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Re: Altitude pressures in bagged fish
I did the reverse MD to HI and no problems, but the bags were not tied
tight. Also finding that living up at 4000 feet elevation helps. If I do
the bags tight here at a lower air pressure, they deflate as I get down to
sea level. Then if they get into a lower pressurized compartment for
shipping with the pressure approximately that of 4000 feet or so, no
problems for my bags.
BTW was Gaithersburg south of Fredrick?
> I have had bags that leaked on the long flight from Hawaii to Maryland,
> which could have been caused by the pressure of the ain in the bag.
> I think it's like a RO filter, no pressure, no water. Too much pressure,
> damage to the membrane and impurities.
> Drummond Howard
> Gaithersburg, Maryland
> >From: Charles n Sue Harrison <csharrison at accessus_net>
> >Reply-To: killietalk at aka_org
> >To: killietalk at aka_org
> >Subject: Re: Altitude pressures in bagged fish
> >Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2001 10:24:11 -0500
> >OK Bob, your point is well taken. Am I just too gullable? Or are
> >these people looking for answers.
> >Bob's answer applies if the bag is rigid, mine is the true if the bag
> >inflates, ie wasn't tied tight.
> >Charles H
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