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Commercial Diving Inside Methane Reactor

 
Footage of commercial divers as they descend into a methane reactor. The liquid surrounding the divers is approximately 95 degrees fahrenheit, and the divers can only stay submerged for a limited amount of time as prolonged exposure at that temperature can cause heat stroke. No one said this was an easy job!
 
 

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posted 10/15/2015 in Commercial Diving, Helpful Tips

Tags: Commercial diving, methane reactor, heat stroke


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