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How does a rebreather work?

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I'd like to know how a rebreather works and where does the air go from the person using it as there don't seem to be any bubbles coming from them.


asked Jul 8, 2015 in Rebreathers by TruckerDon Tadpole Contributer (120 points)

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A rebreather is a scuba device that allows you to breathe your own air over and over again and produce no bubbles.To allow you to rebreathe your air, the device must do the following:

  • Remove your exhaled carbon dioxide.
  • Replace oxygen that you have consumed.
  • Control the oxygen concentration in the breathing loop. 

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answered Feb 4, 2017 by harrymallen Tadpole Contributer (140 points)