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Air Buddy?

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May 15, 2004
On the Air buddy, what pressure would the air come out of the mouthpiece at? It appears to be connected to the regulator 1st stage, does that mean it will flow air at approx 150psi or so?
Thanks DC
Thanks for the reply!
What I don't understand I guess is the operation of the regulator 1st stage.
Is the air pressure from the 1st stage balanced by water pressure? i.e. as you go deeper does the pressure from the 1st stage increase?
From reading the Air Buddy deatils it would appear that you would get approx 150psi at the surface (from the 1st stage), and the same pressure as you go deeper. I apologise for my ignorance. Thanks DC
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