for bailout

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  • This may be considered a relatively minor problem if the requirement for bailout gas is considered.
  • The diluent is usually a gas blend that can be used for bailout if necessary.
  • Rebreathers are generally used for scuba applications, but are also occasionally used for bailout systems for surface supplied diving.
  • These can only provide a few breaths and are only suited for bailout from relatively shallow depths and where no decompession stops will be required.
  • Most recreational divers rely on their buddy for bailout gas, and do not carry a redundant gas supply.
  • Rebreather divers also often carry a bailout cylinder if the internal diluent cylinder is too small for safe use for bailout.
  • If the court determines that the covered jurisdiction is eligible for bailout, it will enter a declaratory judgment in the jurisdiction's favor.
  • To maximise safety margins, pony bottles should be filled to their maximum allowable cylinder pressure to provide a maximum reserve for bailout purposes.
  • The procedure for bailout depends on details of the rebreather construction and the bailout equipment chosen by the diver.
  • Air pressure tanks made with the technology of the time could only hold 30 atmospheres, and the diver had to be surface supplied; the tank was for bailout.
  • Use of independent twins for bailout requires the diver to ensure that at all times during the dive both cylinders have sufficient gas remaining to ensure a safe ascent, including any decompression that may be required.
  • If the route of the dive is constrained or can be reliably planned, cylinders for bailout of decompression gas can be dropped along the route at the points where they will be needed on the return or ascent.
  • The oxygen cylinders at the front of the diver are for bailout.
  • Occasionally extreme dive profiles require the use of a rebreather for bailout, and the RB80 can be carried as a back mounted pair, as one back mount and one side mount, or both side mounted for those occasions.
  • Divers who intend to rely on a manifolded twin for bailout should make sure that they are able to isolate the cylinders quickly, as a major leak can drain a set in quite a short time.
  • A continued selling of bonds with a ten-year maturity, which would equal a regain of complete access to the private lending market (and mark the end of the era with need for bailout support), is expected to happen sometime in 2015.
  • Only countries with such rule in their legal code by 1 March 2013 will be eligible to apply for bailout money from the European Stability Mechanism (ESM).
  • The cylinders are normally rigged with open circuit regulators in the standard DIR configuration for bailout, and a supply hose with quick connector on each for the rebreather supply.
  • MOD calculations for SCRs are usually based on the MOD for the full strength supply gas, as this can then be used for bailout at the full planned dive depth, and is the worst case estimate for the toxicity of the loop gas.