Last year, a test dive team went to Lake Baikal to test Mares products and rEvo Rebreathers in a more…
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A diving helmet has played a role on dry land, as well as in the water. Its inventors, brothers John and Charles Deane, patented what they called a “Smoke Helmet” in 1823. It enabled fire fighters to work in smoke-filled areas.
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The Canadian and American governments have issued a recall for a Suunto-built wireless tank pressure transmitter. The wireless tank pressure transmitter and Suunto tank POD have failed during regular dry land pressure testing. There is a risk of injury if it bursts.
WorkSafe New Zealand considers that there are health and safety risks arising from SCUBA and SCBA cylinders manufactured from aluminium alloy 6351, and has withdrawn approval for cylinder designs which used this alloy.
A voluntary product check of select regulators with the ACD yoke systems is being offered by Aqua Lung.
Scubagaskets announce the cooperation, with the leading company in the area of Scuba Lubricants Aerospace Lubricants Inc. Lubricants for open…
They had just anchored their boat at the wreck of the Maple Dawn near Christine Island in the Georgian Bay area. Suddenly, diving the wreck was no longer the priority of Paul Darnbrough and Mike McAllister, both members of the Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association.