by theend of 2018.We have refunded all iCCR Early Adopter (EA) who requested this. All iCCR EAs can also switch toany of our other products, at heavily discounted rates, just by contacting our support team.

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    The then and now


    Training dea.s


    It was DC taught me, and Mark Reeves, ,
    Now I ignored my training as soon as I received it,

    another gem from 2005,
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