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owwww.....forgot that one. :blinking:
You can see I don't dive nitrox all to often.
Of course spray painting EANX w/ stencils seems like a better choice IMO.
Argh. I despise those stickers. I had a shop argue with me and refuse to fill unless I let them put one on my tank. I left and go my gas elsewhere.
Interesting. All my tanks have the original vis sticker on them that is all frayed at the edges. All three tanks have since been through hydro and 2 vis inspections at the same shop--different than the original vis shop. 2 have been "upgraded" to nitrox recently. I also have scubaboard stickers on all 3 tanks which just went through the latest vis without being removed. I wonder if I should worry...
OP the answer is no you do need need to leave the old stickers on, but in the states you need the current sticker if the hydro is over one year old..