- Thanks Bryan. I appreciate that.Bryan wrote:Nothing in there that can't be made good as new again. Send me an E-mail when you tear it down after diving this year and I'll make it happen.
- Thanks for the advice Herman.Herman wrote:To prevent internal corrosion, I always rinse the cans out with warm water. As part of my cleaning of a reg after dive (or days of diving) I remove the hoses, flush them well with warm water, sling them to remove as much water as possible then leave them off until the next dive. This prevents nasty things from growing in them. While I have the hoses off, I fill the cans with warm water, slosh it around, dump it and repeat. After the cans have set a while, I drain any remaining water. This removes any salt or funky water that may have gotten in and pretty much stops any corrosion.
It was my pleasure.... Go Kraken!SurfLung wrote:After Repairs... - Bryan wasn't kidding when he said he could make it like brand new again. I sent the #Sea Hunt Kraken in for repairs after our Summer dive season was over and wow... I'm glad I did. Compare the above picture with the earlier one showing all the corrosion. But it wasn't all just for looks. The next picture shows all of the inside parts he replaced. This thing really is like brand new inside!
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