demand regulator


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demand regulator

[də′mand ‚reg·yə‚lād·ər]
(engineering)
A component of an open-circuit diving system that permits the diver to expel used air directly into the water without rebreathing exhaled carbon dioxide.
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Individual crew members are supplied with oxygen under the control of a demand regulator which ensures that breathing gas is delivered in response to inhalation demand -- at a slight positive pressure relative to the cabin's.
The pump remains on the surface as it draws in fresh air and compresses it inside a floating reservoir that supplies air to the divers demand regulator.
Tenders are invited for Hydrostatic Testing, Refilling, Testing/ Servicing Of Cylinder Valve , Demand Regulator, Pressure Reducer Valve, Icu & Dsu Of Compressed Air.