Evaluation of Oxygen Levels Within the Diving Unlimited International (DUI) Passive Thermal Survival System
Test rept. Apr-May 1993
NAVY EXPERIMENTAL DIVING UNIT PANAMA CITY FL
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Various studies have been performed on the Diving Unlimited International passive thermal survival systems. The sample size in all of these studies was Limited to only one or two subjects. Furthermore, oxygen levels within the oral-nasal were generally not addressed. The design characteristics of the DuI system has raised concern that adequate levels of oxygen may not be provided for the diver. The DUI system was tested at 36 fsw simulating the partial pressure of oxygen in a U.S. Navy saturation diving system with fifty subjects to evaluate the trends of oxygen within the oral-nasal mask.
- Hydraulic and Pneumatic Equipment
- Life Support Systems