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BUOYANCY COMPENSATOR
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Definitions

  1. A buoyancy compensator (also commonly referred to as a buoyancy control device, BC or BCD) is an integral aspect of a diver's equipment.
  2. A buoyancy compensator is a bag that inflates and deflates depending upon your buoyancy requirements.
  3. A buoyancy compensator is also used as part of your scuba gear.
  4. The buoyancy compensator is a convenience product that has unfortunately replaced the diver's safety vest. (Web site)
  5. The BC, or buoyancy compensator is used to float the diver and equipment on the surface and allows for adjusting for neutral buoyancy at depth.

Pockets Built-In

  1. BCD Integrated weights: are stored in pockets built-in to the buoyancy compensator.

Supply

  1. A buoyancy compensator will have an inflation source separate from the breathing gas supply. (Web site)
  2. They supply gas to the diving suit and the buoyancy compensator inflation valves. (Web site)

Everyone

  1. Comfort. That is what everyone wants in a Buoyancy Compensator.

Scuba Diver

  1. The buoyancy compensator according to the present invention relates to a vest 12 shown mounted on the shoulders of a scuba diver. (Web site)

Scuba Divers

  1. Scuba divers have two main components of "compressible buoyancy"; namely, the buoyancy compensator, and the thermal protection suit. (Web site)

Air

  1. Bladder The inner air cell of a buoyancy compensator, which holds the amount of air used to provide proper buoyancy.

Second Stage

  1. This type of second stage is used in buoyancy compensator inflation valves and in rebreather loop inflation valves. (Web site)

Diver

  1. They are carried "side slung", clipped singly on either side of the diver to the backplate and wing or buoyancy compensator, rather than on the back. (Web site)

Dry Suit

  1. B - Buoyancy Test and demonstrate how each buoyancy device, such as a buoyancy compensator or dry suit is inflated or vented. (Web site)

Divers

  1. Other divers wear both knives on their legs or mount the back up knife to their buoyancy compensator. (Web site)

Buoyancy

  1. Under water sheer weight is of less consequence than buoyancy, which a diver can address by a buoyancy compensator ("BC") vest.
  2. Working alongside (or with some designs, inside) the buoyancy compensator are weights that counteract the buoyancy.

Bcd

  1. A buoyancy compensator (BC) or buoyancy compensating device (BCD) is a jacket that helps divers maintain neutral buoyancy during a dive.
  2. To control buoyancy, divers use a buoyancy control device (BCD), which is also called a buoyancy compensator (BC), and lead weights. (Web site)
  3. He puffs. He blows up his buoyancy compensator (BCD). I sit across from my diver and patiently wait as he prepares to enter the water.

Drysuit

  1. If a drysuit is worn, it too must be equalized by inflation and deflation, similar to a buoyancy compensator.

Buoyancy Compensator

  1. The diver uses a button or lever or knob to blow gas or air into a device, such as buoyancy compensator s, drysuit s, and many rebreather s. (Web site)
  2. Inflator valve The valve on a buoyancy compensator where a low pressure hose from the second stage can be used for inflation.
  3. Wing A back mounted buoyancy compensator popularized by cave divers and later used by many technical divers.

Categories

  1. Drysuit
  2. Neutral Buoyancy
  3. Bcd
  4. Cave Divers
  5. Technical Divers
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