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HCU-ER Hyperbaric Conditioning Unit – External Regeneration

INTRODUCTION

Within a Saturation Diving Complex it is necessary to condition the internal atmosphere to maintain a habitable environment. This is achieved by the use of a Habitat Conditioning Unit (HCU) which extracts the gaseous atmosphere, dehumidifies it, removes CO2 and reheats the gas on its return to the chamber complex.

Conditioning units are commonly installed within the chamber, inconveniencing the divers with the continuous hum of the blower and the need to frequently change out chemical absorbent. External Regeneration (ER) systems provide increased diver comfort and effective use of support personnel.

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