Miscellaneous Resources

When reviewing these resources, please consider carefully the date it was posted as well as any warnings.

Talk to Chuck Noe about various miscellaneous items

Info on the Aladin Pro computer (the classic version): http://www.uwatec.com/english/SPEC-FR.htm

Replace the Aladin Pro battery with the TADIRAN TL2100T available from http://www.mouser.com for $6.65 usd. Their catalog number is 667-TL2100T.

The Nitek 3 battery can be replaced with the CR123A; the mouser part number is: 573-CR123A, @ $3.50 each.

Inner tubes for protecting wings: Radial Tube, M/MR14/15

DIN Plugs: http://www.cavediver.com/gulftex/gtprod.htm

O-Rings: http://www.americanseal.com/

O2 Analysers / He Analysers

Jack Vilas & Assoc Incorporated
701 Federal Ave
Morgan City, LA 70380-3544
Phone: 504-384-8012

RC Dive Technology
http://world.std.com/~rcdtech/ $179.99

Jet Fin Spring Straps

Rumor has it that spring straps for Jet Fins can be had by
contacting the fellow at this email address: MIXDIVER@infoave.net

Also try here.

Aluminum tank paint stripper:

"The other day, Steve Dittner suggested I buy a product made by
Mar-Hyde Corporation (I'm sure Dupont has something similar) called
TAL-STRIP II Aircraft Coating Remover. I bought it at Discount Auto Parts,
and it comes in a spray can like spray paint. Let me tell you that this
stuff is the best stripper for paint on aluminum that I have found. I
simply sprayed a hefty coat on the tank, then after about 15 minutes of
"boiling", I took some plastic steel wool, and brushed the old paint right
off. The neck of the tank was harder to do for some reason. I had to spray
it on twice to get the neck paint off. But, the overall process was far
less messy and stressful than using Bix"

Nylon braided twine

Memphis Net & Twine Co, Inc
2481 Matthews Ave.
P.O. Box 80331
Memphis, Tennessee 38108

Tel. (901)458-2656
FAX (901)458-1601
Toll free 1-800-238-6380

e-mail memnet@netten.net

I believe the line you are looking for is their stock No. TWB which
comes in various sizes from 9 to 72. Those are line sizes not mm.

Here is the diameter equivalent in inches.

Size 9 = .042"
size 12= .046"
size 15= .051"
size 18= .058"
size 21= .065"
size 24= .073"
size 30= .078"
size 36= .085"
size 48= .103"
size 60= .116"
size 72= .125" ( 1/8")