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General Rebreather Care and Maintenance - Rebreatherpro-Training

General Rebreather Care and Maintenance

General Rebreather Care and Maintenance Keeping your unit in Tip Top condition. It’s important to keep your rebreather in tip top condition, this... read more »

CCR Aware Safety advice and information for new and prospective CCR divers - Rebreatherpro-Training

CCR Aware Safety advice and information for new and prospective CCR divers

Thinking to get into Rebreather Diving? Then take a minute to watch the video.... read more »

CCR Rebreathers how they work - Rebreatherpro-Training

CCR Rebreathers how they work

A REBREATHER is a breathing apparatus that absorbs the carbon dioxide of a user's exhaled breath to permit the rebreathing (recycling) of the substant... read more »

Why do we use Rebreather?? - Rebreatherpro-Training

Why do we use Rebreather??

A rebreather is a breathing apparatus that absorbs the carbon dioxide of a user's exhaled breath to permit the rebreathing (recycling) of the substant... read more »

Considering rebreather diving - Rebreatherpro-Training

Considering rebreather diving

Re-circulating self­-contained underwater breathing apparatus (rebreathers) are wonderful devices. Once almost exclusively used by the military, sinc... read more »

CO2 Scrubber Duration - Rebreatherpro-Training

CO2 Scrubber Duration

Background How long a CO2 scrubber lasts during a dive depends on many factors. I will mention some of the ways that CO2 can be removed from the breat... read more »

Education and Certification - Rebreatherpro-Training

Education and Certification

Choose Your Instructor Carefully Rebreather training curriculums and standards do not differ significantly between training agencies. They are all try... read more »

Understand Constant Oxygen Partial Pressure - Rebreatherpro-Training

Understand Constant Oxygen Partial Pressure

Always know your PO2 (oxygen partial pressure). However it is simply not enough to ‘always know your PO2’, of greater importance is that you under... read more »

Always use a Predive Checklist - Rebreatherpro-Training

Always use a Predive Checklist

Always use a pre dive checklist, as it will take you through the necessary stages of assembling your equipment and making your pre-breath, without you... read more »

Continue your education - Rebreatherpro-Training

Continue your education

Although you may have completed your training course, this does not mean that you should stop training. It has been proven that it can take as much as... read more »

The History of Rebreathers. - Rebreatherpro-Training

The History of Rebreathers.

1680: Giovanni Borelli conceives the closed circuit rebreather. Believed recirculating air through copper tube cooled by seawater would allow impuriti... read more »

Congratulations to Kevin - Rebreatherpro-Training

Congratulations to Kevin

Congratulations to Kevin who completed his TDI JJ-CCR crossover course this week at Stoney Cove !! Kevin’s CCR journey has been an up and down experience so far, but now I think he has the a rebrea... read more »

Congratulations to Jack, David and Ryan - Rebreatherpro-Training

Congratulations to Jack, David and Ryan

Congratulations to Jack, David and Ryan who completed their TDI Advanced Mixed Gas Hypoxic Trimix course last weekend at NDAC !! Everyone came on leaps and bounds during the course and it was a pleas... read more »

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