Navy Rebreathing System Requires Less Helium

The U.S. Office of Naval Research (ONR) has developed a prototype helmet and rebreathing system that will reduce the amount of helium used by Navy divers underwater. One of the project’s goals is to lessen the service’s reliance on helium, a key component of rebreathing systems that has become...

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