Rebreather Diving

Rebreather Diving with Scuba Professionals of Arizona

 

Diving with a CCR (Closed-Circuit Rebreather) means diving without noise and bubbles – a truly unique way to dive when the marine life comes right up to you!

This technology is readily available and easier than you may think with the unit doing most of the work!

Rebreather tanks

​Why Dive with a CCR?

  • Warm, Moist Breathing Gas, No More Cotton Mouth
  • Low Nitrogen Exposures, you virtually have an on board Nitrox mixing station
  • No “LOW ON AIR” Issues
  • Smaller Cylinders
  • Dive Longer, Dive practically as long as you want to
  • Dive Deeper, extra duration helps with decompression stops
  • Silent Diving lets you get closer to the Marine Life
  • Low Environmental Impact
  • No Bubbles
  • Better Pictures / Video
  • Easier Hunting
  • Greater Exploration of the Underwater World
 

​How Does it Work?

The rebreather comes in two basic configurations: constant mix, (fO2) or a constant pressure (dosage or PO2) rebreathers. Both units do similar yet distinctly different functions. The rebreathers will take your exhausted breath which is rich in carbon dioxide, and absorb that gas through a scrubber device. The scrubber canister has an absorbent media, usually soda lime, that absorbs your exhaled gasses. This in turn creates a hydrothermic reaction and the gasses not only get scrubbed of carbon dioxide but become warm and wet. The rebreathers will then re-introduce oxygen enriched gas back into the breathing loop. Imagine bottom times of 2-5 hours or more without ever having to surface for a refill!

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2 Comments

  1. Why dive ccr? Why not? It will not produce many bubbles and it is not noisy. Thus, it won’t destruct living species underwater. That’s why, diving becomes more comfortable and enjoyable.

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