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LAMA (France)

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Created in 1976 by the famous Yves Le Masson who has designed and manufactured many rebreathers and the famous LAMA bubble helmet.

LAMA has manufactured three main types of bubble helmet:

Related Book(s)

Book about a BBC TV program where the two divers used a LAMA bublle helmet

Info on the Lama LBS rebreather

LBS 1

First version of the Lockout Breathing System rebreather used for very deep diving from eitheir a diving bell or from a lockout submersible.


This very rare helmet like many others can be seen at the "Musée du Scaphandre" in l'Espalion in France

©copyrights for this object are held by Musée du Scaphandre à l'Espalion http://www.museeduscaphandre.com/

LBS 2

Lockout Breathing System.

Rebreather used for deep diving in the North Sea and to have the diver wears very lightweight backpack containing only a breathing bag, and a CO2 scrubber. It is connected to the bell by an umbilical.

The LBS has the following characteristics:

Info extracted from "Submex : The professional diver's handbook".


Used with Helium.

©copyrights for this object are held by Dominique Breheret

SCANUBA

Semi Closed Automatic Nitrox Underwater Breathing Aparatus aka SCANUBA


SCANUBA rebreather

©copyrights for this object are held by Dominique Breheret