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Coastguard Protects Shipwrecks from Looters #scuba #podcast


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Coastguard Protects Shipwrecks from Looters #scuba #podcast
This week, a couple of job opportunities, aggressor liveaboards are making liveaboards cheaper, swedish coast guard is protecting shipwrecks from looters and 8 freediving world records have been broken at a recent competition
#scuba #scubadiving #scubadiver
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https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2023/aug/01/baltic-sea-swedish-coastguards-saving-shipwrecks-from-looters

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Joshua Cameron
Joshua Cameron
6 months ago

Hi Mark, I watched your other video on the best colours for kit and how colours change/react at depth. My follow on question is what president or rules are there to follow when painting your cylinders? I remember vividly that the tank I learned to dive with at age 11 was fluorescent pink, now 21years later my friend who works as a full time powder coater thinks it might be a laugh to replicate that seeing as I’m now a bearded 6’3 bloke. It certainly would make me stand out in a crowd but I also wouldn’t want to limit where my cylinders could be used/filled etc. P.S I’m UK based if that makes any difference. Thanks as ever, Regards Josh #askmark

Scuba Diver Magazine
Scuba Diver Magazine
Reply to  Joshua Cameron
6 months ago

You can do pretty much whatever you like to your cylinder, just as long as it doesn’t affect the structural integrity of the metal. Some paints and treatments can weaken the metal or cause corrosion underneath.

Just double check with the place that’s spraying your cylinder that the chemicals / heating or whatever they do to the cylinder won’t affect the strength of it and you should be alright. Also make sure that the stamps around the shoulders are all visible. If the paint fills in the stamps the filler or tester may have to sand it down to read the information.

Joshua Cameron
Joshua Cameron
Reply to  Joshua Cameron
6 months ago

@Scuba Diver Magazine thanks Mark, appreciate the time you took to answer. They have a contract to paint brand new dive tanks for a well known company, so I assume the methods they use are safe. Appreciate the information.

douglaw99
douglaw99
6 months ago

1:36 Is it fishers or fisher-them? 😂 #askmark #asksamsmith

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