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Do you need to keep old vis stickers on a tank.

Discussion in 'Do It Yourself - DIY' started by nes999, Apr 10, 2012.

  1. redacted

    redacted Guest

    The RNC -

    Ridiculous Nitrox Claims
  2. Gilldiver

    Gilldiver Contributor

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Northeast US
    I think you should take the stickers off every now and then, these two were on two steel 72's that I had in the back of the garage. I stripped the stickers and paint off of them and made them into a nice set of doubles for a friend.

    Do you think I left them on long enough?

  3. ams511

    ams511 Contributor

    # of Dives: I just don't log dives
    Location: Miami, Florida
    It would have been cooler if they had a bicentennial VIP sticker.

    BTW: What is the best method to remove them. I have a tank with a bunch of stickers on it.
  4. Bhtmec2

    Bhtmec2 Contributor

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Puerto Rico
    I use a plastic putty knife and slowly work at pulling them off. I use goo gone to get the gum off...... Not fast but will not mar the paint of tank or cause any damage to the tank.

    I warm them up with a heat gun on low to make them easier to lift also.

    Sure there are other ways
  5. NAM001

    NAM001 Contributor

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: the moon
    mY UNDERSTANDING IS THAT the sticker is only required to be on the tank if the tank has >40% O2 which is a flag not to fill with other than hyper e air. With out the sticker you can fill with <40% and use grade e air. I would guess that when pp filling was the way to fill, it then by default required the sticker on all nitrox tanks. Banked nitrox < 40% was not in the thought process for the sticker requirement.

    For sticker removal i use a hair dryer and peel them off so as not to scrape the tank. My only scars are from hydro stamping.

  6. ScUbAoPoLiS

    ScUbAoPoLiS New

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: San Diego, CA

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