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  • Atmospheric Diving Suits
    Gordon 1895 Murray and Stuart 1896 William Robert Fasey 1896 Wilhelm Becker 1897 Alexander Gordon 1897 John and George Day 1897 James Baker Pollard 1898 James J Devine 1903 John L Watson 1903 Wichmann und Zopke 1904 Petrie and Martin 1904 Giuseppe Restucci 1906 Archibald McGregor 1906 Frank Knoff 1906 FR Gall 1906 M de Pluvy 1908 Hall and Rees 1908 Giuseppe Restucci 1911 Enos B Petrie 1911 Anton Reznicek 1911 Charles Williamson 1911 Chester E Macduffee 1912 Clay Anderson and Myron Silver 1913 1940 Neufeldt und Kuhnke 1914 Ernest Niehoff 1914 Jean F Deray 1915 Benjamin Franklin Leavitt 1915 Harry Bowdoin 1916 William S Boyd 1916 Miller and Dunn 1917 George Stolle 1917 Frank William Walters 1930 Artiglio and SS Egypt 1933 Carl Wiley and SS Islander NEW 1934 Connelly Iron Mike Please sign my Guestbook E mail jw bech quicknet nl This is the database with information about atmospheric diving suits You will find the developments starting in 1715 by John Letbridge All information about atmospheric divingsuits is welcome Pictures of actual build suits are very rare so please send me what you have got If you scroll down on this page you will find interesting info Menu

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  • Thank yo very much for supportin
    my website I would like to thank you for your support and really appreciate your contribution to my web I have made this page to cover the expences for buying

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  • Booster ROB 20 rebreather
    CE marking and parts are available all over the world Prices are netto exclusive transport to your homeadress Unit with hoses including DIN G 5 8 adaptor drive gas through standard cylinder Max pressure 280 bar Is capable of pressing 50 bar 280 bar Drivegas 8 14 bar air Suitable for oxygen and helium Can be dilevered with digital gauges on request Also available without hoses Unit is offered with

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  • John Rosheuvel LAR oxygen rebrea
    on a demand regulator thas has been found in a scubapro second stage To prevent the counterlung form collapsing it is equipped with a stainless spring A nice and simple design The counterlung is made of plastic but will be replaced by ortlieb waterbag of 10 liter Moutpiece and hoses are from DDR RG UFM and the scrubber is made in PVC In the center you see the manual bypass

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  • Unidentified 2014
    here the introduction of this very page 28 may 2010 If you have any information about this rebreather please send your information to jw bech quicknet nl owner info dir

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  • James Baker Pollard from Roanoke Virginia
    Pollard Bro Wood and Iron Works and Liberty Steam Mills co located in Liberty Va The business stationary lists JB Pollard Architect and Builder Manufacturer and dealer in sash blinds doors moldings brackets stair rails newels etc ET Pollard dealer in lift and Force Pumps machines and appliances for supplying towns and public buildings with gas water steam 1886 JB has moved to 115 10 th Street Roanoke Va 1887 JB moved his Mason affiliation to Lakeland Lodge Roanoke Va 1890 ET lives in Richmond Va 1891 ET Pollard assignor to the Ludington Co New Haven Conn was granted a US Patent No 454 593 for a Cigarette Manufacturing Machine Note In 1880 the first cigarette rolling machine was invented by James Albert Bonsack in Roanoke Va 1892 May 24 JB Pollard was granted a US Patent No 475 341 for a Cigarette Manufacturing Machine 1893 July 10 JB Pollard was granted Patent in Canada for his Cigarette Machine International Cigarette Machine Co assignee of James Baker Pollard Canadian Patent 43 554 Cigarette Machine Source The Canadian Patent Office Record and Register of 1894 Volume 21 Issues 1 12 pg 569 1893 Edward Thomas Pollard s Packaging Machine company Sales Pollard Co London was sold to Wills Ltd London England W D H O Wills 1893 JB sold his Cigarette Machine patent rights to his brother ET for the sum of 40 000 1897 Aug 3 J B Pollard was granted a US Patent no 587 604 for a Diving Outfit 1900 James B Pollard is listed in the Roanoke City Directory as a contractor residing at 115 10th St SW His company the J B Pollard Building and Construction Co was located at Pinner s Point Va 1903 Jan 20 JB was granted a US Patent No 718 791

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  • IPA3
    second model of the device of the end of the 1930th years was IPA2 It already had an oxygen dosage mechanism a reducer from the bottle continuous supplied oxygen in the lung Further development of devices of the IPA series and then ISA went on the way of improvement of separate lungs and as a whole the shape of breast oxygen devices didn t change until the second half of the 1950s Before the emersion of the last breast device IDA 57 and the device IPA 3 was used in engineering armies of Armed forces up to the end of the 1940s Easy diving device IPA 2 The device IPA 2 is developed in the mid thirties and has the constructive signs which have remained in the subsequent models namely the reducer providing continuous supply of oxygen through a special dosage device The device equipped with oxygen and an absorber weighs 7 8 kg In water with the filled oxygen in the counterlung the device decreases in weight to 7 kg Also gains positive buoyancy depending on bag filling to 7 kg IPA 2 sizes height 370 mm width 370 mm thickness 120 mm Main parts a respiratory bag b

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  • IPA-2
    model of the device of the end of the 1930th years was IPA2 It already had an oxygen dosage mechanism a reducer from the bottle continuous supplied oxygen in the lung Further development of devices of the IPA series and then ISA went on the way of improvement of separate lungs and as a whole the shape of breast oxygen devices didn t change until the second half of the 1950s Before the emersion of the last breast device IDA 57 and the device IPA 3 was used in engineering armies of Armed forces up to the end of the 1940s Easy diving device IPA 2 The device IPA 2 is developed in the mid thirties and has the constructive signs which have remained in the subsequent models namely the reducer providing continuous supply of oxygen through a special dosage device The device equipped with oxygen and an absorber weighs 7 8 kg In water with the filled oxygen in the counterlung the device decreases in weight to 7 kg Also gains positive buoyancy depending on bag filling to 7 kg IPA 2 sizes height 370 mm width 370 mm thickness 120 mm Main parts a respiratory bag b the

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