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Learning how operate a closed circuit rebreather in Houston

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The future of technical diving is the closed circuit rebreather closed circuit. These machines are your gateway into a whole different type of silent and special diving. This unit removes CO2 and recycles gas in a closed loop. As a result, divers get to enjoy silence, bubble-less diving and unique interaction with the marine life. In addition to the fun and the silence, rebreathers allow us to stay underwater for very longer period of time. Two hour dives are not uncommon on a closed circuit rebreather. In order to enjoy the CCRs safely students are required to go though extremely specialized training.- Start learning how to dive a technical closed circuit rebreather in Houston Texas.

Prism 2- Closed circuit rebreather 

Hollis Prism 2 is a fully closed technical rebreather system.The unit is ideal for the exploration of caves, deep oceans or shipwrecks. This unit can be both manually and electronically operated. The Hollis Prism 2 is comes with a radial scrubber and over the shoulders counter lungs. This cutting edge design allows the diver the enjoy the extreme ease of breathing. The Prism 2 is ready to dive out of the box. It includes, backplate, harness , wings, sensors, primary controller and a HUD. What will you learn?

 

  • How does a CCR work
  • Set up of technical equipment
  • Basic maintenance of a CCR unit
  • Decompression procedures
  • Plan decompression dives

To enroll in the class candidate must be:

  • Nitrox diver
  • 18 years of age
  • Rescue diver
  • PADI deep diver or show a proof of at least 10 dives deeper than 100feet (30 meters)
  • Have at least 50 logged dives

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