Mailport May 2012 Issue

Mailport: May 2012


The AyeTides XL iPad app, designed by Hahn Software, that we reviewed in the April 2012 issue does not need an Internet connection to access tide and current predictions. Other information was given in the print article.

On page 17 of the March 2012 issue, the report on antifouling paints after 30 months incorrectly listed Interlux Micron CSC as one of the paints scoring Good. The article instead should have listed Interlux Micron 66.

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Here is another ready resource for both the carbon granuels and cartridges. Use their search engine for activated carbon; carbon filters; carbon water filters. You might decide to buy a traditional water filter with an activated carbon element. look for the block type. The granuels in cellulose is not much carbon and will not last long. the elements with packed granuels or porous block type provide the greatest mass of carbon for the buck.

Posted by: MARK H | May 8, 2012 9:46 PM    Report this comment

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