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  • Fotos Heeresatmer
    thank you to Bernd for his very nice additional pictures to both the heeresatmer and the modell 138 You should take the effort to check his homepage at http www rebreathers de Also a big thank you for all those

    Original URL path: http://www.therebreathersite.nl/Zuurstofrebreathers/German/photos_heeresatmer.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • 1930 The Salvage of SS L
    to show how these pioneers dived with oxygen rebreathers to the wreck of the Egypt Mr Daigneault used some of Lee Bishop s pictures for a background Mr Lee Bishop kindly allowed me to put these pictures available for you Lee Bishop actually dived the wreck in the 2001 expedition Check for his real fantastic foto s here http www deepimage co uk wrecks egypt egypt mainpages egypt mainpage htm

    Original URL path: http://www.therebreathersite.nl/12_Atmospheric%20Diving%20Suits/1930%20SS%20Egypt%20Artiglio/1930_Artiglio_Egypt.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Lodner Darvontis Phillips
    and the great attention for the safety of the diver Since it is suspected that diving suits could not reach depths much deeper than 30 40 meter the construction with the bail out balloon seems plausible Finally Phillips is an inventor who had much knowledge of buoyancy systems since he designed various submarines that were factually built You can read or study the complete patent 15898 here Literature There is a fantastic book written by Patricia A Gruse Harris called Great Lakes First Submarine L D Phillips Fool Killer copyright 1982 library of congress Number 82 073727 U S Patent 9389 Submarine U S Patent 15898 Atmospheric diving suit U S Patent 16021 Trowel U S Patent 16450 Hose coupling U S Patent 60053 Buttons Making machine A special thanks to Patricia A Gruse Harris for her kind cooperation and hard work collecting all data about Phillips All pictures information or other information related to Lodner Darvontis Phillips is most welcome added 26 6 2009 this article from the Cleveland Plain dealer Charles Daigneault s ART WORK Dear Mr Bech It has been a long time indeed but as promised I have prepared a new 3d model for therebreathersite nl historic A D S section so attached you will find some images of the Lodner Philips rig I must confess I chose Mr Lodner Philips design because I thought at first it would be an easy assignment after all what is difficult in a cylinder with arms and legs boy was I ever wrong What was supposed to be an easy model turned into a long term research project and an incursion into Mr Philips imaginative mind I could not be content with a simple reproduction of the patent drawings I asked myself what if they did really built it In a leap of imagination I wondered how would this design turn out if a late Victorian top of the line craftsman had picked up Mr Philips patent and actually built a working prototype using 19 th century boiler and steam engine technology I got engrossed in the idea and started modeling what might have been Mr Philips was a precursor his design had some features that are still in use today in state of the art underwater technology like thrusters high intensity lighting inflatable lift bags communication apparatus and manipulator arms Unfortunately he seems to have lost interest in the middle of his design process and rushed to finish his drawings leaving numerous details vague abset or unexplained Also I had to face the same challenges he did to design a practical a d s While in the process I realised the numerous technical difficulties that needed to be overcome for such a design to become maybe a workable diving machine instead of being a gruesome death trap Some failings became immediately evident the most obvious being because the shell is basically an empty cylinder it would never had been able to submerge it would simply have flipped on

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  • Photos Modell 1910
    with permission thanks to D Johnson of Mining Artifacts Picture published with permission thanks to D Johnson of Mining Artifacts This photo was taken in 1914 at one of the Calumet Hecla Copper mines at Calumet Michigan Photos by Mr Demaline Thanks for contributing to my web courtesy DSM 1917 Staatsmijn Wilhelmina Netherlands courtesy DSM 1917 Staatsmijn Wilhelmina Netherlands courtesy DSM 1917 Staatsmijn Wilhelmina Netherlands The next two pictures I

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  • Boot 2011 Düsseldorf Germany
    Touch systems Check out there website here http innovasub com divephone video html prototype GNOM from Slovakia designs miniature ROV s These beauties really dive and dive deep Website http www gnom rov com The robotarm is operated by an electric actuator Trimixnet presented there new rebreather The new ECCR is distributed by TDI SDI Tom Jaspers The unit is equipped with Laguna research electronics en controllers Website is not online but will be soon 26 01 2011 Submatix showed there new Quantum rebreather and SPX 42 controller http www submatix com Earlier version with controller New Quantum SPX42 computer Heinrichs Weikamp develloped a line open source computers and showed there new pO2 monitor details here http www heinrichsweikamp net Absolute tech systems introduced different back mounted wings and counterlungs thanks Paul http www ats diving com This American company designed a special trolley for divers with heavy gear http smartgearusa com From Switserland SF drysuits presented there fantastic KEVLAR suits This incredible strong suits look perfect for wreckdivers http www sftech ch site index php They trust there customers so much they even allow you to dress the boss her wife see website Santi displayed there new gear including

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  • Life Support Systems
    dive in 4 degree water However data suggests that as a method of specifying canister duration a single hourly rate independent of primarily depth and gas density is insufficient and a range of diving parameter curves may be better employed to specify a unit s duration In other words in order to assess a rebreather s suitability for one type of diving over another it would seem appropriate to test a unit at a range of depths with at least air and trimix heliox as gases To provide a safety margin water temperature and CO 2 generation rate should remain constant Oxygen control syste m This can be a mechanical or an electronically controlled device Which ever is chosen it is important that the control of the oxygen level is maintained within certain limits If decompression is to be conducted using tables or a fixed PO 2 dive computer the limits must be accurately maintained Rapid excursions to and from depth must also not generate excessively low or high PO 2 s Ideally any such limits reached should generate an alarm as it cannot be relied upon that the diver will notice especially in a multi tasking situation Some rebreather designs due to high flow rates within the oxygen circuit can generate massive PO 2 spikes sufficient to cause convulsions in a short space of time if left unchecked this is an undesirable design feature should an addition valve fail Within the CE and most Navy tests is a PO 2 tracking control test as well as an upper and lower limit test after rapid depth changes With units employing a constant minimum feed of oxygen which is supplemented by the diver this minimum should not generate the upper or lower test limits specified Myths In addition to and as a result of the above there is the issue of diver abuse in particular with canister duration rules This mainly occurs because of a lack of understanding and information Common myths seem to be If I use all my canister duration I can just scrape the top off the absorbent and add a bit and get more time When I have used up all the time on the absorbent I can just dry it out and use it again As long as I fill a canister and seal it I can use the absorbent anytime in the future If I partly use a canister I can seal it and use the rest at anytime and get the same duration If I fully use a canister I can leave it 24 hours to recover and then get more time I can use my canister at any depth and get the same duration I can use my rebreather with any gas and get the same duration I can use my canister in any water temperature and get the same duration If I run out of absorbent time underwater I will get a small headache and have time to deal with it All

    Original URL path: http://www.therebreathersite.nl/01_Informative/LSS_Kevin_Gurr/LSS.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Theoman Naskali T1 rebreather
    have any problems I have used it for 45 minutes but that i think is the very maximum you can use it The water filter form factor is standard so i can replace it with a 2 or 3 kg version as well if needed This part is not too clear in the images but it is the blue thing with the transparent housing attached to it I guesstimate that the rebreather would have acceptable work of breathing for me down to 30m if it were not for the scrubber CL s The CL s are neoprene that contain about 2 5L of volume each The neoprene is coated with camouflage fabric on one side and is naked on the other The plastic attachment parts are kept in place by compression using the plastic nut Then a stainless steel T piece is fitted on A piece of hose is used to bring up the diameter of the T piece ends on some places The inhale counter lung has a Sitech valve attached to it where the O2 is injected This would have been the diluent injection port and O2 would be injected from a kiss type valve assembled from parts from McMaster Carr The CL s are clipped to the back of the plate with clips and to the waist where normally the Y crotch strap would attach Hoses The hoses of the T1 are actually bellows to protect some sort of piston from dirt These are standard industrial parts They are very flexible but the grooves in the corrugations could be a little too deep if one were to have a flood with it But the T1 has never had a flood The blueish hoses that are normally used for dirty water in bathrooms in the picture while diving

    Original URL path: http://www.therebreathersite.nl/06_Homebuilders/Teoman_Naskali/Teoman_Naskali.html (2016-05-02)
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