Evaluation of AGA Divator II Lightweight Umbilical Supplied Enclosed Space Diving System and Unmanned Testing of Widolf DF 400 and Prototype DSI (Diving Systems International) EX0-26 Full Face Masks.

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Title: Evaluation of AGA Divator II Lightweight Umbilical Supplied Enclosed Space Diving System and Unmanned Testing of Widolf DF 400 and Prototype DSI (Diving Systems International) EX0-26 Full Face Masks.
Author: Tarmey, CJ
Abstract: Between August and December 1985 NEDU evaluated the AGA Divator II lightweight enclosed space diving system. Both manned and unmanned tests were conducted. The purpose of this series of tests was to determine the suitability of the AGA to replace the existing lightweight mask (Jack Browne) for diving in enclosed spaces. The Widolf DF-400 and Ryan 26 prototype underwent comparative unmanned tests. (Author)
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URI: http://archive.rubicon-foundation.org/4823
Date: 1986

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