Divator Rescue BC
The DIVATOR Rescue BC is a new buoyancy compensator intended for diving in contaminated water, that is approved as a Combined Buoyancy and Rescue Devices (CBRD) – according to the norm EN12628. It is also approved as a buoyancy compensator according to the norm EN1809.
A combined buoyancy and rescue device (CBRD) is defined as an inflatable device that provides the wearer with a buoyancy compensator that also ensures a head up position at the surface even if the wearer is unconscious.
The materials used in the Rescue BC are all easy to clean and this makes the BC easy to decontaminate if needed. The main material of the BC is polyurethane, which is very durable and resistant to wear.
Furthermore, the Rescue BC absorbs very little water, which allows it to dry very quickly.
It is equipped with MOLLE straps that makes it easy to attach various pouches and accessories. MOLLE is an acronym for "Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment". The MOLLE system is used by a number of armed forces, such as the United States army and British army. The system's modularity is based on rows of heavy-duty webbing stiched onto the BC, allowing attachmen of various MOLLE compatible accessories.
Divator Full Face Mask
The Divator breathing valve is one of the best-tested breathing valves available. It will perform even in the most extreme of conditions: mud, oil, and fast flowing cold currents does not have a serious impact on the performance. The breathing valve is balanced and maintain extremely low breathing resistance at all diving depths even if variations occur in the secondary pressure.
The combination of high air flow capacity and low breathing resistance increases the divers performance and endurance.
In the inhalation channel there is a one-way valve to prevent water from penetrating into the valve mechanism where it could freeze and cause the valve to stick in the open position.
The low volume visor reduces the positive buoyancy generated from air inside the mask and the inner mask design minimizes “dead space” and re-inhalation of CO2.
Divator DP1 Panel
TThe DP1 is the world’s first high pressure surface supply system. The unique design, with a light weight hose that also serves as a safety line, gives the diver excellent maneuverability while still providing the security of surface supply diving.
With the hose weighing in at just 10 % of a traditional low pressure hose, it’s much easier for the diver to handle and less subject to currents. And since the regulator is incorporated with the diver’s equipment, there’s no need for the attendant to manually adjust the pressure – letting the whole team focus on the mission at hand.
The Divator DP1 supply panel has two high-pressure connections, each to be connected to a high pressure supply cylinder or cylinder pack. A shuttle valve makes it possible to change supply cylinders during the operation. The shuttle valve also includes a non-return valve for the supply hose.
Divator Lite pack 326.7
Divator Lite is the first complete cylinder diving system designed specifically for the professional diver. It combines a lightweight full composite cylinder with a balanced and adjustable weight system.
The Divator Lite cylinder system provides new benefits for divers both above and below the surface. Above the surface the diver is very comfortable and can move easily while wearing the cylinder pack with the cylinder weight removed. At any time, the cylinder weight can be attached in a matter of seconds and the diver is ready to enter the water. This increases the readiness of the stand-by diver and reduces back strain in the often extreme surface conditions, such as sand, mud or ice. In addition, the lower weight of the cylinders simplifies transportation of the cylinders, especially when working in small rescue boats.
Below the surface the diver achieves nearly perfect balance when the cylinder weight is attached between the cylinders, at the center of the cylinder’s buoyancy. The low profile of the cylinder pack configuration allows the diver to work with less water resistance in fast-flowing currents. With the cylinder valve facing downward there are no valves or hoses behind the diver's head, greatly reducing snagging hazards. The valve down configuration allows the diver to reach the valve and all hoses even when wearing a restricting dry suit. The handle makes it is to carry the cylinder pack and also acts as protection for the regulator.