If you've shelled out thousands of pounds chances are your broke. So saving the pennies becomes important.Please would someine explain to me the concept of paying thousands of pounds for life support equipment then skimping on this? Just seems a bit odd to me as a Health Professional.
I wasn't asking for a form of penny pinching but for the science behind it, a material that diminishes through absorption if in a sealed container, i.e. not absorbing, should be good.Please would someine explain to me the concept of paying thousands of pounds for life support equipment then skimping on this? Just seems a bit odd to me as a Health Professional.
Good for you, glad your happy. Personally I don't have the experiance of diving seriously out of date lime to make a favourable judgement call on it - so ill stick to my in date stuff my 2pOh get real. The chemistry is far too simple to go off.
If anybody has some scary expired stuff please send it to me.
I've dived half used fills that were months old too.
And how does that happen then?If you can get your hands on a container of lime thats well out of date tip some into a dish then compair it with lime thats in date in another dish!
You will notice the old lime is very chalky, dry and very powdery the new lime will be moist and darker in appearance? fresh and safe to use, the granuals lock closer together when moist forming a tighter scrubber stopping a breakthrough or channeling
is it really worth taking a chance