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Ouroboros Rebreather..... An introduction click here for advanced technical specification

The Ouroboros rebreather is a fully closed circuit, rear mounted counterlung unit. Designed as an electronic control unit will full manual over ride. Advances in Co2 canister design have been incorporated into the unit. A radial scrubber is accompanied by counterlungs and all other sensitive parts in a carbon kevlar case. Electronics finish the unit with a primary wrist mounted display, Heads Up Display (HUD) a rear facing display and a completely redundant passive oxygen display showing true real time pO2 independent of the main electronics. During 2004 the Ouroboros undertook CE testing setting new standards for the development of design, safety and redundancy. This page gives an introduction to the unit, for advanced and technical
specification history and training please use the navigation bar above.


Kevin Gurr with a prototype unit during 2004.
Click on any of the images below to view closer detail of various components of the Ouroboros rebreather.
Front view of rebreather click on this image to find out more
Above; Front of Ouroboros rebreather with accessories
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side view of rebreather
Above; Side view of Ouroboros rebreather.
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Inside the Ouroboros rebreather click to see more
Above; Rear view of Ouroboros rebreather with
rear cover & scrubber unit removed
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The finished back case of the rebreather click to see more
Above; Rear view of Ouroboros rebreather with
rear cover locked into position.
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