Golem Radial Scrubber

Golem Radial Scrubber

Golem Radial scrubber is an alternative to other scrubbers in Megalodon Rebreathers.

  • It will fit Standard Meg with an insert at the bottom (water trap) and the Movie Meg directly with absorbent pad at the bottom.
  • holds 7.5 lbs of Sodasorb 6-12 and over 8 lbs of Sofnolime 8-12 - longer duration
  • radial scrubbers have generally lower breathing resistance
  • can function even with substantial amount of water in the can
  • spring-loaded lid to prevent settling during transport
  • very durable - machined from delrin and stainless steel.
In stock
 
With spacer for 1st Gen Hammerhead
GG_RadScrb_HH1st
5.00
Regular Price: $980.00
On Sale For: $595.00
With spacer for 2nd Gen Hammerhead
GG_RadScrb_HH@nd
5.00
Regular Price: $980.00
On Sale For: $595.00
With Spacer for Meg std can
GG_RadScrb_MEG
5.00
Regular Price: $980.00
On Sale For: $595.00

Customer Reviews
(4.80)
# of Ratings: 10
1. on 10/21/2016, said:
8 lbs of Sofnolime the best scrubber, easy to refill, low WOB, economic and safety. In extreem crisis durable more than 8h
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2. on 2/22/2012, said:
greate scrubber!!!
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3. on 12/9/2009, said:
great
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4. on 12/9/2007, said:
Excellent product. Meticulous contruction, heavy duty, it definitely is not going to break easily. Extremely low WOB and very long duration (idividual results may vary...). Every megalodon CCR should come with it.
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5. on 11/20/2006, said:
The design and construction of the Golem Gear radial scrubber is heavy duty. The tolerances of the machining are very good. The work of breathing (WOB) is significantly less than the axial. I have used the scrubber up to 5 hours at depths from 60 - 120 feet (~15-35 meters)and based on the color of the sorb had much more time left. Also dove the unit to 286 feet (86 meters) for 20 minutes with about 2 hours of deco and no issues, except a very low WOB. icicle97@msn.com
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