REBREATHERS are becoming more and more popular in recreational diving, and offer a fantastic experience.
ANDI has been involved in rebreather technology from the moment that rebreathers were introduced in the recreational market, and was aware of the advantages right from the beginning.
Because of this, ANDI is able to offer training on many units available in the market, CCR (Completely Closed Rebreather) and SCR (Semi Closed Rebreather). CCR is becoming more popular every day now, and for those who are not yet familiar with rebreathers we list only a few advantages below:
* Less weight comparing with technical sets in open circuit
* Plenty of gas, the CCR is much, much more efficient then Open Circuit,
no gas is spilt, so you can dive longer.
* Extremely low cost on dive gas. Extreme savings when diving Tri Mix
* No bubbles, so perfect when taking pictures or movies
(fish will not immediately swim away from you like they do with noisy open circuit)
* You are breathing a gas that is warm and moist. (OC is cold and very dry)
* You are breathing optimal breathing gas all the time at each depth
The last two in this list are an important advantage looking at decompression, and there is much more.
Rebreather diving expensive? Have you ever calculated what you spent on your Open Circuit equipment?
There are many things to tell about rebreathers and diving (flying) the rebreather, and we would like to invite you to visit an ANDI facility or ANDI rebreather instructor for more information on rebreathers and training.
The high ANDI training standards provide very good records concerning accidents:
world wide there has never been a fatality during ANDI courses so far.
ANDI currently offers training and certifies on the following units
JJ CCR (L3 and up)
rEvo mCCR / hCCR
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