Equipment. A rebreather mask has a plastic reservoir bag that saves one-third of a person’s exhaled air, while the rest of the air gets out via side ports covered with a one-way valve. This allows the person to re-breath some of the carbon dioxides, which acts as a way to stimulate breathing.
A single fill of a small gas cylinder or cylinders and CO2 scrubber can last for anywhere from one to six hours, depending on which rebreather it is. Unlike open-circuit scuba, your gas duration on a rebreather is nearly independent of depth, so you could, in theory, spend all that time on the bottom.
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