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  1. #11
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    call your local welding supply and ask about it

    Inferno Forge

    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by weld_13 View Post
    reread and dont think he meant the post was dumb just the rule. sorry
    I didn't take it that he thought the post was stupid np. I figured he thought the rule was. Was just explaining their reasoning as a friend of mine had run into it once. Hope I wasnt taken as smart** reply LOL.

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    cool, thanks very much for your replies
    On the way home from work, I realized I forgot to call Gaspro..
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    Quote Originally Posted by WolfmanJack13 View Post
    I didn't take it that he thought the post was stupid np. I figured he thought the rule was. Was just explaining their reasoning as a friend of mine had run into it once. Hope I wasnt taken as smart** reply LOL.
    yeh hope no hard feelings
    welding...its awsome

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    none at all
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  6. #16
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    One time some scuba divers panted an aluminum tank with enamel and baked it. When it was filled to 3000 psi badness happened!

    r90s

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    Badness isn't the word. I'm a SCUBA diver and those tanks are filled to 4500-5000psi.

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    5000psi when hydroed. Unless you know someone dumb enough to do it while normally diving?
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    would the enamal have an efect on the tank?? or was the baking the problem as it caused it to become brittle and burst insted of streching a lil bit when filled??
    eather way, that dose sound a bit past a badness happend.
    thanks for the help
    ......or..........
    hope i helped

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bert View Post
    5000psi when hydroed. Unless you know someone dumb enough to do it while normally diving?
    4500 when diving though it seems like some of the dive shops like to skimp a few hundred pounds on you at times . Everyware i dove in caymens gives you about 75 pounds extra. They realy treat divers well down there.

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