[NEW] Rebreather Dive Tables

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NEW! Rebreather Dive Tables

Consolidated Constant Partial Pressure Dive Table (two sided, waterproof)



Consolidated Nitrox Dive Tables (two sided, waterproof)


Do you dive a rebreather? Would you like an easy way to plan your dives, and a contingency planning tool should your dive computer fail? Then the new Consolidated Partial Pressure Dive Tables (CPDT) may be just what you are looking for!

The CPDT is designed to be used with mixed gas closed circuit rebreathers that maintain a constant partial pressure of oxygen (set point) throughout the dive. They are an integrated set of nine different dive tables providing information for a range of set points from 0.7 to 1.4 atm plus air dives, all contained on a single double-sided sheet of waterproof plastic designed to fit into any BC, wetsuit, or drysuit pocket.  

The dive tables are based on the U.S. Navy dive tables (2008 revision), and include four primary charts. Three of the charts are the same as those on the USN tables, providing information on repetitive letter groups, surface interval times, and residual nitrogen times. A fourth chart has been added on each side of the tables, which provides equivalent air depths (EADs) for each set point. This allows easy entry into the tables without the need for involved arithmetic.

The tables also help you in other ways. Maximum operating depths (MODs) based on depth-set point combinations that yield a hypoxic mix are highlighted in red. Oxygen clock information for %CNS from the NOAA values and oxygen tolerance units (OTUs) based on the REPEX method are listed as well.

These revolutionary dive tables are available exclusively from Best Publishing Company and our affiliated distributors. 



Mastering Rebreathers + D1222

Order by July 3rd at midnight to take advantage of this special offer! Receive one softcover copy of Mastering Rebreathers by Jeffrey Bozanic + one copy of each of the consolidated dive tables.

ONLY $64.99

A value of $85.00!

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"Rebreathers and the Recreational Diver" by Jeffrey Bozanic, Ph.D.

In this free article, Bozanic discusses how advances in rebreather technology have improved training, made them less costly, and significantly increased the ease of preparation, cleaning, and use. But rebreathers are still more expensive, more complex, and demand a greater degree of attention to detail than OC scuba. So why would a recreational diver consider a rebreather for his/her personal diving? READ MORE...



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AWARD WINNING TITLE now available from Best Publishing Company!

Deco for Divers won the 2010 title of most significance at EuroTek 2010 and won the 2014 "Media Award" at TEKDiveUSA.

Deco for Divers provides a comprehensive overview of the principles underlying decompression theory and physiology. Mark Powell has written a Mark-PowellMark Powell, Authorbook that for the first time allows the average diver to fully understand the principles behind this fascinating and critical aspect of diving. Deco for Divers bridges the gap between introductory books and specialist scientific journals and is suitable for new as well as highly experienced divers. ORDER NOW! 



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NOAA Diving Manual, 5th Edition

Used by divers everywhere, the NOAA Diving Manual 5th Edition is the most comprehensive resource for learning about dive equipment, dive planning, decompression, and emergency medical care of an injured diver. Chapters also include more advanced concepts such as physics and physiology, mixed gas diving, surface-supplied diving, saturation diving, and the list goes on.

Need a textbook for your next course? Use this manual!

The manual is the perfect resource for scientific divers, commercial, military, public safety, recreational divers, and dive leaders! ORDER NOW!




The Tao of Survival Underwater: Exploration and Mixed Gas Diving Encyclopedia
by Tom Mount, D.Sc, Ph.D., N.D. and Joseph Dituri, M.S., Vice President and Co-Owner of IANTD

This technical diving guide looks at the diver from a wholistic perspective, covering the technical, physiological, and psychological aspects of diving, as well as decompression strategies and models. ORDER NOW!





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North Palm Beach, FL 33408
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Website: www.bestpub.com
Phone: 561.776.6066
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