Hydro-Therm Theory

January 2013
Journal of Diving History;Winter2013, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p29
Academic Journal
The article discusses the advantages and the main components of the Hydro-Therm wet suit from Marine Contracting. The Hydro-Therm system's three basic components are hot water generator, conducting hose, and hot water diving suit. The Hydro-Therm suit has been considered as a great blessing to mainstream diving after 6,000 hours of underwater use. It was said that the suit could be applied to semi-commercial diving operations such as gold diving, treasure hunting, or underwater film making.


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