Do you know what is diving BC (buoyancy compensator), diving jacket, diving gauges, diving weight belts, underwater markers, Diving Buoys, Diving Reel, and DSMBS? If not - come and get some interesting information about diving equipment.
Unlike fish, humans have no natural way to adjust their buoyancy, or floating ability, when underwater. Divers wear a buoyancy compensator – diving BC – a diving jacket that can be filled and emptied of air - to control their buoyancy underwater and at the surface.
To stay within safe time and depth limits and avoid running out of air, you must carry instruments (different types of consoles) that monitor your air consumption, time underwater, and depth.
When diving, your suit, BC, and even your own body all add to your buoyancy. There are many Scuba Diving Weight Belts for carrying the lead ballast used to offset this, and they can be tailored to the environment you will be exploring. Comfort and ease of use should be a consideration.
Underwater markers may be used either during a whole dive or just before you ascend, to let those at the surface or on the shore know where you are, and also to aid your ascent. These diving buoys offer a sense of security for both diver and surface cover, and aid safe recovery.