They Invent Artificial Lungs That Allow Unlimited Breathing Underwater (VIDEO)

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The Austrian company Exolung, has designed a technology that allows the amateur or even professional user, the possibility of staying underwater as long as you want for a very affordable price.

Run by Porsche veteran engineer Jorg Tragatschnig, the Austrian company Exolung has revolutionized the world of shallow water diving forever.

Thus, in Exolung they have designed a technology that allows the amateur or even professional user, the possibility of staying underwater as long as they want for a very accessible price.

Although at the moment it is only a prototype in its last phase of development, the amazing invention has not gone unnoticed by lovers of this sport and promises to give much more to talk about.

Exolung is an underwater breathing device that has been created to provide divers with an unlimited supply of air. Maintaining the flow continuously while swimming, this artificial lung translates the diver’s movements and converts them into air.

This device is a shallow diving system, since it needs a floating buoy that will remain at all times on the surface to provide air to the divers.

A hose of 5 to 7 meters in length will be responsible for connecting the buoy with the artificial lung that divers will wear as a backpack in the front of the torso.

Inside the rigid body of the lung is a collapsible air chamber, attached to the diver’s legs by means of a system of adjustable straps. It works by extending the legs, fresh air descends from the surface through the tube and remains lodged in the lung.

When the legs are retracted, that air can be inhaled. For this reason it will be difficult to coordinate at first, but it will not be complicated once it is practiced frequently.

This is how the device turns the diver into the energy source, creating an “endless” air supply, provided the diver stops swimming.

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Unlike tank-based systems, exolung does not imply an additional cost of recharging and is very easy to maintain. Like a snorkel kit, it only needs to be cleaned after being used.

The device is very light (3.5 kg) and compact (40x30x20 cm), making it a portable, flexible and functional option. Likewise, the designers anticipate that it will go on the market with an approximate price of € 300.

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Source: La Verdad Noticias