ExoLung Diver-Powered Breathing Apparatus

ExoLung Diver-Powered Breathing Apparatus
The ExoLung underwater breathing apparatus invention draws fresh air from the surface using the swimming motions of the wearer.

Developed with the goal of making underwater exploration simpler and safer, the ExoLung systems includes a floating buoy connected to a hose and a water bell worn by the diver. A collapsible bladder inside the hardshell water bell attaches to the diver’s feet by leg straps, which will cause the bladder to expand and compress to pull in breathable air. The lack of batteries allows ExoLung wearers to keep breathing as long as they keep swimming, while the 16.4-foot hose helps ensure the diver will not travel too deep.

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That might boost also smog-masks in developing countries.
Posted by Uolevi Kattun on December 12, 2019

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