Rebreather Resources

  • Rebreather Resource Centre

    Manuals, brochures, updates & useful links

    Our resource centre below is constantly updated with the latest information, PDFs, instruction manuals and links to useful rebreather community resources.

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VIDEOS

 

BUILT BY DIVERS. FOR DIVERS.

The Factory Tour - May 2018

STAGE CCR TRAINING - AURA 2018

The regional technical commission AURA of the French Federation - FFESSM - organised its first training of AP-Diving CCR Instructors on 20th-28th October 2018. 

This training was under the supervision of Jean-Pierre Montseny. Location: Lake Annecy  (Haute-Savoie) 

Today the AURA region has 6 new instructors for the AP Diving CCR with air diluent. A good place to start for CCR diver training in France...

Video by Jean Pierre Montseny:

TRAINING VIDEOS

In-house Instruction by the AP team

Compass Calibration

How To: Calibrate the Compass for 2020VISION Handsets V.07+

April 2018 

CCR  AWARE

Safety advice and information for new and prospective CCR divers

GENERAL INTEREST

Rebreather Forum 3 Presentations

The Rebreather Forum 3 (RF3) was in session May 2012, in Orlando, Florida. RF3 addressed the major issues surrounding rebreather technology and its application in commercial, media, military, scientific, sport and technical diving. More useful presentations can be found here: http://www.rf30.org/presentation/

BSAC  Conference 2016

Thoughtful Management of Decompression Stress
An excellent presentation by Dr Neal Pollock at the 2016 British Sub Aqua Club Dive Conference.

INCIDENT ANALYSIS

Diving Diseases Research Centre (DDRC) Healthcare - Plymouth, UK

This video made by SKY news shows real footage of an incident where a rebreather diver suffers from Carbon Dioxide poisoning. The video takes the viewer through the incident, explaining how it came about and the lessons that can be learnt. Whilst the video is primarily aimed at rebreather divers, there are issues such as bail-out gas consumption, team size and rescue that may be useful to all divers.