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Rebreather and Technical Open Circuit Training

The Rebreather Zone, based in Dortmund Germany offers high quality rebreather (CCR) training and technical open circuit scuba training.  With training available on 7 different brands of rebreathers, look to us for expert ccr training.  We offer recreational rebreather training, technical ccr training, and ccr cave certifications.  In addition to our ccr training, we also teach IANTD and PADI technical open circuit scuba courses.  While we're based in Germany, our training is offered in various other countries including Egypt.

We offer diving not only in North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW), but also in other federal states and beyond.


The Rebreathers

We offer training on the following rebreather brands from either IANTD or PADI click the icons for more details:

Megalodon Rebreathers from ISC

The Meg 15 may be integrated with several types of electronic systems, scrubber sizes and types, gas supply cylinders, harness and BC assemblies. The ISC Megalodon 15 CCR or more fondly called “The Meg 15” is a CCR system that has been embraced by divers of all skill levels around the world. With its versatility of design, it can be configured to meet any level of diving and keep pace with the divers skill levels.

The Meg 15 or Megalodon rebreather from ISC is a great technical diving rebreather, and I offer many courses with this type of unit.

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AP Inspiration Rebreathers

The Inspiration Rebreather started the CCR revolution over 15 years ago and the Inspiration XPD is based on the original spec – the larger unit with a longer duration scrubber and 3 litre cylinders - ideal for deeper, longer duration diving or a series of shorter repeat dives. The Inspiration XPD is the expedition divers rebreather of choice.

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JJ-CCR Rebreathers

The JJ-CCR has a robust construction with minimalistic detail work. It gives the diver a versatile rebreather, still very easy to handle as well as to deal with before and after operations. It is a rebreather built by divers and diving engineers.

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Poseidon Rebreathers

Designed, built and tested to perform in all conditions, the POSEIDON SE7EN is the next generation rebreather. Safety, performance, ease of use and desirability are combined to enable divers of all abilities to experience the underwater world without compromise.

On the Se7en rebreather, I teach both recreational and technical courses.  I also offer recreational rebreather training on the Poseidon Mk6

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The SF2 Rebreather is a fully Electronic Closed Circuit Rebreather (ECCR) system with manufacturer produced and supported backmount and sidemount versions as well as agency endorsed back and sidemount training programs.
The flexibility of having two separate and easily convertible systems reduces planning and equipment considerations for mission specific tasks.
The SF2 Rebreather is produced in Germany and has been available to the European market for some time.

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Kiss Rebreathers

KISS Rebreathers is located in Fort Smith, Arkansas.  They have been building and designing rebreathers since 1995, with the first units being sold in 1999.

The company philosophy of keeping it simple is applied to all products designed and built by KISS Rebreathers. The most reliable machines are those that are straightforward, easy to use and easy to repair, regardless of what function they are meant to perform.  When designing a machine that is meant to go underwater and that will be used as life support equipment, KISS Rebreathers feels that it is especially important to follow the keep it simple philosophy.

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Lungfish Rebreather

Smaller and lighter than competitive rebreathers, the Lungfish compact rebreather is also lighter and far less awkward than most traditional scuba gear and can be easily configured in a variety of ways to meet any dive (and travel) needs.

Lungfish Dive Systems was founded in 2008 by Dr Daniel Reynolds to commercialize advanced closed-circuit rebreather systems that solve many of the complications and risks associated with traditional rebreathers.

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