Decompression Chambers

  • Decompression Chamber 1
  • Decompression Chamber 2
  • Decompression Chamber 3

Year: 1973
Make: Perry Submarine Builders
Model: 60” Double Lock Decompression Chamber

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Specifications Dimensions
Weight: 7500 lbs
Diameter: 60 Inches
Max Working Pressure: 100 PSI & 150 FDimensions
Length: 13 Feet 9 Inches
Width: 6 Feet
Capacity: 236 Cubic Feet

Decompression Chamber 1 is DNV Certified

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Year: 1979
Make: Dive-Tec Decompression Chamber
Model: 54” Double Lock Decompression Chamber

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Specifications Dimensions
Weight: 7500 lbs
Diameter: 54 Inches
Max Working Pressure: 100 PSI & 150 F
Length: 11 Feet 4 Inches
Width: 5 Feet 6 Inches
Capacity: 179 Cubic Feet

Decompression Chamber 2 is DNV Certified

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Year: 1981
Make: Marine Dynamics Decompression Chamber
Model: 54” Double Lock Decompression Chamber

decompression-chamber3

Specifications Dimensions
Weight: 8 tons
Diameter: 54 Inches
Max Working Pressure: 130 PSI & 150 F
Length: 12 Feet
Width: 6 Feet 3 Inches
Capacity: 2 Divers

Decompression Chamber 3 is DNV Certified

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Fully Containerized – Mobile Double Lock Decompression Chambers

Dominion Diving has three fully containerized, mobile -double lock decompression chambers. These chamber systems are DNV certified and maintained in a state of readiness. The chambers are enclosed within a climate controlled container making them ideal for both hot and cold climates, and are easily transportable for emergency and non emergency response situations. For additional details please contact Shawn MacPhail at Dominion Diving Ltd.

Dominion Diving offers Marine Services throughout Atlantic Canada and Offshore. The company is centrally located in Halifax Harbour, Nova Scotia. For all inquiries please contact us @ 902-434-5120.

  • Saturation vs. Air Diving

A perspective by Robin Lohnes, CEO, Dominion Diving Ltd.

wet-bell350px The demands of the offshore oil and gas industry have driven the advancement of all methods of offshore diving under the restrictive limits of human physiology. Offshore air diving is the traditional method for up to 50 metres of water depth.

Saturation diving is suited for depths of up to 500 metres, thus clearly illustrating a prominent depth advantage to saturation diving. Surface Decompression Air Diving systems are relatively simple in configuration and can be mobilized to a variety of DP2 vessels in a short period of time. Charter rates for

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