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Drying Diving Suits in an Underwater Safety Facility

Photo courtesy of Auxilium Offshore

Posted by Michelle Howard

Auxilium Offshore, specialized in the provision of mission equipment for the international offshore energy and maritime forces sector, signed a contract in March 2017 for the construction of an underwater safety center in Asia.

Within this safety center, several diving activities and subsea emergency procedures will be simulated. Pronomar's drying systems are indispensable to enhance the training conditions. The drying equipment makes sure the diving suits get dried within a short amount of time. By drying the suits from the inside out, the process is most efficient, hygienic and contributes to a higher trainee satisfaction. Furthermore, the costly diving suits benefit from an extended lifespan.

Oct 6, 2017

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