Rapid Response Diving Systems | Scuba Center has been selling quality scuba diving and snorkeling equipment since 1973. You will find a wide selection of Public Safety Diving equipment Eagan, Minnesota location.
Scuba Center is a SAM ( formerly CCR ) registered supplier for the United States Government.  Our customers include: U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Navy, U.S. Federal Government Agencies, Law Enforcement Agencies, Search and Rescue (SAR) Teams, Fire Departments, State and Local Government agencies, Commercial Diving Companies, School Districts, Television and Movie production companies, and many others.
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Rapid Response Diving Systems

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Aqua Lung Rapid Diver Pro | Aqua Lung is the name that first introduced the world to Scuba diving more than 60 years ago when Jacques-Yves Cousteau and Emille Gagnan developed the first "Aqua-Lung". The excitement and adventurous spirit of that first dive continues today and is reflected in Aqua Lung's dedication to quality and innovation. | Authorized Public Safety Dealer Dealer Aqua Lung Rapid Diver Pro | # 769410 | Rapid Diver units are being used in Maritime Security, Marine Patrol, Homeland Security, Public Safety, Fire Rescue and Law Enforcement applications. | Tactical Diving Equipment | Designed and Patented by Christopher De Felice
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Hollis Rapid Emergency Deployment System | Today, Public Safety Divers are demanding specialized product with higher technical features. Answering this request is Hollis; dive gear designed for leading divers. | Hollis Public Safety Buoyancy Compensators Hollis R.E.D.S. | Rapid Emergency Deployment System | BCDs

Zeagle Rapid Response Diving Buoyancy Compensators | Available at Scuba Center in Eagan, Minnesota  Zodiac Code 3 Public Safety Buoyancy Compensator | Available at Scuba Center in Eagan, Minnesota
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While these are excellent reference materials, in no way should this information be considered a replacement for proper training for the specific type of diving in which you plan to participate.