Twin-set Failure Responses

Recently I was asked by BSAC to make some online videos instructing divers in certain skills and techniques, so that they can further their knowledge from home during the Covid19 pandemic.

As such, the first topic I delivered was setting up your twinset which is all about rigging the diving harness, wing and plate for your twinset diving, the second topic was hints and tips on how to reach your twinset valves, the third topic was how to rig your decompression dive stage, and the forth was this one which is how to shutdown a manifolded twinset.

This is a training video for BSAC Twinset diver course on the Twin-set Failure Responses with Isolation Manifold predominantly looking at two scenarios, 1. Identified failed gas supply and 2. Unidentified Gas leakage.

I hope you find it useful and informative, albeit I did find it slightly strange recording a video to myself.

Published by Diving & Mountaineering Instructor

I am a passionate adventurer, loving being in the mountains walking, climbing, scrambling as much as I love being under the water exploring shipwrecks, mines and caverns, or in search of treasure in the depths. I am a Mountain Instructor (MIA), a Winter Mountain Leader, a Scuba Diving Instructor (BSAC, TDI, SDI, IANTD), a skipper for CAT3 waters up to 25mtr and as I’ve built this experience over time, I have written about it and published those works. In addition I am a Chartered Manager with CILT, a member of the institute of Engineering & Technology, a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership & Management and a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. I help people fulfill their goals in the Mountains (Worldwide), Scuba Diving (Worldwide), provide location support worldwide for the media and assist with technical and safety support whenever requested. For a full picture of me please check out my linkedin profile - https://www.linkedin.com/in/marklewisfinstlm

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