Time： 2018-06-12 09:24:49
Do you think that diving tools are unwieldy and hard to carry with each dive? Do you want to enjoy a light and exciting diving experience? If you have the above ideas, this cool diving mask should be quite suitable for you to love diving. With this diving mask, you can easily dive without an oxygen tank! So how does this mask work? First, it can absorb water into the mask and extract oxygen from the water in the processing chamber. Its method of use is also extremely simple. The user only needs to bite the plastic sheet that supplies the oxygen.
Terry has the shape of a fishing rod on both sides of the mask, which functions to extract oxygen from the water. Its filter lines are so thin that even water molecules cannot pass through. The mask's oxygen microprocessor is powered by a physically small plastic battery. Although the battery is small in size, it has a hundred times faster charging capability than an ordinary battery. The whole system of the mask is very simple and compact, and divers can use it completely instead of bulky diving equipment. The designer's inspiration comes from the 007 series of movies.
So far, Terry's face mask research and development is still in the stage of concept only, but it should soon enter the market. It will be of great help to deep sea research. Terry's face mask is not the first attempt made by people to achieve underwater breathing. Before the inventors tried to create a stable and effective underwater breathing apparatus. There are successes and failures in these attempts.
Here's a brief introduction: Above is the design of the Israeli inventor Allan Lazha-Berdner without oxygen bottle underwater breathing apparatus. The working principle of this device is to transfer the sucked water to the separator on the back of the diver. The separator separates the oxygen for the diver to breathe. The second hole above is to exclude the separated waste water. The key to understanding these devices is that they do not use electricity to separate oxygen from water, which is also an important reason for the bulky equipment. The figure above is another underwater ventilator called spare air equipment. This equipment is smaller than traditional diving equipment and is easy to use. Just hold it in your hand.