ChuckyBob wrote:Yes you are required to have a nitrox sticker on the tank to have it filled with nitrox.
ChuckyBob wrote:The question is will the dive shop fill it regardless?
binklebonk wrote:I have a couple of these if you want Packy.
No good for anyone using a "by the letter" shop but if you are blending yourself they do a fine job.
ChuckyBob wrote:There are certain requirements about the size, font and shade of green for the stickers.
MikeB wrote:Yes, I believe some of the 15 L cylinders are "approved" for Nitrox.ChuckyBob wrote:There are certain requirements about the size, font and shade of green for the stickers.
I refuse to cover any of my cylinders with any of this rubbish. I will only mark my cylinders according to the GUE standards, as I believe this is the most sensible and safest method. Listen to the presentation by Leigh Bishop about Carl Spencer's death...
I have never had any issues getting fills at any decent diving center using this marking system. Also I only O2 "clean" cylinders that will have mixes above 40% in them - everywhere I get fills uses continuous flow blending, so it is not an issue.
ChuckyBob wrote:There are certain requirements about the size, font and shade of green for the stickers. Probably best if you just buy them from who ever fills your tanks. But expect to pay a premium for "just a sticker"
My self I am on the look out for O2, DIL and TX stickers.
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