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Subject: Re: Depth of hull


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Rav (Ariel)
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Date Posted: 21:57:54 13/04/2010 Tue
In reply to: Jimmy Dent 's message, "Depth of hull" on 15:36:15 19/02/2010 Fri

Jimmy -

I hope you had sucess with the NASA clipper.

Quite a few people stick the transducer to the hull with Sealant as IS said.

If you find readings are unreliable then we found that the setup in the MASA clipper manual (with the transducer suspended in a tube full of oil sikaflexed to the hull) sorted our problem out.


Rav

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