The Professional Diver's Handbook
The aim of this Handbook, produced by John Bevan, is to provide an introduction to operational tasks procedures, equipment and instrumentation together with associated technical and safety information. It is not a diving manual and does not teach you how to dive.
The Handbook is divided into 15 chapters:
Navigation and Buoyage (colour)
Cylinder Identification (colour)
Concrete Blemishes (colour)
and the Sea
Emphasis is on safety and illustration. Basic safety information is provided throughout the book in grey-shaded panels.
Building on the success of the first edition, this, the second edition of The Professional Diver's Handbook has become a standard reference book for divers and underwater engineers.
19cm x 26.5cm x 2cm
(7.5 x 10.5 x5/8th inches)
UK - £44
Europe - £49
Elsewhere - £57
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