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Open Safety Equipment Ltd: dedicated to providing the safest rebreathers on the planet



Open Safety is opening its world class dive equipment test laboratory, as a service for customers buying Open Safety chambers or breathing machines. Facilities include humidity controlled environmental conditioning -70C to +130C, temperature controlled pressure chamber in Super Duplex stainless steel 1m x 1.2m internally & 700m depth rated, a bank of the latest iBreathe MkIV breathing machines, hydrostatic test chamber, magnetic ranging facility including large Zero gauss chamber and idealisation, chemical laboratory and metrology laboratory.

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April 2024
UDT London
The Incursion rebreathers and our diver head up displays are being exhibited around the globe in 2024, with the season starting with UDT London. To find the nearest exhibition to you, contact our sales team.
November 2021
Commericial Diving Rebreather at Bergen Conference
Open Safety exhibited its commercial diving rebreather at the Bergen biennial dive conference in November 2021: this is the only rebreather ever to achieve CE approval for primary use in commercial diving, and the only commercial dive system to achieve a functional safety certification (in this case, to the demanding level of SIL 3). The rebreather is being relaunched for support of offshore wind farms and for TUP diving.
January 2020
Commando Incursion Rebreather Instructor Training
Commando instructors completed training at the deep pool facility, Jakarta, followed by a week of advanced training on Indonesian islands.  Course was led by Open Safety's former Chief Clearance Diver instructor.
December 2019
United Kingdom
Special Forces Incursion Rebreather Instructor Training
Chief Instructors from Special Forces were trained on the Incursion CMR rebreather, followed up by training courses in their home country for 20 divers.
May 2019
UDT Stockholm
Specialist Session Speaker: Dr. Alex Deas on Functional Safety in Diving
The contribution Functional Safety has been making to military diving in Asia has been ignored in Europe.  Single faults are often catastrophic in systems currently deployed, when alternatives that tolerate three levels of failure are available at a lower lifetime cost.  Examples are given of rebreather systems, gas switches, and electronics.  Adopting these in Europe would be a step improvement to dive safety. This talk was given by Open Safety's CEO, the recognised authority in the field of dive functional safety compliance.
December 2017
Sports customers: our occasional newsletter
Covering the activities of some of our customers on our sports range of product and general information. Click here or on the image on the left to access the pdf.